Middle managers are facing a distinctive set of leadership challenges. They are responsible for leading particular unit(s), developing strategies, allocating resources, and motivating staffs; but at the same time they have to translate the vision of senior leadership to reach the business goals. Thus, these individuals must adapt by managing both up and down the institutional hierarchy.
Through broad business management and leadership curriculum, real-world case studies, group discussions, interactive presentations, individual project based on updated business challenges, personalized coaching, and other experiential learning experiences, these leaders will gain a deeper understanding of how different units function. Furthermore, they will think beyond administrative areas, lead in ways that support larger institutional objectives, and will be ready to incorporate broader strategic considerations into your management decisions.
Topics will include self, team, and business management consisting of institutional values, personal and team development, institutional perspectives on diversity, administrative challenges, project execution, financial management for middle managers, service & operational excellence, and the importance of managing external relationships.
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