WE HELP CLIENTS DEVELOP THEIR CURRENT OR ASPIRING EXECUTIVES AND PREPARE THEM FOR THE NEXT LEADERSHIP LEVEL
Our leadership development programme helps leaders find the right balance in their leadership approach to support moving the organization forward. It’s designed to cultivate existing and future leadership skills - in both current and potential leaders - while improving overall performance.
The key to successful transition from one leadership level to the next rests in the ability of the transitioning executive to learn and integrate the new leadership skills required, cross to the appropriate level of management, expand value chain understanding and grow stakeholder management platforms.
Feelings of incompetence, confusion and vulnerability are often connected with leaders transitioning into a higher leadership level. In an unconscious re-enforcement of their self-worth and self-esteem, executives begin to drift towards areas where they feel competent, which leave them open for gaps in the required skills and competencies etc. It is our assertion, that these leaders have a much better chance of succeeding with their transition if they receive proper support, coaching and tools.
WHY INVESTMENTS IN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Investments in Leadership development contributes to:
Improving bottom-line financial performance
Attracting and retaining talent
Driving a performance culture
Increasing organizational agility
ALBRIGHT'S EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME
The Executive Leadership Programme (ELP) provides opportunities for executives to become more effective leaders who can successfully address the key challenges of a dynamic business.
The programme is derived from state-of-the-art research and work done by the University of Colorado and Harvard University in Cambridge combined with empirical work conducted by Albright.
The programme consists of three modules:
The ELP is an action-learning based programme and is designed to ensure that learnings and insights are translated from intellectual insights to integrated learning and behaviour.