5 Days: Leadership, Culture & Management
Deeper Knowledge and Skills is Preferred
- Starts 1 Apr 2024Starts 1 Apr 2024
- 1,250 British pounds£1,250
- Brooker Road
Day 1: From Idea to Implementation • Brainstorming techniques for innovative ideas. • Market research methods to validate ideas. • Identifying customer pain points and potential solutions. • Creating a step-by-step implementation roadmap. • Resource allocation and timeline management. • Building a cross-functional implementation team. • Monitoring project progress and milestones. • Gathering feedback and making iterative improvements. • Ensuring scalability and long-term sustainability. Day 2: Financial Strategies and Capital Raising • Understanding bootstrapping vs. external funding. • Exploring various funding sources: venture capital, angel investors, crowdfunding. • Crafting a compelling pitch and business plan. • Equity financing vs. debt financing. • Grants, subsidies, and government programs. • Negotiating terms and agreements with investors. • Budgeting and financial forecasting. • Cash flow management and working capital. • Maintaining financial health and managing growth. Day 3: Effective Risk Management • Identifying potential business risks. • Assessing the impact and likelihood of risks. • Prioritising risks for effective mitigation. • Developing risk mitigation plans. • Implementing safeguards and controls. • Business continuity planning and disaster recovery. • Creating crisis communication strategies. • Adapting to unexpected disruptions. • Learning from failures and setbacks. Day 4: Strategic Operations and Marketing • Process optimisation and streamlining. • Implementing performance metrics and KPIs. • Inventory management and supply chain optimization. • Crafting a compelling brand identity. • Developing a targeted marketing plan. • Leveraging digital marketing and social media. • Understanding customer needs and preferences. • Building strong customer relationships. • Incorporating customer feedback for continuous improvement. Day 5: Corporate Responsibility and Leadership • Importance of corporate ethics and integrity. • Embedding ethical values in the organisation. • Navigating ethical dilemmas and decision-making. • Environmental sustainability practices. • Social impact initiatives and community engagement. • Balancing profit with social and environmental contributions. • Developing effective leadership skills. • Fostering a positive and inclusive organisational culture. • Leading through change and inspiring teams.
121 Brooker Road, Waltham Abbey, UK