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Leadership Masterclass & Cooperative College UK

Written by admin, 2019-02-06 10:56:10


The Co-operative College is committed to delivering co-operative education right across the globe and this year celebrates 100 years of providing training to the co-operative movement and beyond. 

Later this month, their flagship executive education program takes place in Asia for the first time, with a limited number of spaces remaining. This unique event builds on the recent success of the UK program which hosted senior delegates from a number of co-operative businesses right across Europe. 

In partnership with the CLIMBS Institute for Financial Literacy, the College is running two separate events, the first taking place from February 21-23, in Manila, and the second held in Cagayan de Oro from February 25-27.

Delivered by experts in co-operative leadership and education, the immersive three-day program will equip all attendees with the skills and knowledge of how to best to lead and manage others within a cooperative context.

Key highlights

The course will cover a number of different areas including:

- How do Cooperative leaders think globally and act locally?

- What values make a cooperative leader and why?

- How to adopt a values-led, adaptive and ethical leadership approach.

Delivery will be focused on interactive breakout sessions, maximizing the opportunity for networking and the sharing of best practice examples. Extensive case studies will also form the basis of all learning materials, providing tangible examples that all delegates will be able to put into practice.

Whether you're a seasoned co-operator with many years’ experience, or someone who is just starting out on their management journey, this course will help you identify your own leadership style, empowering you with skills and knowledge to get the best from your team and organization.

To learn more about the course, and the College’s unique partnership with CLIMBS, visit https://www.climbs.coop/wordpress/?p=1535