Management Acceleration Programme
Move into management. Become a leader.
You have been working for a few years. You have done well. You aspire for more. Maybe you want to increase your ability and confidence to take the next step in your stride. Or maybe you want some space and inspiration to figure out what step to take next. In either case, the Management Acceleration Programme is for you.
The Management Acceleration Programme will enhance your ability to manage with competence and lead with purpose. It is specifically conceived for high-performing functional experts who are about, or have recently begun, to manage people - formally or informally. It will help you navigate that landmark career transition and strengthen your foundations for long-term success.
It will broaden your general business knowledge, deepen your competence in key functional disciplines and expand your leadership and management skills through coaching. Framed by the crucial concept of Value-Based Management, you learn how to create – and capture – value while forging a community with international like-minded high potentials.
On your return to the office you will be ready to make a difference and take on broader responsibilities.
- Become a more competent and confident manager with new insights, knowledge and skills
- Enhance your ability to lead mindfully, effectively and responsibly with or without formal authority
- Learn how to stay focused on creating value and grounded in long-term purpose
- Develop clear aims and plans for your ongoing personal and professional development
- Join a community of international high potentials that will support you long after the programme
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