How are you leading through a world of unpredictability?
Leading in a VUCA World
preparing your organisation for change and disruption
About the programme
Many managers feel ill-equipped to lead in today’s ambiguous and fast-paced world, often feeling overwhelmed and unable to keep up with the constant changes within their organisation. Leaders are struggling to understand how to lead in an increasingly Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) environment, where planning and forecasting is no longer something that can be relied upon.
VUCA is an acronym that emerged from the US military in the 1990s. It describes the “fog of war” the chaotic conditions that are encountered on a modern battlefield. Its relevance to leaders in business is clear, as these conditions are highly descriptive of the environment in which business is conducted every day. Leadership as usual, including creating a vision, is not enough in a VUCA world.
This powerful programme will show how 21st-century leaders can find success amid a world increasingly characterised by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA). We will go through cognitive techniques to help leaders adapt mindsets as well as how to work with powerful analytical tools and techniques.
How will I benefit?
Why today’s world can be best described with the acronym “VUCA”.
What does Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity mean for the “New Work” we experience today?
Why all traditional leadership styles fail to be effective in this VUCA environment?
Why employer branding has become both difficult and essential in a VUCA world?
Cognitive awareness & leadership in a VUCA context.
Why employees leave their (traditional) managers and not their companies?
What does Networking, Openness, Participation, and Agility (NOPA) stand for?
How “NOPA” provide a both flexible and highly effective response to the VUCA world.
Why agility alone cannot help companies and how it can even be destructive for company culture?
How to get your business leaders and managers to adopt the NOPA approach?
Integrate the benefits of the digital world to manage your transformation process.
Who should attend?
The programme is specifically for B2B & B2C sales, product and marketing managers. It is particularly beneficial to those who are required to adapt their organisations to unpredictable scenarios and events.
Programme fees include:
+ Full tuition
+ All materials
+ Attendance Certificate
+ Coaching follow-up
Online Format (12 hours, take over 2 days to 4 months)
£450 per delegate
£1,450 per group (4-10)
£1,650 per group (11-20)
Classroom Format (1,2,3 days)
£1,250 per group (2-4 delegates)
£1,650 per group (5-12 delegates)
2-day Applied Masterclass
£2,250 per group (2-4 delegates)
£2,650 per group (5-12 delegates)
3-day Professional Masterclass
£3.250 per group (2-4 delegates)
£3,650 per group (5-12 delegates)
Bookings: +44 (0)330 043 1483
All major credit & debit cards accepted
*for programmes held outside the UK, economy travel costs apply.
**VAT applicable in UK