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This comprehensive 3-day programme has been designed to expand your perspectives on managing change. You will learn new concepts and practices that help you optimise business processes to enable higher performance.
The programme will introduce you to case studies and interactive exercises to demonstrate how to leverage change to lead your people.
Date & Venue
TBD | ISB, Hyderabad Campus
2,10,000 + 18% GST
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When do human beings perform at their best?
Overcoming implicit biases
Building a culture of high performance
Making change happen
Leadership for the millennial constituency
Putting purpose back into the business
Creating an inclusive climate
Who should attend?
This program is designed for senior managers and team leaders seeking the knowledge to lead people for high- performance and change. Program participants may include mid-level executives, managers, directors, and VPs from across industries and functions.
Transferring your learning through your team and into the wider organisation
Leveraging your leadership role to instil confidence and maximise impact across the organisation
Develop a culture of innovation, effectively lead change and manage complexity to drive organisational growth
Greater self and situational awareness
An understanding of your leadership purpose
Ability to pick up weak signals of change and disruption
Understanding team and group behaviour
Tools for making change happen
Developing your leadership presence through your conversations, actions and behaviours
is a Senior Associate Professor at the University of Cambridge, UK, and teaches executive programs at Duke CE. He is the author of several books including “The Social Leader: Redefining Leadership for the Complex Social Age”. His new book, “Rehumanizing Leadership:” will be available in January 2020.