Participants will develop their knowledge of leadership traits and skills, accompanied by in-depth practice of skills such as empathy, social effectiveness, influence, presentation skills, living with and thriving under paradox. They will become familiar with the application of various leadership styles in practice, with models of employee motivation, building and leading effective teams, the importance of context and culture in leadership, power and politics in organisations, practical approaches to networking, leading change, gender and ethics in leadership. They will become more aware of their own values and preferences, personality and character, and will acquire knowledge and tools for self-leadership including topics such as stress and burnout, the impostor phenomenon, psychological capital. They will internalise the sense making and storytelling not only as practical skills, but as leadership frameworks, and will ultimately build their own personal "leadership development movie".
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