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European School of Management and Technology

Leading People and Teams

★★★★★4.5 • 2 reviews
Nov 12—15, 2019
4 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 5300 ≈USD 5831
EUR 1325 per day
May 5—8, 2020
4 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 4900 ≈USD 5391
EUR 1225 per day
Nov 3—6, 2020
4 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 5300 ≈USD 5831
EUR 1325 per day
+2 more options

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Description

A leadership laboratory dedicated to the why and how of behavior in organizations.

Leading People and Teams (LPT) is a practice oriented leadership laboratory dealing with the why and how of behavior in organizations. The English language program’s experiment-based structure will help participants investigate their own behavioral patterns in business situations and sharpen their awareness about their effectiveness in dealing with others.

Participants will receive input regarding their leadership styles and behaviors through a pre-program 360-degree feedback and debriefing during the course. Participants’ individual learning experiences will be supported by group executive coaching and post-program follow-ups.

As a German language alternative we recommend the program „Führung von Mitarbeitern“ (FvM).

Key benefits

  • gain a clear sense of the mindset, competences, and behaviors needed to be effective leaders
  • learn how to capitalize on and leverage strengths and weaknesses, as well as those of employees, peers, and superiors.
  • enhance emotional intelligence, learn influencing strategies, and discover the satisfaction that comes from a thriving leadership role
  • post-program follow-up coaching support

Key topics

  • Empowering individuals and teams
  • Creating a compelling leadership vision
  • Coalition­building and influence tactics
  • Developing effective informal networks
  • Leadership coaching

Who should attend

Executives with experience in leading employees and teams who intend to increase their effectiveness in reaching organizational goals through people.

Experts

Gianluca is an associate professor (with tenure) of organizational behavior who joined ESMT Berlin in 2016. Previously he was an associate professor of organization and management at the University of Lugano and an assistant professor at Bocconi University. He holds a PhD in Social and Behavioral...
Andreas Bernhardt is executive development advisor and lead coach at ESMT Berlin in Germany, founding member of ESMT's Center for Leadership Development Research, and manages ESMT's pool of executive coaches. He has over 20 years of practical leadership development experience with executives from...
Francis de Véricourt is a professor of management science at ESMT European School of Management and Technology. From August 2010 until August 2013 he was on leave at INSEAD, where he was an associate professor of technology and operations management and the Paul Dubrule Chaired Professor of Susta...

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Nov 12—15, 2019
4 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 5300 ≈USD 5831
EUR 1325 per day
May 5—8, 2020
4 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 4900 ≈USD 5391
EUR 1225 per day
Nov 3—6, 2020
4 days
Berlin, Germany
EUR 5300 ≈USD 5831
EUR 1325 per day
+2 more options

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Course reviews

Angel F, Operations Executive from Spain 2012
★★★★4.2
Course quality: good
Instructors: good
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): very good
Primary takeaway: Good experience with the role plays, very interesting to challenge different scenarios when leading people
Things to improve: More international background of the coaches, professors
Industry:Airlines/Aviation
Course participant from Poland
★★★★★4.8
Course quality: very good
Instructors: excellent
Other (e.g. materials, infrastructure): excellent
Primary takeaway: Network plus new point of view on managing my team
Things to improve: The only way of improving it would be to extend the course. One week was to short.
Industry:Real Estate