Performance-driven Leadership (PDL) is the capstone of the Leadership Development Programme (LDP). It is designed to consolidate the universal competencies from the previous two levels through providing a real-world opportunity for participants to apply the learning in an action-based project.
Performance-driven Leadership (PDL) will bring participants together in teams to work on a specific action-learning project that is aligned with a current regional priority. The course will take participants through the process of completing a detailed issues analysis, engagement with key internal and external stakeholders and establishing the business case. The course will culminate in the presentation of the project outcome to key GAC stakeholders within a month of the end of the course.
Participants will work in a high-performance team environment and be expected to demonstrate their performance-driven leadership capabilities and mastery all competencies associated with a High Performing GAC Manager.
This four-week eLearning course will consolidate the learning of the previous LDP courses, putting into practice the competencies of a High Performing GAC Manager. Topics include:
- Measuring Performance
- Internal and External Project Investigation
- Commercial Strategies for Business Development
- Establishing the Business Case
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Strategy-driven Project Management
Performance Driven Leadership (PDL) runs for four weeks with a final project presentation within a month of the end of the course. It is delivered as blended learning both via our state-of-the-art interactive online Learning Management System, GAClearn and face-to-face interaction.
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.
|Duration||4 weeks eLearning + 2 day workshop|