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Leadership and Strategy for Young Managers


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The Leadership and Strategy for Young Managers is a public course in management and is designed as perspective-changing rather than skills-building as it provides platform for new managers as they face ever-increasing responsibilities. It is also useful for seasoned executives who would like to better understand the challenges faced by their younger management echelon; or for human resource teams who would like to provide organizational cultures that place primary importance on the development of people.

This 2-day course will review the basic components of leadership. Specifically, you will be able to:

  • understand the difference between doing things, and doing things through people. This understanding involves a deeper-than-conventional knowledge about what is a human person, what are the basic motives that drive their behaviour, and how we can influence those motives.
  • know the correct and incorrect uses of power and influence, and learn how to create trusting interpersonal relationships (especially with subordinates)
  • learn how different leadership styles affect these relationships. Learning how the organizational structure influences individual and group behaviour, and how to make decisions in the political and cultural context of a group and of a company.
  • appreciate the impact of economics on business activities and strategies through the use of illustrative cases and the elements that drive competitive strategy.


  • Leadership
    • Introduction to Leadership
    • Motivation in the Workplace
    • Trust in Organizations
    • Interpersonal Communication
    • Managing Teams
  • Industry Analysis and Competitive Strategy
    • Business Environment and the Firm
    • Analyzing and Understanding Strategy


Php 18,000


Duration- 2 Days

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