How do innovators fill gaps and needs in people’s lives? One fundamental skill they possess is empathy development. Design thinking as an innovative methodology is based on empathy, which helps to redefine problems, uncover space for ideation and multiple iterations of prototypes leading to innovation.
Talent management has become one of the most popular new business management concepts designed to help organisations leverage human capital for maximum gain. From strategic HR planning to acquiring talent to performance management and succession planning, this programme will educate participants on the elements of talent management using concrete examples, real language, and an eye towards current application.
Entrepreneurship is a dynamic process of vision, change, and innovative thinking towards the creation of new ideas and solutions. It has become essential for every leader to develop fundamental entrepreneurial and leadership skills for application within an existing business or when launching a new venture.
Line managers play a crucial role in coaching, developing, retaining, and supporting talented employees within their team. Coaching can make a significant difference in every organisation as it helps individuals – and teams – improve performance, acquire new skills and collaboratively work with others.
Third sector has been characterised as enterprising, adaptive and resilient. Therefore, as the business environment continues to change, third sector leaders have to continually develop themselves, maintain high motivation as well as agility to strategically lead and uncover new opportunities for growth within the sector.