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Leading Teams for Emerging Leaders

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Leading Teams for Emerging Leaders: Participant Experience l LBS

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Sep 15—20
6 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 8100 ≈USD 10451
GBP 1350 per day
Nov 17—21
5 days
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
USD 9000
USD 1800 per day

Description

Unlock your innate power and find out what you’re really capable of.

Benefits for you

  • Transition from individual contributor to inspirational leader.
  • Develop a toolkit of practical skills to give feedback, negotiate, deal with conflict and plan projects.
  • Get the best results from your teams; personal professional coaches show you how.
  • Explore your leadership style and understand your strengths and weaknesses with psychometric profiling.
  • Become part of a global network of emerging leaders from a broad range of industries who are on the same journey.
  • Benefit from one-to-one coaching.
  • Learn how to inspire and engage diverse groups of people to make an immediate impact back at your company.

Benefits for your organisation

  • Watch your organisational performance and business results improve through stronger team leadership.
  • Develop a pipeline of effective leaders.
  • Witness teams function more effectively due to increased levels of engagement and better job satisfaction.
  • Increase your business productivity through more efficient and coherent teamwork.

What you learn

Three key themes run through the programme, each developing a vital set of skills needed to lead teams successfully:

  • Leadership: Undergo a personality assessment for unique insight into your leadership style and the effect your approach may have on others.
  • Teams: Learn about the behaviours that build a collaborative and supportive team environment and develop your social awareness to successfully manage conflict.
  • Delivering results: Build a skillset to get results through others; achieve this through project planning, negotiation, coaching, influencing and action planning.

How you learn

  • Our globally-acclaimed faculty arm you with a toolkit for the real-world, giving you instantly applicable skills to face challenges now.
  • Gain from our faculty’s industry experience and expertise to make your leadership transition as smooth and successful as possible.
  • Hands-on learning beyond the classroom on our Pit Stop Challenge at Silverstone shows you how teams can work under pressure.
  • Immerse yourself in team simulations to put your learning into immediate action for instant results.

Your learning experience

  • Before you start, you complete the NEO PI-R personality assessment to help build your self-awareness.
  • Develop your social awareness skills and self-knowledge throughout the programme.
  • A combination of theory and practice embeds learning and makes it impactful.
  • Exposure to unique UK businesses – like the home of British Motor Racing – where you apply team theory in a fast-paced learning environment.
  • Learn from top management scholars, such as Niro Sivanathan who shares his award-winning research on psychology of the self and decision-making.

Who should attend

  • High-potential individuals in a, or about to take up their first, leadership role with some (usually less than five years) managerial experience.
  • People with decision-making responsibilities, but with limited experience of managing people.
  • Individuals who wish to adjust their leadership style.

Experts

Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour BA (Queen’s), MSc (Queen’s), PhD (Northwestern) Dr Niro Sivanathan’s research and teaching have received international recognition. His research explores how the psychology of the self – specifically our motivation to maintain the integrity of the...
Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour PhD (University of California, Berkeley); BA (University of California) Dr Margaret Ormiston teaches courses on leadership and leading teams on the MBA, EMBA, MiF, PhD, and Executive Education programmes –as Assistant Professor of Organisational B...

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