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University of Stellenbosch Business School

New Managers’ Development Programme (NMDP)

Jul 9—Aug 14, 2019
6 days
Gaborone, Botswana
BWP 21650 ≈USD 2029
BWP 3608 per day
Jul 22—26, 2019
5 days
Cape Town, South Africa
ZAR 26070 ≈USD 1818
ZAR 5214 per day
Aug 5—9, 2019
5 days
Windhoek, Namibia
NAD 20650 ≈USD 1441
NAD 4130 per day
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The NMDP focuses on developing a participant’s skills and knowledge by enhancing their management and leadership competencies. It equips them with the confidence and the capabilities to respond effectively to current and future business challenges.

What does it cover

Managerial skills coupled with self-awareness, enhanced people management, leadership and team skills equips new managers to face various situations with confidence.

The ability to manage information overload, track and manage productivity and communicate shared goals, priorities and values effectively are also essential skills required by new managers.

Who should attend

Supervisors, team leaders and persons aspiring to be managers or taking on first time management roles.


Fredelene Elie is a faculty member of USB-ED, psychologist, business and neuro-leadership coach, external facilitator, consultant and lecturer. Her fields of interest are neuro-leadership; working with teams; personal mastery; emotional, cultural and relationship intelligence; and strategic manag...
Hans Kuilman began his career in 1976 as an Industrial Engineer at ISCOR before moving to Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC). He has been a Production Manager at Coalequip and General Manager of AECI. He began consulting in 1982 for EMS before becoming a full-time Consultant in 2001. Areas of exper...
Richard is a leading business professional with more than 17 years experience in various businesses – 13 of them in the financial services industry. At the age of 26 he was Chief Financial Officer of FNB Corporate for a period of 5 years and then spent six years as Chief Operating Officer of FNB’...


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