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Senior Management Leadership Development Programme - Rwanda


SMLDP is a dynamic, high profile leadership and management programme targeted at top level senior managers and executives of various organisations in Rwanda and is designed to accelerate the executive leadership process by transforming the way its participants think, manage globally, view competition and solve problems.


SMLDP participants will possess the capacity to understand the big picture, envision what is on the horizon and formulate proactive and competitive responses.

SMLDP will provide you with the rare opportunity to step back from your day-to-day responsibilities and acquire up-to-the-minute knowledge and skills required of today’s challenging and tough times

Programme Delivery

The programme consists of a combination of two one-week modules delivered over a 6-month period.

Through relevant case studies, interactive classroom exercises, small group discussions, video clips and exposure to the latest research, participants will acquire skills that can be immediately applied to enhance individual and business performance.

The programme will be taught by a pool of both local and international faculty and practitioners. Senior executives will also interact and receive coaching from out professional business coaches.

Key Focus Areas

  • Art of Negotiation
  • Influencing and Driving Change
  • Change Management
  • Leadership and Corporate Accountability
  • Performance Management for Effective Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Society Driven Innovation
  • Inclusive Business Models
  • Developing Financially Inclusive Strategies
  • Boardroom Dynamics
  • Aligning Sustainability with Corporate Performance
  • Corporate Impact Investing


For more information on the programme, write to Nancy on / or call +250 786 030 903. or to Daisy on or call +254 (0) 740 048 419

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