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Hi All, How to design Leadership & Management courses for in house? need guidelines.... Thanks
From Malaysia, Penang
Hello All, Do you know how to develop Leadership and Management courses for in house? Would appreciate if could shed some light on / share on how to develop such courses. Thank you
From Malaysia, Penang
Hi Joan:
One of the first things you would need to look at is whether the Organization has a competency framework and what are the essential competencies for a particular level of employees. Most Organizations these days base a lot of their training (Leadership being a huge chunk), based on the Competency Framework. Incase if the Organization does not have one, the start point would be to do an intervention to build the same.
Post that, the critical competencies thus identified, can be a part of the Leadership Program. Anywhere between 3 Days to a week of in class as well as one-on-one Coaching form part of Leadership Training Programs.
In case if you wish to know more, request you to drop in your email id, and if you may have any further questions.

From India, Bangalore
I normally clarify the following with your management first:
1. Should it lead to a qualification
2. Should it only create awareness
3. Should it have an impact on a spesific business area (the way we manage our people, handle finance, handle production)
4. Is it a once-off or can you develop a series of solutions
5. Is it really important or just to "so something"
Once you have your mandate you need to clarify
1. Will employees be able to attend class-room training
2. Should it be on-job coaching
3. Should there be an assessment
4. Should you in-source or outsource
1. Outcomes
2. Blended solutions to achieve the outcomes
3. Approval of your material
Hope I assisted you to gain some ideas
Rina Muller

From South Africa, Fietas
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