The first level of the Leadership Development Programme (LDP), Foundations of Leadership Performance (FLP), introduces the universal competencies of a High Performing GAC Manager, linking individual performance with the business performance outcomes. It creates a detailed understanding of jobs and people in the organisation, leading performance-driven behaviour, communication and the relationship between individual performance and financial results.
The activities of the course will introduce practical skills for harnessing signature strengths of personnel and how to best develop these to ensure a dynamic, motivated and performance-driven business environment. Participants will also have the opportunity to complete their own comprehensive leadership analysis, which will evolve throughout the course to culminate in a personalised leadership action plan.
This four-week eLearning course will cover the first four of the seven competencies of a High Performing GAC Manager. Topics include:
- Introduction to the Leadership Development Programme
- The Seven Competencies of a High Performing GAC Manager
- Managing Individual Performance
- Managing the GAC Way
- Communication Effectiveness
- Financial Acumen
Fundamentals of Leadership Performance (FLP) runs for four weeks and is delivered via our state-of-the-art interactive online Learning Management System, GAClearn.
GCA eLearning courses require approximately five hours per week for all courses. It is the expectation of the GAC Group Management that all GAC employees are provided with sufficient time to complete the core requirements of each course within working hours. In order to establish higher results, participants are encouraged to fully complete all activities, and additional personal time may be required outside of working hours.
“I believe you have heard that successful people are action-oriented. I found the FLP course to be very insightful. It does take a lot of time commitment to complete this course I must honestly say. I am also really encouraged to see other participants especially during the course forums, consciously putting these concepts into practice and getting some great results. The hard trick is to continuously try and put these leadership concepts into practice so that it becomes second nature and I think that is one of the most important things that I have gotten out of this course.”
Regional Business Development Manager, Oil & Gas/Projects – API Region
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