TARGET AUDIENCE: Top two tiers of Organizational Leadership. ie. Chief Executive and his direct reports
This program provides opportunities for leveraging best practices in Organizational Leadership and developing sound leadership skills. This a flagship VIPCG program, led by international trainers and specialists in Strategic Leadership, and Leadership Behaviour.
The primary charge of an organizational leader is to provide direction and ensure that the mandate or mission of the organization is being achieved. As simple and straight forward as this sounds, there is over-whelming evidence that a large number of top leaders fail and the majority of top leaders are mediocre performers at best. There is no natural born Strategic Leaders. It is a skill and an art that has to be learned.
- Strengthen ability to provide strategic leadership
- Increase ability to navigate leadership challenges in the role
- Develop sound leadership skills to tackle organizational challenges
After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Have a greater understanding of the organization’s strategic context and the ability to align with and contribute to it as the top leader
- Proactively challenge the status quo and identify needed change and mobilize the organization to change and anticipate, capitalize on and drive changes.
- Create innovative partnerships that span the enterprise and reach beyond its walls.
- Become a genuine team player and effective influencer of others to get things done through shared leadership
- Transform the organization for significantly improved results while systematically influencing development of talent across the enterprise
| DAY ONE Introduction to Strategic Leadership |
Leadership Assessment Debrief
|DAY TWO Understanding Organizational Leadership|
Understanding Organizational Images
|DAY THREE Leading Change Developing|
The Organization and Its People
Personality and Leadership Behavior
|DAY FOUR Building High Performing teams |
Effective Team Leadership
| DAY FIVE Understanding Personality and Leadership Behavior |
Building a Personal Development Plan in Light of New Learning