Duration: 2 weeks
Dates: 23 March to 3 April 2020
Dates: 28 September to 9 October 2020
Tuition fees: £3,940 (excl. VAT)
About the workshop
This workshop is in two modular weeks which can be attended as separate modules or combined to gain a more comprehensive understanding of how to lead and manage to gain results. Organisations need leaders and managers, and the skills of managing are essential for providing services to the public and for building the human capital to deliver an efficient and effective organisation fit for today and the future.
What the workshop will cover
The workshop is designed to develop your self- awareness and your personal impact, enhancing your understanding of strategic leadership and management in public service policy and delivery. Both workshops are participative and will include briefings and discussions, practical management skills, models and tools to help you turn plans into action and enhance your personal effectiveness.
Week one will focus on developing the leadership capability needed for making a positive impact on the performance of your team.
Week two will equip you with a suite of advanced skills in management and what those skills mean for people managing others to deliver a transformed public sector.
How participants will benefit
Week one will enable you to develop the personal leadership capability, tackle existing and future strategic challenges, review and implement plans to increase leadership capability, enhance public service delivery and grow and develop your international leadership network and share good practice. Week two will enable you to develop the personal management skills to make an impact and contribute to the future of your public service, tackle existing and future people management issues, develop self-awareness and increase your personal impact, review and implement plans to increase management capability in your organisation, recognise the approaches you can use and changes you can implement to enhance public service delivery and grow and develop your international network and share good practice.