Leadership Development Programme

National University of Singapore

How long?

  • 5 days
  • in person

National University of Singapore

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Who should attend

High-impact leaders and senior managers who need to successfully develop their leadership abilities to manage teams and drive performance while moving into a broader, more strategic role in their organisations.

About the course

Master Yourself, Inspire Performance

The Leadership Development Programme is designed to help leaders and senior managers advance their leadership skills and build their capacity to lead successful change.

Through robust leadership frameworks and exercises, you will gain insight into the mindset of high performance leaders, and learn to tap into your own strengths to influence and lead with impact. You will explore different facets of leadership, such as how to inspire and motivate teams, build commitment and manage resistance to change.

Executive Leadership Coaching

Before your arrival, you will be required to complete a 360-degree leadership assessment and a behaviour profiling questionnaire. During the programme, a professional facilitator will work individually with you and in a small group to interpret the results and provide a personalised reflective experience. The facilitator will also assist you in designing an action plan to become a more effective leader.

Core Focus

  • What makes a leader?
  • Managing self, influencing others
  • Behaving as a leader
  • Negotiation and influence
  • Leading change

Key Benefits

  • Discover the evolving role of leaders and the impact of different leadership styles
  • Develop new ways to negotiate and build influence in the workplace
  • Understand the nature of human decision-making and what it takes to make effective team decisions
  • Learn to coach, inspire and motivate others to achieve higher levels of performance and commitment to strategic goals
  • Lead effectively in challenging circumstances arising from change

Experts

Glenn J Nosworthy

Employee Selection Systems Candidate/employee Reactions To Hr Practices Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Goal Setting Ph.D., Psychology, Queen's University, Canada, 1993 M.A., Psychology, Queen's University, Canada, 1987 B.A., Psychology, McMaster University, Canada, 1984 Adjunct Associate Pr...

Vivien Lim

Doctor Vivien Lim is the Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of Management and Organization at National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School. She obtained her PhD in Organisational Behaviour from the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently Editor-in-Chief of Applied Psychology...

Audrey Chia

Audrey is Associate Professor of Management & Organization, NUS Business School. She holds a joint appointment at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at the National University of Singapore. Using leadership and change as theoretical foundations, she studies how social and health proble...

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Leadership Development Programme at National University of Singapore

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