Short Course: Governance And Public Sector Management
Course Title: Enhancing Leadership Effectiveness
Venue: Kampala, UGANDA
Learning Duration: 2 weeks
Starting: 18 Sep 2017 Ending: 29 Sep 2017
Fees: 1500 USD
Payment Details: to cover tuition and training materials only.
Effective leadership is essential for performance of both the public and private sector. It is an important factor for realizing goals and objectives. Leadership transforms potential into reality. Leaders are a key human resource cadre in any organisation. In the current world companies are competing on the basis of what they offer, but they also compete by how they satisfy human needs and manage the means of what they produce and offer to their clients. Good leaders empower employees so that together they can deliver quality products and services. Effective leaders align their personal values and beliefs with those of their business and insubordinate their interests and wishes to the common good. They build committed employees who in turn contribute towards achievement of organisational goals. They nurture an environment of mutual trust to foster higher employee performance, exceptional customer service that leads to greater business results. Great leaders create opportunities and communicate effectively with their followers. This is the programme through which you will learn about leadership roles, values, principles, behaviours and best practices that set the premise for leadership effective.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
Decipher the strategic link between effective leadership and organisational success;
Apply transformative leadership values in achieving organisational results;
Enhance the talents of subordinates and followers;
Build and lead effective work-teams;
Adopt and apply appropriate leadership approaches in varying scenarios;
Foster the development of high performance cultures.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This programme is beneficial to middle and senior level officers in the public sector, and middle and senior managers in the private sector.
The concept and types of leadership;
Leadership & management practices compared;
Values-Based and Principle-Centred leadership;
Enhancing Subordinates' commitment to strategies and plans;