£480 + VAT
Leadership Roles in making Strategic Planning work
- Understanding the context
- Sponsoring the process
- Championing the process
- Facilitating the process
- Fostering collective leadership (and followership)
- Using dialogue and deliberation to create a meaningful process
- Making and implementing decisions in arenas
- Enforcing norms, settling disputes and managing residual conflicts
- Elected and appointed policymakers, managers, and planners in governments, public agencies, and non-profit organisations who are responsible for and who want to learn more about strategic planning and management.
- City council members, mayors, city managers, administrators, and planners.
- Sheriffs, police chiefs, fire chiefs, and their staffs.
- School board members, administrators, and staff.
- County commissioners, administrators, and planners.
- Governors, state cabinet secretaries, administrators, and planners.
- Chief executive officers, chief administrative officers, chief financial officers, and chief information officers.
- Executive directors, deputy directors, and unit directors.
- Presidents and vice presidents.
- Boards of directors of non-profit organisations.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to understand what leaders will need to do to get started with the strategic planning and to make it work.