Who is the programme aimed at?
Team leaders who wish to evaluate and reflect on their people leader habits and practices; future team leaders who wish to learn the fundamentals of people management.
Key admissions criteria
- Minimum 3 years of work experience
- Formal or informal team responsibility (manager, project manager, internal coach, etc.)
This short programme is practice-oriented, based on the challenges and real-life experiences of the participants. Participants will acquire the necessary frameworks to formalise their approaches to people management.
A journey to understand and adjust your posture in your 3 roles of manager, leader and coach, and thus increase your impact on your team and through them on your results.
Develop your knowledge, know-how and interpersonal skills in your 3 people leader roles: leader, manager and coach.
The programme emphasises interaction among participants and with trainers. They will allow you to enrich your own vision, exchange with specialists and other business leaders, and expand your network.
This short programme, in small groups of up to 15 people, focuses on the practice, challenges and real-life experiences of participants. The programme consists of 3 sprints of 3 weeks and a closing session. In each sprint, participants will go through the following steps:
- Theoretical concepts: video clips and readings will allow participants to familiarise themselves with the concepts and frameworks used prior to the face-to-face sessions;
- Exercises and practice during the days in the classroom;
- Online collective supervision of your on-the-job practice;
- Personal development through self-reflection and peer-to-peer coaching.
Your Learning Path
1 . My role as a leader
Understand my "Why" and inspire my team's "Why".
2 . My role as a manager
Define, adapt and lead the "How".
3 . My role as a coach
Accompanying the "What" and developing talent.
4 . The relationship
The foundations of a high-performing team and a lasting commitment.
5 . Supervision Sessions
Allow participants to take concrete progress