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Young Leader Program

Everything about the principles of successful management. The successful course of study since 1985. 4 + 4 + 4 days.

STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAM

This is a 3-part management program for young managers. future leaders and junior staff. This includes key personnel within departments, teams, projects or service centers. This program deals with the basics of result-oriented management. It focuses on those management achievements by younger managers that make a major contribution to the overall success of a company.

CONCEPT

Companies and institutions are divided into organizational units, divisions, departments and profit centers or processes. The men and women who lead these – usually second or third level from the top in a company's hierarchy – are the driving force behind success. They are supported by junior staff, which they are expected to develop and encourage. The decisions they make are an integral part of the direction the company is on, its guidelines, requirements and corporate objectives. What remains, however, is plenty of room to maneuver that can be used to achieve excellent results. For this you have to effectively manage your area of responsibility, but also practice a holistic, results-oriented collaboration with other areas and departments. This latter factor especially is an asset that needs to be developed. Those men and women, therefore, who lead a company division or a large department, who require comprehensive knowledge and skills like

  • knowledge of corporate management, strategy, marketing, finance and leadership
  • managing employers and teams

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE

  • Young managers working for major companies
  • Directors of profit centers or business units
  • Managers and specialists

  • Key players in projects, staff, service centers, in cross-divisional and support functions

WHO BENEFITS FROM THIS PROGRAM

In this program you'll learn the principles of successful management. Based on the St.Gallen Management Approach, it adds the latest insights about management as central theme for effective corporate leadership. We attach special importance on practical relevance and transfer of learning. Besides professional skills and the right way of applying management methods, good managers are characterized by high social competence. The participants in our program learn about their strengths as a management personality. They learn how to apply these strengths in the right way.

PART 1: HOLISTIC ST.GALLEN MANAGEMENT


The St.Gallen Management Approach

  • The St.Gallen Management Approach – from model to practical application

  • Holistic thinking as a source of sustainable company success

Holistic Management of Business Divisions


  • Leading a division, but with an eye on the whole
  • Meeting short-term objectives and investing in the future at the same time

New Strategic Management

  • Strategic thinking in a turbulent business environment
  • Structure and content of a divisional and profit-center strategy
  • Doing a strategic analysis for your area of responsibility
  • Using strategic latitude

New Marketing

  • For new marketing «Anything that communicates, can be sold»
  • Anyone who communicates externally is relevant to marketing
  • How do you organize this new marketing?

TOPICS COVERED BY PART 2:

Leadership and Managing Employees

  • Which management style, under which conditions, bring the best results? 

  • How can optimal employee performance with high levels of employee satisfaction be achieved?

Behavioral Patterns in the Management Process

Every executive conducts him or herself according to an individual behavioral pattern. This is recognized by employees and is used as a guideline when dealing with their boss on a daily basis. Our lecturers demonstrate the typical behavioral patterns in the management process.

Strengths in Management Conduct

Building on this, most people are able to recognize their own personal strengths in management conduct. Also their own weaknesses. In the program, we concentrate on your strengths. This is because changing the way you conduct yourself is a very long process, and it's more worthwhile to start by building on your strengths and enhancing them.

Applying your Strengths

Once you've identified your own strengths, you have to ask whether you can consciously apply them at work. We will train you using typical situations from the business world 
and show you how to consciously apply your personal strengths.

Personal Social Competence

Personal social competence should continue to grow as you become more experienced and take on more responsibility. We will show you the different forms social competence takes and how to optimize potential here.

TOPICS COVERED BY PART 3:

Financial Management

  • Financial success can be controlled within just a few parameters
  • Where is room for maneuvering, if I want to contribute to my company's financial success?
  • Planning, budgeting and controlling of profit-center results
  • Measures that will improve results

Planning and Budgeting

  • Ambitious planning and budgeting
  • How to deal with instability and uncertainty

  • Adapting to factors causing fluctuations in the business environment

  • Constants in planning in an "unplanable" world

Investment Calculation

  • Is realizing this investment worth it?
  • Are investments in innovation profitable?
  • Make or buy – what should my company make itself, what should others make?
  • Outsourcing or insourcing

Financing

  • Calculating the financial requirements of new strategies and concepts
  • Cash-flow calculations, capital requirements and sources of funding
  • The best forms of financing
  • Minimizing capital costs

Liquidity Management

  • Calculating liquidity
  • Constantly ensuring liquidity
  • How to bridge liquidity shortages

Achieving Objectives for Profit and Return on Investment

  • Setting ambitious profit and return on investment objectives

  • Measures and effective mechanisms of profit management

  • Achieving objectives for profit, cash-flow, return on investment and profit margin

Are Costs under Control?

  • The desired cost position
  • Planning and controlling costs

  • Managing the break-even point

  • Consciously shaping fixed costs
  • Making costs variable and flexible

Sessions

2. Session 2017

Number: N3027

Part 1: August 21 - 24, 2017
Hamburg, Germany

Part 2: September 25 - 28, 2017
Davos, Switzerland

Part 3: October 23 - 26, 2017
Davos, Switzerland

CHF 8'900.- excl. VAT Invoice on request in EUR, at current exchange rate

3. Session 2017

Number: NA3037

Part 1: October 16 - 19, 2017
Munich, Germany

Part 2: November 18 - December 1, 2017
Munich, Germany

Part 3: December 18 - 21, 2017
Munich, Germany

CHF 8'900.- excl. VAT Invoice on request in EUR, at current exchange rate

Additional Services

Call us for a telephone consultation: +41 (0) 44 913 15 80

Seminar + Individual Coaching

Seminar + Individual Coaching

Book an individual coaching session in addition to a seminar.

My Sparring Partner

My Sparring Partner

Book this 2-day workshop and profit from a deep-dive into company-specific content, with insights especially relevant to your work. For you and a max. of 4 other colleagues from your company.

Learn & Perform

Learn & Perform

First you attend an open seminar. After completion, a St. Gallen management consultant visits you at your company to support implementing what your learned.

A Second Opinion

A Second Opinion

You need to make an important decision that will determine the course your company will take. To make sure you get it right, you need a second opinion.

Implementation Project

You attend an open seminar, and those things you learned that are especially vital to your company are then implemented with this project, tailor-made for your company with external support.

The Mental Option

Management top-performance requires mental preparation. Our "Human Tuning" service is an additional day of mental training for executives.

Company Teams

Two or more participants from a single company take part in the same seminar – and implement what they learned immediately upon return.

Bosses Promoting High-Potentials

When you promote men and women of your staff, it will help if you approve their participation in our junior program first. In a briefing, you tell us what exactly your employee needs to develop. We meet with the participant and give you feedback about this. We then give you a promotion proposal and the St. Gallen talent-promotion tool for implementing your own talent management.

Small-Group Seminar

Small-Group Seminar

A seminar with a max. of 6 participants. Small groups allow a deep-dive into subjects of special interest to you.

Transfer

Transfer

After learning the latest management insights at your seminar, you want to use them. You have ideas, maybe even a concept. Or you want to practice what you learned and your conduct as an executive.

Bring your Customer

Bring your customers with you to a seminar. Here you'll be inspired for collaboration, joint development, open innovation. During off-time, you can work with your customer on ideas for future collaboration.

Compressed Learning

Compressed Learning

Management knowledge compressed into a 1-day seminar, with content conceived especially for your company.

Certification of your Advanced Training

Certification of your Advanced Training

You can book an additional 4-day workshop for certifying your advance training.

Career Support

Career Support

You are pursuing a specific management position. We'll help you in your career.

St. Gallen Tools

St. Gallen Tools

We develop management and leadership instruments that are tailor-made for use at your company.

St. Gallen Inhouse

St. Gallen Inhouse

Seminars with company-specific content. If you have questions about this or need information, please call us at +41 (0) 44 913 1580 or write an email to:
info@mab-edu.com.

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