Get a taste for new leadership development programmes

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Alliance Manchester Business School now runs taster events throughout the year to give you a flavour of what to expect from any of our new suite of open leadership and management programmes.

The series includes both breakfast and evening events that will outline open programmes at Alliance MBS and include an innovative preview to our new Leadership Development Programmes from our academic team. The tasters will cover one of three most important themes for success at work: Leadership, Strategy and Commercial Insight. Each session is designed to give you valuable tools and tips to take back to the office along with an idea what to expect if you sign up to any of our open programmes. The taster events are also a great opportunity to meet with likeminded people and organisations, building your own business network.

The next in the series is:

3 big ideas around change

Dr Nick Clifford, Programme Director will deliver a 45 minute session on how big ideas can translate into real change – in other terms how ‘original thinking’ can be ‘applied’. Nick’s work on organisational change focuses on how big ideas can turn into dramatic results on the ground.

20 January 2016
8 am – 9.30 am (inc networking and breakfast rolls)
Macdonald Hotel, London Road, Manchester, M1 2PG

To register for this or any of our future taster events please contact Rebecca Allen at Rebecca.allen@mbs.ac.uk

From increased knowledge and understanding to greater confidence to broach difficult decisions, the portfolio of leadership programmes from Alliance MBS offers a host of long-term benefits for individuals, organisations and communities.

Hear from the Head of Global Open Programmes, Dr Mark Batey about how our open programmes are different.

 

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Manchester Business School has a global reputation for innovative and influential teaching and research, which impacts business on a local, national and international level. We call this Original Thinking Applied.

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