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Action Centred Leadership (ACL) Training Course | Leadership & Management Training Course

Action Centred Leadership (ACL)

21 July - 25 July 2019
Radisson Blu Edwardian, Vanderbilt, London, UK

Level: Essential

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Course Director

Alan Power | Course Director

Alan Power

Managing Director
Mpower (UK) Ltd., UK

Education Partner:
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Education Partners

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) | Education Partner – Informa Middle East
Course Schedule
  • 21 Jul 2019 London
  • 17 Nov 2019 Riyadh

Overview

The overall aim of this five-day training programme is to give each participant the opportunity to understand the nature and practice of good leadership in such a way as to make them more effective as a leader, a colleague and a team member. In order to achieve this, the course will aim to develop:

  • An awareness of the three areas of overlappingneeds present in all working groups: the needs of thecommon Task, the needs of the Team, and the needs of each Individual team member
  • An understanding of the leadership behaviours required to be an effective leader; theability to recognise leadership behaviours when they are observed and the capability todetermine what leadership behaviours are appropriate in any given situation
  • An opportunity, through assessment and feedback, to develop insights into currentskills in order to create a pathway to becoming a more effective leader
  • A clear idea how new leadership skills may be applied in the workplace to improveteam performance and deliver exceptional outcomes

Who Should Attend

Everyone whose role requires him or her to take responsibility for achieving a result through a team of people. This includes: senior executives, middle managers, first line managers, team leaders, supervisors, superintendents and functional managers, at all levels in all sectors.

Benefits of Attending

  1. Describe their role as a leader
  2. Outline an analysis of their personal strengths and areas for development
  3. Demonstrate an ability to recognise the needs of a situation and the leadership actions that can lead to success
  4. Demonstrate an ability to deploy leadershiptechniques that enable individuals to contribute fullyto delivering the team’s task
  5. Apply the course teachings immediately andeffectively in the work place

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Action Centred Leadership (ACL)