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Sustainable Leadership for Organizational Performance

Overview:

Introduction:

This training program focuses on sustainable leadership principles aimed at enhancing organizational performance. Through a combination of theoretical concepts and practical applications, participants learn to implement sustainable leadership practices that promote long-term success.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • List the key competencies of sustainable leaders.

  • Describe ways of engaging with and identifying stakeholders.

  • Understand the importance of creativity and innovation.

  • Describe communication barriers and ways to overcome them.

  • List ways to accurately solve problems and make decisions.

Targeted Audience:

  • Managers.

  • Team Leaders.

  • Senior Executives.

  • Professionals who need to understand and adjust their style and approach toward managing and leading others.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Sustainable Leadership & the Triple Bottom Line:

  • What is a sustainable leader?

  • Key Competencies of sustainable leaders.

  • PPP - the triple bottom line: people, planet, profit.

  • Behaviors of sustainable leaders.

  • Engaging with and identifying stakeholders.

Unit 2:

Responsibility & the New Normal:

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

  • Cultural Differences with CSR.

  • Leading by example.

  • Employer-supported volunteering (ESV).

  • Leadership following Covid-19.

Unit 3:

Communication Skills for Sustainable Leaders:

  • Identifying and removing the main barriers to communication.

  • Developing your Emotional Intelligence (EI).

  • Active listening skills and asking the right questions.

  • SOLER Technique for interviewing and meetings.

  • Future Leaders – Generational Differences.

Unit 4:

Mastering Problem-Solving & Decision Making:

  • Identify the cause(s) of a problem (CATWOE, repetitive why).

  • Using cause-and-effect analysis.

  • Organise, analyze and prioritize ideas (affinity diagram & PMI).

  • The science of making the decision (Vroom-Jago Decision Model).

  • Using force-field analysis to implement decisions.

Unit 5:

Creativity, Innovation, and Your Career:

  • Understanding creativity.

  • The Science of Innovation.

  • Disruptive innovation.

  • Your career – using the B-SWOT tool.

  • Your personal development plan.

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