Designed by the sector for the sector, this programme provides protected space and support to build your leadership skills in line with your live issues and challenges.
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Now, more than ever, Third Sector chief executives need a strong support network of senior managers to help address the leadership challenges organisations face. Succession planning and investing in the next generation of chief executives is also vital if the sector is to thrive.
Delivered with an interactive approach, you will work together and learn from each other as you engage with different theories and leadership themes. This can be a powerful and transformational experience.
Our innovative approach to leadership development provides you with practical opportunities to learn from others, as well as a network of high-profile chief executives. This six-day programme will provide you with the opportunity to reflect, share and connect with others.
This programme has given me a “toolkit” to draw from and a new network of peers to reach out to for knowledge and support.
- Invaluable insight from Third Sector leaders sharing their experiences
- Empowerment through effective leadership skills that can be utilised in your role
- Confidence and clarity in your abilities to meet the potential leadership challenges you face
- Strengthened support network of peers within the Third Sector
- Better understanding of the core competencies required to lead your organisation
This programme is designed exclusively for Third Sector senior managers interested in progressing their careers by reflecting upon and developing their confidence and skills as an effective, progressive, and self-aware leader.
We are able to offer this programme to you at £725. There is an additional fee of £91 if you opt to pursue accreditation.
This programme leads to an ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership (NQF Level 5) qualification.
The ILM is a professional body with a worldwide network of over 2,000 accredited centres providing flexible, quality-assured and practical management development programmes.