Building platforms for success is critical in today’s changing business environment. This program will equip managers to effectively manage their work and relationships to be more productive in contemporary organizations.
They will learn to manage cross-functional, cross-organizational relationships, develop social capital, and create and manage organizational strategic partners.
Participants will also gain an understanding of how a savvy manager transitions to a leadership role and how to create an environment where creativity is the norm.
After Attending This Program You Will:
-- Be better equipped to know what needs to be accomplished in "getting the job done."
-- Build your social capital
-- Manage across organizational boundaries.
-- Rise above boundaries and manage social differences such as age, gender, and race more effectively.
-- Understand and utilize a team’s linkages to the rest of the organization.
-- Manage reporting structures more effectively.
-- Structure your unit to deliver more value.
-- Recognize and rise above functional organization divisions.
-- Go beyond structure and use leadership to be effective.
-- Learn to unleash creativity at a personal and organizational level.
-- Understand the importance of effective proposal timing.
-- Pick a frame of reference to highlight the importance of proposals.
-- Develop a strategic action plan for delivering value.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is ideal for senior executives and upper-level managers responsible for executing business strategy. The course is designed to assist leaders in identifying opportunities and mobilizing resources to create value.
This course is especially recommended for leaders who bring people together from diverse functional groups or lines of business to effectively execute strategic initiatives. Executives will actively think creatively and strategically about their leadership role and learn how to build social capital, broaden their influence to increase productivity, and accomplish performance-driven goals.
Throughout the week, participants will work on an individual business challenge and create an action plan for creating and delivering value.
The Social Capital of Successful Managers
Leadership Based on Groups
Building Bridges with Strategic Partners
Managing the Team
Framing and Timing
Diagnosis and Strategic Action
About the School
Since 1898, the University of Chicago Booth School of Business has produced ideas and leaders that shape the world of business. Our rigorous, discipline-based approach to business education transforms ... Read More