Compare courses
Register
Singapore Management University

The Lead Programme on Effective Teams

This course has no confirmed dates in the future. Subscribe to be notified when it is offered.

Relevant courses

Course format
Starting after
Ending before

Disclaimer

Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with Singapore Management University.

Full disclaimer.

Description

Leaders are increasingly expected to leverage various stakeholders, to engage with them, to remain aware of the business pace, and to deal with diverse strengths and of their teams. Using these key elements integral to the role played by leaders, SMU Executive Development has crafted the LEAD programme for high-potential teams.

In a team, each individual is expected to display numerous leadership qualities. The capacity for great leadership is innate to some extent. At SMU Executive Development, we do believe, however, that becoming an effective leaders is within every individual’s DNA, be it a team or an organisation, whether someone reports to you or not. Leaders are increasingly expected to leverage various stakeholders, to engage with them, to remain aware of the business pace, and to deal with diverse strengths and of their teams. Using these key elements integral to the role played by leaders, SMU Executive Development has crafted the LEAD programme for high-potential teams (L- everage / E- ngage / A – ware / D – iverse).

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Take charge, embrace wider responsibilities
  • Be aware of the disruptions in the business, succeed as an individual member and contribute as a team player for organisational effectiveness
  • Experience simulations, frameworks, exercises,
  • self-assessments and live interactions across 2 days
  • Discover the ingredients of successful team leadership

Programme Schedule

The 2 days of inputs during the LEAD Programme will aid the participants to become better team players and contribute to group harmony and organisational effectiveness.

Who should attend

  • Managers, team leaders and other staff with leadership responsibilities;
  • Project coordinators that need to mobilize people not under their direct management;
  • High potential staff that may help to mobilize the team.

Files

Detailed Description
Detailed Description
Show more