The maturity model is also known as "situational leadership". The participants learn to lead employees in a way that corresponds to their individual situation. Four different leadership styles are discussed: instructive, guiding, participative, and delegating. They also learn how to assess the respective maturity level of an employee.
Managers who are coming up against their limitations with regard to the motivation and performance of their team; young managers who want to and are expected to apply the concept of maturity levels in practice
Being able to apply the model "leading by maturity level"/"situational leadership" in everyday management practice
Recognizing what "maturity level" the employees are at
Adjusting leadership methods to your staff's maturity level
Getting staff members with fading motivation back on board
Protecting motivated but inexperienced employees against excessive demands
Giving highly motivated employees freedoms without losing sight of the goals