This programme enables participants to identify different approaches to their strategic challenges and also to plan for long term results and impact. It focuses on three core impact areas – Values-Driven Leadership, Strategy and Change, and makes continual links between these three.
The Values-Driven Leadership module helps participants to reflect on their personal approach to leadership. Through a 360° assessment using Kouzes and Posner’s Leadership Practices (LPI) model, participants will identify what their organisation needs from them now and in the future both individually and as a team of ethical leaders.
The Strategy module introduces key tools to enable participants to determine a clear strategic direction and answer key questions about what their organisations should be doing, and not doing.
The Change module empowers participants to plan, lead and communicate change effectively.
This programme is designed for leaders who develop strategies and lead change programmes at an organisation or team level. For participants who are new to senior roles it will help them work at a strategic rather than operational level. For experienced senior staff it provides tools and approaches to reflect on their own practice and to develop their performance and impact.
For those interested in developing their individual leadership skills in more depth, see the Transformational Leadership programme.
Graham Ritzhie, Head of Policy and Advocacy, WSPA
Noreen Lockhart, Head of Corporate Planning, CAFOD
Zoe Smith, Marketing Project Manager, Macmillan
This programme is particularly suited to working with senior leadership teams. Our senior =mc consultants take a facilitative approach to enable you to:
This workshop style programme can be delivered as a two-day programme, or as a series of short workshops. The structure allows for:
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