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Self-leadership

Reach your full potential

#1

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in Executive Education according to the Financial Times

821

former participants

4.7/5

for Learning Impact

Before you can lead others, you have to understand yourself. This two-day journey is an investment in you. You’ll live and learn the self-management skills you need to become a better leader – including maximising your strengths and identifying your weaknesses – so you can leap into bringing out the best in your teams. 

Detailed programme

In two days, you’ll gain personal management skills that will help you adapt your behaviour and develop a deeper understanding of how your actions impact others. You’ll return to your organisation ready to leap into managing yourself in a smarter way. 

Module 1: Your personal effectiveness 

  • Analyse your personal thinking style and explore the styles of others 
  • Identify different personalities in the workplace and learn how to get the most from them 
  • Maximise your potential by understanding – and playing to – your strengths 

Module 2: Your impact on others 

  • Shape your management approach to influence others 
  • Role play effective interactions with team members 
  • Fine-tune your personal action plan 

Why this programme

  • Discover your management style and how it impacts others 
  • Assess the way you interact with others and develop more effective communication skills  
  • Explore your strengths and weaknesses

Who should attend

  • Project managers, functional specialists or team leaders 
  • Professionals who want to gain more insights into their strengths and opportunities – and have more impact on others 
  • Newly appointed leaders or people working towards a leadership role 

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like:

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Success stories

Katrien Geeraerts

This programme has really helped me gain deeper insight into my own strengths and style of interacting with others. I’ve become more aware of myself and my relationships with colleagues. It was an investment in myself, and it’s the perfect starting point for further professional development.

Faculty

Veroniek De Schamphelaere

Veroniek De Schamphelaere

Lecturer of Human Resources Management


Karlien Vanderheyden

Karlien Vanderheyden

Professor of Organisational Behaviour

Karlien Vanderheyden focuses on how individuals can impact an organisation’s people, processes and performance.