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Strategic Leadership: How to operate strategically at an executive level with Dr Margaret Byrne – SORRY THIS SESSION IS FULL

June 6, 2017

Strategic Leadership: How to operate strategically at an executive level


Recruiters for executive roles place heavy emphasis on strategic capability for good reason. It is the responsibility of upper levels of management in any organisation to ensure that sufficient time is allocated to generating a well considered, viable plan for the future. Candidates looking to move into senior management roles often have no trouble recounting how they tackle the day-to-day, operational matters. In contrast, many stumble when asked about strategic perspectives. Even when people have definite strategic capability there is often an inability to talk about it because they aren’t able to access models, frameworks and perspectives of how it works. In this practical module, strategy is demystified through examples and application of a range of useful strategic tools.



Who is it for?

Female executives or women aspiring to executive roles. ASO7 and above or equivalent.

About the Facilitator:  Dr Margaret Byrne, Principal Consultant

Margaret holds three awards for innovation in the design of executive development and change management programs. She is known for the way she balances intellectual rigour with a passion for practical outcomes that make a measurable difference to leaders and their organisations. Clients value her ability to stimulate strategic thinking and change at all levels. Her resources on cultural competence in print, film and online formats are widely used by consultants in Australia and internationally, as well as being used as texts in Masters Programs in universities in Australia and Europe.

Date:                   Tuesday 6 June 2017
Time:                  1:30pm – 5:00pm
Location::          The Science Exchange, 55 Exchange Place, Adelaide
Investment:      Free
Eligibility:          South Australian Public Sector employees

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