Leadership & Team Building

(SAP Business event type: 50096628) Introduction Objectives The primary aim of this course is to furnish delegates with the knowledge , understanding and skills to generate creative ideas for products, processes and services, manage these ideas innovatively, and then put these ideas to work in order to create new values in their organisations. The course promotes the intelligent response to any problem. Programme Profile Understanding your own strengths and those of your organisation Identifying the key trends in your environment Challenges of leadership Managing vs. Leading Leadership and stages of business growth Leadership styles Increasing self - awareness Emotional Intelligence Personality types Organisation and control Setting objectives and performance criteria Entrepreneurial behaviour The "Learning Organisation" Decision making Motivation and control Practical team building Building successful teams Team learning reviews Methods for idea generation and

creative stimulation How to present new ideas and initiatives and negotiate their successful implementation Mental aerobics and creative thinking Knowledge management Identifying and transferring internal best practice Business application of NLP Influencing and empowering Dealing with resistance Who should attend This stimulating course is aimed at Managers, Directors, Executives and those who want to take more initiative, generate drive, innovate and succeed. This programme is a vital energy and imagination booster for individuals in their own right and for the impact it can have on the activities for which they are responsible. COURSE OVERVIEW GM001 Leadership and Teambuilding in the New Millennium Course Title Leadership and Teambuilding in the New Millennium Course Date/ Venue November 20-24, 2004 / Boardroom 350, JW Marriot Hotel, Dubai, UAE. Course Reference GM001 Course Duration Five days Course Description

The course presents an overview of leadership competence criteria as applied in life-like team work situations. The drawn analogies illustrate the applications, limitations and values of leadership and teambuilding as an integrated process in handling diverse managerial challenges. The course topics stress the individuality of approaches, uniqueness of skills and behavioural tendencies in the present date, with practical parallel reference to the development of the leadership profile over time in relation to the team creation and its operational methodologies. Course Objectives Upon course completion, the participants will have an overview of leadership styles, techniques, skills, methodologies and paradigms which will provide them with an opportunity to experience the challenges encountered in situational leadership circumstances. The participants will examine the qualities and characteristics of famous international figures such as charisma, focus and vision, and analyze their personal leadership profiles. The course will further address teambuilding in the context of emotional intelligence, and juxtapose its aspects with team spirit approaches such as commitment, loyalty, and enthusiasm. The participants will appreciate the value of leadership and teambuilding on associate management skills relating to empowerment, motivation and the art of facilitation. The course will conclude by a review of

the effect of leadership on quantum management in terms of competence standards, corporate transformation, change management, re-engineering, sustainable performance and simulation of creativity. The attendee will have the opportunity to draw a personal implementation plan to reflect the totality of the diverse learning points. Course Fee US$ 2,750 per delegate. This rate includes course material, buffet lunch, coffee/tea on arrival, morning and afternoon of each day. Accommodation Accommodation is not included in course fees. However, any accommodation required can be arranged by Harvard Technology at the time of booking. Course Certificate Harvard Technology certificate will be issued to all attendees completing minimum of 75% of the total tuition hours of the course. Course Instructors (1) Dr. Barry Reynolds holds a Ph.D. degree in management corporate communications from University of Sherbrooke in Canada, and is a member of many associations and national training advisory boards in the U.S.A. and Canada. He has more than twenty years’ experience in management training, particularly in the fields of management theory as applied to ‘”People Skills”. These fields range from petrochemicals to pharmaceutical, health care, and the aerospace industries. Dr. Reynolds’ training courses have been generally

praised and presented at companies and industrial sites around the world. In early 2002, he led a team of Canadian top business managers, including several CEOs from Canada’s pharmaceutical, oil and gas, and telecommunications industry in a seminar to review and upgrade the leaders’ skills When not on consulting or training assignments overseas, Dr. Reynolds lectures in Communications, Technical Writing, and Journalism at McGill University in Canada. In 1998 and 1999, he was appointed “Visiting Foreign Professor of Economics” at Kobe-Gakuin University in Japan. Dr. Reynolds is the Director of International Programs at John Abbott College in Montreal, Canada, where he additionally gives Management Training seminars. His industrial training include topics such as Communications and Interpersonal Skills; Negotiating and Influencing Techniques; Staff Assessment and Performance Review Tools; Organizing and delivering Effective Presentations; Leadership and Teambuilding; Change Management; Advanced Principles of Business Management; Quality Improvement; Creative Thinking and Innovation; Stress Management; Managing Change in the Workplace; Human Resources, Competency, Paradigm Shift, Process Mapping, crisis-management Organizational Bahviour, Train-the trainer; etc. Outside North America, Dr. Reynolds has conducted on-site seminars and workshops in Switzerland, Germany, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Korea, and in Japan. Among the organizations

he has organized training workshops for are: UNESCO; WHO; Science-Tech; P.A. Management International; Sony Corp; Asian Development Bank; Aramco; and M.D. Associates (USA). Since 1990, Dr. Reynolds has worked as a part-time media consultant and speech writer providing media training to prominent business figures in Canada and the U.S.A (2) Dr. Gus Barakat holds a PH.D. Degree in Human Resource Management from the USA, and has more than 25 years’ practical work experience in Human Resources in USA, Europe and the Middle East ; he is thus an international professional and a practitioner. Dr. Barakat has been a speaker at international conferences and has presented more than 20 papers at international events on human resource management topics in general and specialist research in particular. Dr. Barakat has successfully carried out consultancy assignments for major international and regional companies, banks, and industries on traditional as well as modern management themes e.g. mind mapping, competency assessment, leadership profiles, performance management, organizational behaviour, change management; quality and productivity, thinking paradigms, job re-design, job evaluation and classification, creativity & lateral thinking, customer service excellence, human asset accounting, training, process mapping & reengineering, manpower succession planning, policy development, salary scales, job grading systems, compensation benefits &

remuneration, career development, HR audit, organization hierarchy, manpower establishment & strength, computerized HR management systems, human capital management, workforce nationalization, mission & vision statements, the use and abuse of contract staff, potential assessment, and benchmarking ( the “good” as enemy of the “best”). Dr. Barakat has held senior positions within the HR function for international employers such as Shell and other major industrial companies worldwide. He has delivered more than 200 seminars and courses on Human Resource topics in USA, Canada, UK, Asia, and the Middle East. He is also an educationalist who has contributed to the development of syllabi for the MBA programmes at educational institutes, and has masterminded the development of a psychometric system to measure potential, job tendencies, mind mapping and creativity. Dr. Barakat’s expertise in the field covers a wide range of cultural diversity; hence he is quite equipped to address the HR issues from the local as well as the international perspective. Who Should Attend The course is specifically designed to enhance the leadership skills of both technical and non-technical personnel such as managers, superintendents, engineers, heads of departments, team leaders and unit supervisors who have to demonstrate, and /or coach others in, leadership skills. The course will be additionally of value to staff in support or advisory functions such

as strategy formation, policy development, organizational development, audit, welfare, and projects.

Course Program Day 1: Saturday 20th of November 2004 0730 - 0800 Registration & Coffee 0800 - 0810 Welcome 0810 - 1000 Management Versus Leadership Leadership Styles- An Overview The Techniques And Skills That Contribute To a Leadership Style The Leadership Paradigm 1000 - 1015 Break 1015 - 1230 Situational Leadership: • Qualities & Characteristics • Components & Contributors • The Leader’s Mind Map • Case Study- A Leader’s Profile ? Inherited ? Adopted 1230 - 1330 Prayer & Lunch 1330 - 1500 Teambuilding: • Team Composition • Team Spirit • Team Role • Team Work Case Study- The Team Leader’s Mirage Day 2: Sunday 21st of November 2004 0730 - 0945 Leadership Approaches: • Empowerment • Behavioural Tendencies – Resilience, Commitment & Loyalty • Motivation • Self- Development • Value & Values- The Add- Value Concept

The Transformation ProcessAccountability 0945 - 1000 Break 1000 - 1230 The Leadership Zone Vision & Mission Statements Competency & competence standards 1230 - 1330 Lunch 1330 - 1500 A Leadership Model – Exercise Day 3: Monday 22nd of November 2004 0730- 09:30 Personality Styles & Self Command Conflict Resolution ? Inward ? Outward Emotional Intelligence 09:30 – 09:45 Break 09:45 - 1230 Career Laddering Performance Management 1230 - 1330 Lunch 1330 - 1500 Dynamics of Balance

Day 4: Tuesday 23rd of November 2004 0730 - 1000 Leadership & Change: • Re-engineering • Job shift Productivity & Process Alignment 1000 - 1015 Break 1015 - 1230 Creativity • Thinking Styles • Thinking Skills Quantum Management 1230 - 1330 Lunch 1330 - 1500 Communication & Rapport

Day 5: Wednesday 24th of November 2004 0730 - 1000 A total review of course

themes Summary of learning points 1000 - 1015 Break 1015 - 1230 The Personal Implementation Plan 1230 - 1330 Lunch 1330 - 1500 Distribution of Certificates ,Course Evaluation, and Closure

Course Coordinator Ms. Eman Salem, Tel: +971-2-6277881, Fax: +971-2-6277883, Email: eman@harvard.tc