In this program we explore the concept of strategic thinking from a number of different perspectives, and we argue that strategic thinking plays a far greater role in our individual success and effectiveness, whether at home or in the workplace, than is commonly acknowledged
Building New Leadership: performing at the executive level is a three-day program for recently promoted or acting Public Sector Managers.
Drawing on insights from neuroscience and other research, this 2 day workshop session provides the latest thinking about how current and future leaders can build their emotional intelligence to create highly engaged, creative and resilient teams and provides an opportunity for reflection and skills practice.
The rapidly changing demands on public service managers requires you to not only know how to lead and to demonstrate leadership behaviours, but also to “be” a congruent and values-driven leader.
Government Writing for Impact is ideal for individuals who have experience writing for government but want to communicate their ideas and policies more efficiently and with greater impact.
Government Writing for Leaders is ideal for writers who deal with high level documents and who wish to enhance the content of their documents, as well as leaders interested in developing skills to build writing capability in the people who report to them.
Designed for ambitious and experienced managers, the Graduate Certificate in Management will bring you one step closer to an MBA. If you are ready to carve out your niche as a business leader, or would like to sure-up your future with some formal management qualifications, the Graduate Certificate in Management from AIM Business School is the perfect place to start.
Designed with the senior manager in mind, the Graduate Diploma is an ideal mid-level postgraduate qualification. The Graduate Diploma in Management provides a solid grounding and depth of understanding of a broad range of theory, practical business strategies and applications.
The workshop has been developed by CPM in response to feedback from Executive level staff within the public sector whose work increasingly involves the negotiation of complex agreements with internal and external stakeholders.