Situational Management

Developing a flexible style of management

A manager who is aware of his employees’ strengths and talks about these purposefully will boost his success over the long term, achieve better results with teams and promote mutual understanding.



This training course will develope your own style of leadership further and improve your ability to identify different patterns of behaviour and make good use of them; you will learn how to deal with practically every common managerial situation occurring at work by analysing people's different strength profiles and making advantageous use of them.

Target Group

This training course is intended for managers who have already taken part in other management training courses run by PROAKTIV® or in its full-scale training programme “Licence to Lead”.


If you are already familiar with management tools and now want to enhance the skills you have, then this is the right course for you. Over three days of training that are built on one another, we will  practise using  the  key tools  of  management  and  employ  the  LIFO®  concept  to identify people’s strengths in the  process.  The first step entails ascertaining your own LIFO®  strength profile in order to understand how you personally behave as a manager. This will reveal your own behaviour patterns and therefore makes it possible to explain and talk about them. Having done that, you will learn how to recognise the individual strength profiles of your employees based on their own behaviour patterns. Building on this knowledge, we will help you practise dealing with the kind of managerial situations you usually encounter at work. You will also learn how to make use of your personal strengths in the process. This will give you more confidence in your daily work as a manager, enabling you to employ each management tool appropriately and effectively when interacting with your staff.

For more information and personal advice simply call or email us:  

+852 3975 8152

  • Putting the LIFO® concept into practice
  • Developing your own strength profile
  • Making flexible use of your strengths as a manager while taking your employees’ profiles into account
  • Recognising which style of leadership people prefer
  • Employing the LIFO® method in a planned management process
  • Employing various styles of management to match the situation at hand
  • Gaining more confidence in situational management:
           + having a talk about mutual expectations 
           + showing your recognition of employees’ work by praising it
           + having a talk with employees to give them constructive feedback
           + making decisions known to employees