How managers perform when in front of executives and customers in many cases dictates success or failure…
Experiential learning through activities related to real life situations:
Many of the skills that managers require cannot just be taught in the classroom, i.e. through lectures, written papers and tests.
Typically, to understand how to best work with executives or how a Customer’s business operates ‘managers learn on the job’…
Rarely do managers get an opportunity to experience the ‘real life’ business issues that are often behind corporate decision-making?
The Business Acumen Development Programme provides practical education and development by linking experiential learning activities to real life situations. Encouraging practice and feedback, so managers ‘learn by doing’ without the risk of failure…
Business situations are simulated requiring the manager to interact with executives through a series of role plays, feedback sessions and workshops.
Each Business Acumen Development stream is designed for your business, including the type of interactions, subject areas and objectives for the Programme.
From here we structure a series of meeting briefs, role-plays, interactions and short workshops.
Each stream will be kicked off with an Executive meeting where the manager will be thrown in at the deep with the Executive for a one on one meeting.
This will be followed by a workshop to obtain feedback from the executive, discuss and learn more about the particular subject area.