Public and social profit organizations are under increasing pressure to realize policy objectives as efficiently as possible. They must guarantee a high-quality service with less means. To achieve this, they need to work on leadership development. A personal leadership program fulfills that need.
This Dutch-language program is built around the 19 insights into leadership and the book ‘The Leader’s Clothes’ by Koen Marichal and Jesse Segers. Koen Marichal is the teacher/coach who takes the participants through the program. Based on its societal awareness, Antwerp Management School wants to give a powerful impulse to the professionalization of public institutions and social profit organizations, by offering practice-oriented training programs tailored to the specific management needs of the sector.
Part of Postgraduate
This program is part of a postgraduate degree in public and social profit management. The postgraduate consists of 5 modules of 4 or 5 consecutive Mondays or Thursdays each, with this leadership program as a constant theme and a final paper that participants write based on a management issue within their organization.
Reinforcement of your 'leadership mindset' and your leadership claim as a public manager through:
Insight into the meaning of leadership, the evolutions in leadership and how leadership develops
Reinforcement of your self-awareness as a leader
Insight into the essential mechanisms of leadership: trust, authenticity & political action, and sharing of leadership
Reinforcement of your attentive and open-minded presence
Shaping and delivering of your own leadership story
When you submit your master class project and pass the test, you will receive the certificate Master Class Leadership Program for Public and Social Profit Organizations. If you also follow the other modules within three academic years and pass the tests, you will receive the certificate “Postgraduate Public and Social Profit Management” for a total of 20 study credits.
This program is aimed at staff members from the public and social profit sector who want to broaden their management expertise, further develop themselves and acquire a broader view of the organization. Participants come from municipal staff, OCMWs, schools, city staff, small and larger non-profits, Flemish government institutions, hospitals, health care centers, etc.