leadership and management courses are listed below;
- Warehouse and stores management
- Inventory management and stock control
- Procurement and Supply chain management
- Contract management
- Vendor Management
- Negotiation management skills
- Assertiveness Skills
- Interpersonal relationship skills
- Health safety and environment
- Financial management
- Finance and accounting for non-finance
- Essentials of New Manager
- Leadership and Management essentials
- Operation management
- Service Level Agreement management
- Emotional Intelligence skills
- Project Management
- Customer Service
- Customer relationship
- Sales and marketing essentials
- Facility Management
- Problem solving and Decision making skills
- Critical thinking and problem solving
We offer these course including many more. Kindly download our training program calendar for more management and leadership courses of your choices.
Frequently Asked Questions about Leadership and Management
- What is the difference between leadership and management, and why should I study both of these areas?
- Perhaps because they are both skills attributed to C-suite executives, leadership and management are sometimes used interchangeably when people think about a business education. However, in practice, these are two distinct skillsets for business leaders to learn and develop – and both are essential for success. Management positions control key decisions and day to day operations across one or more units within an enterprise. Managers are responsible for setting business goals, planning how to achieve them, and overseeing their successful execution. Leadership, on the other hand, is all about people – and people can’t be ‘managed’ like a spreadsheet or a supply chain! Instead, people need to be led. That means inspiring, coaching, and mentoring your team in a way that reaches them as individuals as well as a group. In a sense then, management and leadership are two sides of a coin: on the management side, you’re responsible for setting and achieving plans, and on the leadership side, you’re motivating the people responsible for executing them. That’s why the best executives tend to excel at both – and why an education in both can help your career take you to the top of any organization!
What are popular jobs and careers in leadership and management?
Every business needs skilled leadership and management professionals, although the specifics of each company’s organizational chart may vary by company type and size. In the c-suite, virtually every company has at least a Chief Executive Officer (CEO), but many larger companies also have Chief Operations Officers (COO), Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs), Chief Financial Officers (CFOs), and other executive-level positions. Examples of other management-level positions include directors of sales, communications, development, public affairs or other key business areas, as well as project managers with narrower responsibilities for specific teams and goals. Regardless of the level of the role, any manager overseeing a team will need leadership skills to complement their management capabilities.
With this course you will position your own leadership style and grow your resilience
In this course, second course of the “Inspirational Leadership” Specialization, you will discover the characteristics of charismatic leadership. You’ll personally learn how to embody these traits through the “Savoir-Relier” (art of connecting and leading with sense) methodology, which covers 3Gs: being Genuine, Generous, and Generative. You will then choose which style of leadership best fits you, why and when so you can adapt to more complex and difficult situations with resilience. In a “Self-Portrait” and “Conversation” with your classmates, you will be able to adjust your own ideas about your leadership styles and strengths, allowing you to increase your self-awareness, improve your relational intelligence, and prepare you to confront crises and resolve conflicts. You will also be better prepared to face difficult situations and make better decisions by relying on both your perception and analytical skills. All these skills will help you create sense in your team so you can lead it better. This course is part of a Specialization on Leadership called “Inspirational Leadership: Leading with Sense”, so you may want to take the course “Building Your Leadership Skills” prior of taking this course. As where in course 1 “Building Your Leadership Skills” you have mostly worked on your inner-self and on the relation between you and the other, in this course you’ll work on the relationship between you and the group, improving your leadership skills when interacting in a team.