Management and Leadership skills

Management and Leadership skills

 

Date: (5-9/Feb) (21-25/May) (27-31/Aug) (24-28/Dec)

Location: Kuala Lumpur – London – Istanbul – Dubai

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Course Overview

Introduction:

Developing leadership skills is more than learning to be a good manager. Great leadership is first and foremost an “inside job”. Before we can lead others with influence and confidence, we must first find the inner qualities and strengths to lead ourselves with conviction. Leadership from this perspective is a manifestation of our unique personal power, purpose and vision.

 

Program Objectives:

  • View leadership from a new and higher-level perspective
  • Discover and analyze your leadership style and tendencies
  • Grow in personal power and effectiveness
  • Discover and build upon your intrinsic leadership qualities
  • Understand, develop and employ the emotional forces within you
  • Develop the critical interpersonal skills essential for leading others
  • Build a culture that promotes innovation & creativity
  • Become familiar with different styles of thinking and identify your personal preferences
  • Develop creativity for transformational leadership
  • Learn how to find out what you don’t know—and solve the real problem
  • Challenge existing approaches to workplace issues
  • Develop flexible creative and well-motivated teams

 

Who Should Attend?

This course will mainly benefit to purchasing managers, senior buyers, project managers, civil engineers, construction managers, contractors, sub-contractors, site engineers, senior management, and government agencies, architects, construction professionals, and anyone responsible for purchasing at a senior level who seeks to enhance their skills further.

 

Program Outline:

DAY 1

The Strategic Planning Process

  • Achieving competitive advantage by developing flexibility
  • Intelligence gathering for SWOT analysis
  • Formulating strategy and managing change

DAY 2

The Strategic Planning Process

  • Mission statement, preparing for the future
  • Market analysis and contingency planning
  • Transforming the organisation; strategy implementation and monitoring

DAY 3

Assessing Current State of the Organization

  • Leadership and strategic planning with customer and market focus
  • Measurement, analysis and knowledge management
  • Human resources and process management for business results

DAY 4

Avoiding the Pitfalls of Strategic Planning

  • Lack of vision, captured by the past or lured into complacency by success
  • Inability to evaluate fresh ideas, denying the truth and thinking inside the box
  • Strategic drift

DAY 5

Personal Strategic Planning

  • Personal goal setting, creating a personal strategic plan
  • Developing inspiration and gathering support
  • Overcoming adversity by leveraging your skills and building on success