Overview

A 2 day module held at venues across the UK.

Strategic management is the formulation and implementation of the major goals and initiatives taken by an organisation’s top management on behalf of bosses, based on consideration of resources and an assessment of the internal and external environments in which the organisation competes. It is the continuous planning, monitoring, analysis and assessment of all that is necessary for an organisation to meet its goals and objectives. As such, it is an essential ingredient for all leaders or those who aspire to successfully lead an organisation.

This course reflects current practice in Strategic Management and Leadership and allows delegates to develop and expand their high-level understanding of Strategic Management and Leadership in the workplace. Delegates will engage in a range of group and individual workshop activities where role play, scenario setting, thought leadership activity and didactic learning will take place. The focus on experiential learning will allow them to develop practical and workplace relevance to the application of these skills.

Delegates will be encouraged to consider the best use of resources, understand the need to innovate, and optimise performance. They may also have to present arguments for change, construct business cases, lead change implementation and evaluate the impact of that change.

Learning objectives

  • An understanding of the differences and conditions of strategic leadership
  • Greater confidence in applying strategic management skills and competencies
  • An understanding of relevant and practical tools and techniques to use in the workplace
  • Coherent strategies for shaping and influencing change and transformation
  • An ability to develop resilience in the workforce

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