The Henley Executive Certificate in Leadership is delivered through intense, interactive, full-day workshops, supported by a comprehensive virtual learning environment.
Between the workshops, learning takes place through self-study and reflection, a leadership in action workshop as well as several peer group coaching sessions. You will develop your leadership mindset and competences, and get together in peer learning groups to explore solutions to your and your peers’ daily leadership challenges.
Each module includes a written work-based assignment, which is typically based on a current and relevant organisational issue, showcasing your new capabilities as a leader and creating a valuable contribution to your organisation.
Learning is applied from the outset to your own leadership situation, and action learning is utilised to address and find solutions to complex leadership challenges.
Throughout your studies, you will be supported by the Programme Director, world-class professors and faculty, action learning and peer group coaching facilitators, your local Programme Manager as well as the other programme members.
“There’s lots of scope with the assignments, so you can focus on what’s really important to you and your organisation. So, you can decide what you want to achieve, and work towards that as part of the programme.”Richard Bowyer, Director of Marketing & Public Fundraising, Great Ormond St Hospital Charity
Are you facing leadership challenges in your daily work? We invite you to join this taster session for an opportunity to experience some of the teaching styles and methods used in our new Leadership programme as well as to get an opportunity to meet some of the faculty and team.
The Henley Executive Certificate in Leadership is an in-depth leadership programme for experienced leaders and senior managers with significant leadership responsibilities that helps you improve your leadership knowledge and maximise the performance of your team and organisation.
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