Prof. Pat Utomi’s Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL) through its Leadership Development Centre, is delighted to invite emerging managers to attend a capacity development programme on “Leadership Management for Emerging Managers- Blueprint for Performance Enhancement”.
This programme was designed as an intervention to address the learning need cited by Associate Professor Linda Hill (Harvard Business School) in her book; “Becoming a Manager: Mastery of a New Identity”. She highlighted the critical need for the systematic guidance of employees transitioning from team member’s status to manager’s position. As such transitions are usually compounded with both internal and external business challenges that would test the mettle of the most seasoned managers let alone a newly promoted one.
· Participants at this course will have the added advantage of participating in a syndicate group mentored by Prof. Pat Utomi.
· Clearly structured training program with interactive sessions on incisive global and sustainable leadership perspectives, which directly impact the bottom line and increase performance.
· Training delivered by highly experienced facilitators.
For Whom: Emerging Line Managers, frontline Managers, Supervisors and those in preparation for first management position.
Date: 17th – 19th September, 2014. (3 days)
Venue: CVL Building, 6 Balarabe Musa Crescent, Off Samuel Manuwa St., Victoria Island, Lagos.
Time: 9am – 4pm.
Training Cost: N95,000. The training cost covers: training materials, tea and lunch, certificate, and training fee.
Payment can be made in cash or cheque to: Centre for Values in Leadership, Bank: Keystone Bank; Account No. 1000238125
Further information is contained in the attached programme flyer. However, for more information, please contact the following: Kingsley- 08135002931, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com; Modest- 08067775533, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope that you will be able to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Kingsley C. Anyanwu