The world’s leading authority on change and leading change, Harvard Business Professor John Kotter, has studied change and the impact it has on organisations in all sectors for more than thirty years. In 2010 Professor Kotter stated that change has become volatile, because change in the world is happening faster than the change in organisations and individuals. He states, “We cannot afford to function today with yesterday’s knowledge. The only way to stay ahead in today’s fast-paced world is through lifelong learning”.
This course provides the necessary knowledge to stay ahead without keeping an individual out of the office and business arena for extended periods of time.
The programme focus on developing leaners in their capacity to lead their respective teams in their work environment by developing their skills and knowledge regarding as addressed through the four modules, which can be taken in any specific order.
8 days – 2 days per module spread over 6 months
MSA Competency based short learning programme
Anybody currently in a managerial position or aspiring to become a manager
The Leadership Development Programme for Managers consists of 4 modules, which can also be taken as stand-alone modules.
Two thirds of one’s success is determined by the emotional rather than cognitive intelligence, EQ rather than IQ. This means that our ability to work with, understand and mobilise people has become much more important in today’s business environment than ever before. Working successfully with others is tantamount to working towards great results.
Typical leadership and management strategies are outdated, having been developed for the industrial revolution, however many leaders and managers still employ these outdated methods. This workshop will assist learners to develop a new paradigm for leadership and management within a coaching framework that will empower the employees of their organisation.
There are many major differences between groups and teams. Very few groups become teams, because their leaders or managers do not know how to build teams. Great managers build teams. Research also shows that teams are much more productive than groups.
The best way to develop talent is through managing performance. Most business literature now talks about the ‘war on talent’. This war has also spread internationally over the last ten years, seeking good, efficient talent. This programme will provide learners with strategic advantage in future. How one develops and hold on to one’s talent will determine one’s success as an organisation.