February 15 – 16, 2012
More than ever, today’s leaders need the ability to execute tactically, as well as work and think strategically. To do this, you must be able to look outside your own area of responsibility for new ideas, discern the true value of the data you collect, and craft solutions with the potential to deliver real strategic value. Discover your capabilities as a strategic thinker, gain an understanding of the key components of strategic thinking, and apply practical tools during an instructional case study.
Who Should Attend
Leaders and managers who want to think strategically about their work and its value to the organization
Benefits & Outcomes
Learn practical approaches for identifying key strategic issues and opportunities Exercise discipline and build strategic thinking into your work regimen Sort through ambiguity and information clutter so that you can focus on what matters strategically Acquire the perspective and tools to create an environment in which you, your colleagues and key players can think and work more strategically
Length: 2 day(s)
For more information or to register, call Gail at 301-299-0607 or email her at email@example.comStrategic Partners, Inc. www.spisolutions.com