Starts 6th October
Leadership Fundamentals short course
04 October 2020
06 October 2020
5 - 7 hours
Become the leader you admire and learn to command your business efficiently and productively. USB-ED, offers a short course in Leadership that aims to empower participants with the strategic and operational leadership skills they need to build high-performing organisations and a constructive, humane society. Engage in self-exploratory psychometric assessments designed to prepare you for ongoing success as a leader.
Week 1 - 2 - The Heart of a Servant Leader (Part 1 and 2)
Week 3 - The Head of a Servant Leader (Part 1 and 2)
Week 4 - The Head of a Servant Leader (Part 2): The Athlete-Leadership Role (Part 2 and 3)
Week 5 - 6 - The Hands of a Servant Leader: Stewardship (Part 1, 2 and 3)
Week 7 - The Hands of a Servant Leader: Farmer-Leadership Role (Part 2)
Whether you are an aspiring or current manager, new to the role or well-established, this short course will build on your existing qualities to help you develop your unique leadership style. Multiple exercises and assignments will expand your leadership toolkit, and online support will ensure consistent progress throughout the short course.
Dr Charl Coetzer (PhD (Leadership))
Dr. Charl Coetzer is a registered industrial psychologist, a Master HR professional, and a certified Neuro-Leadership Coach. He holds a PhD in Leadership and a master’s Degree in Industrial Psychology. He has more than 14 years’ work experience and specializes in Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Organizational Development, Learning and Development, Talent Management, and Human Resource Management. He is currently the Managing Director of a research and development company named Wisdomy and a part-time lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch Business School for Executive Development. Previously, Dr. Coetzer was the Head of Organizational Effectiveness and the acting HR Executive at an international construction company, mainly responsible to enhance people, organizational, and leadership effectiveness within the Group.