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Duke Corporate Education

Making Sense of Complexity

Apr 20—22, 2020
3 days
Sandton, South Africa
ZAR 22425 ≈USD 1475
ZAR 7475 per day

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Description

Making Sense of Complexity highlights the complex nature of today’s work and shows why we need new approaches. This course serves as an introduction and touch point to the rest of ASEP.

You will practice using a number of models, all geared towards helping them understand the effects of complexity on our working environments, teams, projects and how we operate as individuals. Work in teams on simulations will help you apply new mindsets, tool sets, and skill sets in unique and innovative ways in order to navigate complex environments.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn how to recognize, diagnose and respond appropriately to complex environments and situations in a highly interactive course setting.
  • Rewire how you think and reconfigure what you do in iterative cycles of problem solving.
Alberta School of Business

Leading in Complexity

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Feb 25—26, 2020
2 days
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
CAD 700 ≈USD 526
CAD 350 per day

Description

Getting results in today’s complex, interconnected environment, full of competing interests and objectives is difficult. No longer does the model of a single, heroic leader, going it alone to achieve results single-handedly work. Getting results in today's environment requires leadership that enables collaboration, sense-making, and strong alliances in order to create large-scale change and move industry and stakeholders forward. In this course, you will learn how to develop a collaboration and alliance mindset in yourself and your team, how to proactively engage and catalyze networks, how to lead using a collaborative approach with both internal and external stakeholders, and how to engage stakeholders in a sustainable way to create systemic change. This program helps senior Government leaders reframe what successful leadership looks like by providing them with the tools and skills to get results through collaborative relationships and alliances.

Topics Covered

  • How to lead within complex systems
  • How to create and lead effective partnerships and alliances
  • Building your internal capacity to develop and engage networks, partnerships, and alliances
  • Building collaborative partnerships based on trust and mutual interest