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Leadership Fundamentals: Hosted by International Visiting Executives (1-Day Program)
May 22, 2018 @ 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
+254 (0) 777 236517
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Leadership isn’t defined by the job title. It’s about developing the perspective, skills and personal style to get results that matter.
Individual contributors — whether seasoned or just growing into their role — often lead project teams, serve as key role models in the organization, are influential team members and part of the future leadership pipeline.
Delivered by highly qualified international management executives, this interactive program helps participants identify and develop their own personal leadership brand that will enable them to work more effectively on project teams, succeed in larger, more complex assignments and meet strategic objectives.
By the end of this program participants will have:
— An increased understanding of the essentials of effective leadership.
— A better understanding of their leadership strengths and weaknesses.
— Explored different approaches to leadership and reflected on their how to incorporate those ideas that work best for them.
Welcome and introduction to the day
What is leadership
Effective vs ineffective leadership
Importance of context.
Flexing your style to fit the person and situation.
Management essentials (key building blocks of effective leadership).
Understanding team dynamics
The team formation process
Assessing the individual team members.
Habits of highly effective leaders.
Action planning and next steps.
This training course held in Nairobi, will give you the tools and confidence you need to prepare for your next career move. By the end of the course you will:
All concepts are applicable across different industries and cultures.
The learning is experiential – sharing of best practice concepts with the opportunity to apply to real scenarios.
Participants can expect to walk away with an action plan in which they have incorporated the concepts most applicable to their own operating style.