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John Adair, one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership and leadership development argues that a person can be appointed a manager at any level, but he or she is not a leader until their appointment has been ratified in the hearts and minds of those who work with them.
Senior managers have the day-to-day responsibility of managing an organisation. John further argues that the key to achieving sustainable business success is to have excellence in leadership at all levels.
Strathmore Business School’s Senior Managers Leadership Program (SMLP) integrates key management concepts and best practices to develop strategic thinking and leadership skills as well as an integrated view of the business landscape in relations to the market dynamics.
The program which was launched in 2011 will have the inaugural participants graduate on Friday 27th January 2012 after completing four modules including an international module at the Asian Institute of Management. Module IV which was taught at the new business school introduced the participants to topics such as the innovation management system, social innovation, directorship and corporate governance, the new global scenario.
The program impacts not only the organisation, but also the senior managers with a focus on key areas in Leadership, Financial & Accounting Management, Project Management, IT & Business Strategy, HR Management & Talent Development, Corporate Diversity & Culture, Marketing Management & Strategy among others.
SMLP targets senior executives and team members with significant management responsibilities.
This program integrates key management concepts and best practices to develop strategic thinking and leadership skills as well as an integrated view of the business landscape in relations to the market dynamics. It offers a transformational learning experience that prepares the senior executive to assume responsibilities at the highest level as they lead their companies and institutions to achieve sustainable competitive edge.
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