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Management Accelerator Programme

We believe that experiential, practical, and interactive learning approach is the best way to mould a potential leader. If you see you self climbing up the leadership ladder, this is the ideal programme to accelerate your growth.

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Course Structure

Programme overview - Learning outcomes
The programme is composed of four three-day modules that build on each other to enable participants to quickly acquire the required skills to be effective in their new positions. We strive in providing you with the best.

Programme structure
The main objectives of this programme is to provide all the essential tools to managers to be more effective as individuals and team leaders. It will help participants to enhance the required
competencies and skills to:

  • Transit smoothly to a position with more responsibility.
  • Be impactful in their new role more quickly.
  • Manage themselves and team members effectively.
  • Become a confident communicator and negotiator.
  • Embrace a mind-set that is focused on solving problems proactively and, when appropriate, creatively.


Target Audience

  • Technical heads who are going to take up roles in management position ( Engineering, Operations,Finance, Supply Chain).
  • Team leaders who are going to be BU heads or managers. 
  • Newly appointed senior managers, senior executives who would take up management positions.

Schedule

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