; Leading Teams for Emerging Leaders - delivered in Dubai | London Business School

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Transition from an individual contributor to a high-performing leader

Moving into a leadership role for the first time? Faced with new responsibilities, you need the tools and frameworks to manage and motivate others to excel and achieve results. Transform yourself into a leader who can inspire high performing teams with our programme specifically designed for emerging leaders.

Explore your unique leadership characteristics through a NEO PI-R personality assessment and one-to-one coaching . As you hone your individual leadership approach you develop an action plan for immediate impact on your return to work.

Apply today to our leadership programme to unlock your leadership potential.

Why choose this programme?

The significant personal impact of the Leading Teams programme means you can hit the ground running in your new leadership role.

  • High impact learning - through a combination of theory and practice. Throughout the week you constantly test and apply the new theory you have learnt

  • Immersive experiences – learn to effectively communicate, collaborate and coach in real time with your peers

  • Faculty at the forefront - learn from world-leaders of management research. Niro Sivanathan, currently holding the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award, award-winning research covers psychology of the self, and its influence on decision-making. Margaret Ormiston is a thought leader in the construction of teams and team behaviour.

Key Details

  • Duration: 5 days
    Next start: 17 Nov 2019
    Fees: $9,000
    Location: DIFC, Dubai

    2019 dates and fees:

    • 17 - 21 Nov 2019

    • Fees: $9000*

    *All fees currently quoted exclude the new mandatory 5% tax (VAT) that is applicable in the UAE.

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Why not take this programme as part of our Executive Education Certificate in Management?

Find out how

Contact us

Contact Jenny Ng, Programme Consultant.

Email: lteldub@london.edu

Tel: +44(0) 20 7000 7092