Leadership that builds value

  • Course level: All Levels


No other factor has more impact on the success of an organization than the way it is led both strategically and operationally. Value-creating leadership ensures that the organization delivers on its mission, goals, strategy and is truly productive.

This course allows participants to learn more about value-creating best practices. Through case studies, feedback, and the latest research findings, this program will allow you to explore different situations that will help you as a leader measure your own leadership style towards effectiveness. Designed specifically for senior leaders, this richly educational course will strengthen your leadership skills in terms of creating value and supporting the success of your organization. The participant will learn the different components of leadership, including the role of the leader, how to lead leaders, how to turn risk into opportunity, and new approaches to corporate governance. This executive course is based on the latest thinking in modern industry and will help leaders make a difference.

What Will I Learn?

  • Understand the role of the leader in a modern business environment
  • Understand when to take responsibility, when to partner, and when to stay out of trouble
  • Understand why leadership is important
  • Know the approaches, methods and techniques to effectively lad a winning organization.

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Course Agenda?

Day 1: Day 2

Material Includes

  • Each participant will receive a free copy of The Boards That Lead: When to Take Charge, When to Partner and When to Stay Out of the Way by Harvard Business Review Press Ram Charan, Dennis Carey, Micheal Useem
  • Business dinner with local businessmen
  • Sightseeing tour of Niagara Falls.
  • General Information
  • Five nights' accommodation included in the cost of the course
  • Student manual containing more than 50 pages of information and practical examples
  • A CPD (Continuing Professional Development) certificate of participation

Target Audience

  • General Managers
  • Directors
  • Current and potential managers
  • Senior Managers
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