"Leadership is based on inspiration, not domination; on cooperation, not intimidation." William Arthur Ward.
Are you inspired to empower others? Do want to be able to translate visions into reality? CTS College offers a New Leadership short course that aims to help you fulfil your Leader-ship potential. Call us now to sign up for the New Leadership, Understanding and exploring yourself through others.
This course aims to maximise the leadership potential in participants. This course will provide an environment that is engaging, collaborative and supportive for all learner types. At the end of this course participants would feel energised and empowered to take their leadership skills to the next level, challenging them through practical and theory based examples. This course would broaden your leadership scope and encourage you to think globally while reflecting on your own leadership philosophy and facilitating purposeful change.
The approach to this seminar would be highly interactive and personal as leadership stems from a deeper understanding of oneself. Participants can expect a combination of role playing, group activities, individual contributions as well as theory in lecture format. An important aspect of this short course is your ability to reflect, engage and collaborate with others in an attempt to explore individual leadership potential.
Who should attend?
This course targets the following persons:
Senior managers and executives who would like to further enhance their leadership potential through reflective practice.
Persons in supervisory positions who are preparing for management positions.
Managers who wish to foster learning environments for staff which is collaborative, thus facilitating high performance and effective leadership for staff.
Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:
Acquire a better understanding of one's individual leadership style while exploring multiple leadership styles;
Use theories of management and leadership to analyse a specific organisation.
Understand how leaders provide vision and empowerment for organisations and individuals;
Apply the knowledge and skills learnt to enhance performance and personal well-being;
Outline ethics and standards in corporate/public life;
Understand 'the reflective performer': self-appraisal and setting targets.
Changing Nature of Leadership
Leadership Models (Relational)
Understanding yourself & Others
Leading with Integrity and Moral purpose
Interacting in Teams and Groups
Understanding Complex organisations
Strategies for change
Developing a Leadership Identity
Mind body and Soul of a Leader
Exams and Assessments
The course combines a number of teaching techniques including lectures, class discussions, group work assignments, oral presentations, role playing, and a course project that will utilize many of the principles learned.
Each student will be required to deliver oral presentations as part of this class.
5:30pm to 8:30pm
18 Contact Hours (6 x 3Hr Sessions)
Wednesday 15th March 2017
Wednesday 19th April 2017
Wednesday 5th July 2017
Wednesday 9th August 2017
Wednesday 13th September 2017
Wednesday 18th October 2017
Wednesday 8th November 2017
Wednesday 13th December 2017
Ms. Terriann Humphrey
Terriann Humphrey is diverse in her academic achievement as she is in her life experiences. Having studied locally as well as internationally including US, UK and Canada, her understanding of people and appreciation of diverse cultures have helped Terriann succeed in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. Terriann studies include Education, Leadership, Hospitality and Management, having completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in the US, an MBA from Australia and a MA from the UK. Terriann has over 10 years in the education industry as a facilitator and course advisor and she has successfully designed and implemented courses that are being taught as part of an undergraduate business degree programme. Ms. Humphrey is an Independent Educator, Event, Leadership and Management Consultant. Her goal is to enrich and contribute to the development of leaders as she has experienced in her academic, work and other life experiences.
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