Leadership Essentials Program
WHU’s Leadership Essentials Program explores the foundations of leadership, asking how leadership is different from management and by comparing effective and ineffective leadership behaviors. During the 3-day interactive leadership seminar, you will develop the skills you need to motivate, and coach, and assess people to get them on-board with your goals and strategies.
We use exercises, group work, and case studies to practice the behaviors of highly effective leaders. The program concludes with reflections on what you have learned and a forward plan that will help you apply the insights you gained during the business leadership program. You will receive a WHU Executive Education Certificate after successfully completing the program.
Suitable for executives with:
Get the full General Management Experience – Special offer
This Program is part of the Management Essentials Program, a package that provides participants, who are transitioning into a leadership position, or have done so recently, with the fundamental skills of General Management. You can choose 3 out of 5 of the following programs: Leadership Essentials, Strategy Essentials, Financial Literacy, Brand Management, and Innovation & Corporate Entrepreneurship Essentials.
In combination with an additional personality profile, the 3 programs can be scheduled flexibly to make them best fit your professional and personal schedule.
Upon completion of the program, participants receive WHU’s “Certificate of Excellence in General Management”. Furthermore, you can choose to gain 6 ECTS credits.
We offer each of our Open Programs also as a Customized Program for corporate clients.
The advantage for you is that program contents and methods can be adjusted to your company’s strategy and your employees’ skills and needs.
Please contact us via email@example.com if you are interested in a Customized Program.
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