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Firsts. There are many “firsts” in our lives.

First date. First kiss. First concert. First car. First album or CD you bought and listened to. First time leaving home. First heartbreak. First child’s birth. Think about these “firsts.”

I bet you remember a lot about those or other important “firsts” in your life.

Here is another “first,” your promotion into your first managerial role, the first formal leadership position you have ever had.

All you have known in your career is work, work, work. And you were killing it.

And the reward for your hard work?

Your business is growing and you are employing a team of people.

You got a promotion at work and you are leading a team of people.

You are a full time boss, a leader for the first time in your life.

You are now leading a group of people for the first time in your career.

How do you lead? What is your leadership style? How do move from being a team-member doing your work to being a leader, responsible for others?

What is your leadership style? How do you lead during a crisis? How do you deal with poor-performing staff and how do you build a high-performing team?

Having that supervisor, manager, director or CEO title, or something similar, looks good on your business card, doesn’t it? You should feel proud, it Is a big deal. And as a new leader, you probably hope to be a great boss, a boss everyone wants to work for.

But what makes a great leader? What does that even look like?

“Good leaders have vision and inspire others to help them turn vision into reality. Great leaders create more leaders, not followers. Great leaders have vision, share vision, and inspire others to create their own.” ― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

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The Programme

This three months leadership programme focuses on the following:

Lecture 1: Introduction to Leadership – Saturday, 27 June 2020 – Dr Roche Mamabolo [0900 – 1430]

  • What is Leadership?
  • Psychometric assessment – What is your leadership style?
  • Leadership vs. Management
  • Various Leadership Styles
  • Transitioning from Doing to Leading
  • Leadership Balance Sheet
  • Case Studies
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 30 June 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecture 2: 5 Levels of Leadership – Saturday, 11 July 2020 – Dr Roche Mamabolo [0900 – 1430]

  • 5 Levels of Leadership
  • The Law of Leadership Lid
  • Values, Ethics, Integrity, Governance and Morals
  • African vs. Western vs. Eastern Leadership Style
  • Servant Leadership
  • Case Studies
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 14 July 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecture 3: African Leadership Style – Saturday, 18 July 2020 [0900 – 1430] – Dr Lucas Moloi 

  • Understanding the History and Evolution of African Leadership
  • Leadership in the African Context
  • African Leadership Style
  • 5 dynamic Leaders and their Lessons
  • Case Studies
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 21 July 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecture 4: Political Leadership – Saturday, 25 July 2020 – Dr Dumisani Tembe [0900 – 1430] 

  • Good governance in Africa
  • What is Political Leadership
  • How does this Leadership impacts Business
  • Activism, Revolutions
  • Various Political Leaders and their Styles
  • Relationship between political and business leaders
  • Case Studies
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 28 July 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecture 5: Women Leadership – Saturday, 08 August 2020 – Ms. Rachel Nyaradzo Adams/Ms. Liabo Setho

  • Women in Leadership Positions
  • Afrikan Gender Studies
  • Leading a diverse team
  • How to deal with imposter Syndrome
  • Case Studies
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 11 August 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecture 6: Leading in the 4th Industrial Revolution – Saturday, 15 August 2020 – Dr Roche Mamabolo

  • What is the 4th Industrial Revolution
  • What does Leadership 4.0 look like?
  • How to lead Millenial and Gen Z
  • Infinite Games
  • Case Studies
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 18 August 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecture 7: Leading High Performance Teams – Saturday, – 22 August – Dr. Roche Mamabolo 

  • Develop strong, influential relationships with diverse groups.
  • Motivate and inspire your people, and build successful teams that work together in harmony.
  • Acquire critical coaching skills to help others realise their potential.
  • Make better use of your unique attributes to be a truly authentic leader.
  • Gain skills and tactics to confidently confront poor performance and difficult people.
  • Learn how to empower and delegate, and influence others in situations where you have little control.
  • Leadership Challenge: Tuesday, 25 August 2020 – You will be expected to present your answer to a leadership challenge based on Saturday’s class.

Lecturers

  1. Dr. Roche Mamabolo
  2. Dr. Lucas Moloi
  3. Dr. Dumisani Hlophe
  4. Ms. Rachel Nyaradzo Adams
  5. Ms. Liabo Setho

Case Studies

  1. African Queens Leadership Case Studies [Mmathatisi, Queen Modjadji, Queen Nandi]
  2. BP and Toyota Crisis Case Study – Crisis Management
  3. Ian Fuhr and Sorbet Case Study – Servant Leadership
  4. Politics and Business Leadership Case Study – Corruption and Corporate Fraud
  5. SA Business Leadership in SA
  6. Steve Jobs Leadership Case – Innovation Leadership

Talks and Documentaries

  1. Simon Sinek – How Great Leadership Inspire Action
  2. Ian Furh – Servant Leadership
  3. Drew Dudley – Everyday Leadership
  4. Tim Harford – Trial and Error and The God Complex
  5. Jacqueline Novogratz – Inspiring a Life of Immersion

Cost

  • R5,000 [R1,500 registration, the balance over three months]
  • The cost includes: Access to class sessions, Class notes, and refreshments [tea and coffee]
  • Registration Closing Date: Friday, 26 June 2020

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Venue

Class Dates

  • Lecture 1: Saturday, 27 June, 0900 – 1430 – Dr. Roche Mamabolo [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 30 June – 1830] 
  • Lecture 2: Saturday, 11 July, 0900 – 1430 – Dr. Roche Mamabolo [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 14 July – 1830] 
  • Lecture 3: Saturday, 18 July, 0900 – 1430 – Dr. Lucas Moloi [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 21 July 1830] 
  • Lecture 4: Saturday, 25 July, 0900 – 1430 – Dr. Dumisani Hlophe [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 29 July – 1830] 
  • Lecture 5: Saturday, 08 August, 0900 – 1430 – Ms. Rachel Nyaradzo Adams/Ms. Liabo Setho [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 11 August – 1830]
  • Lecture 6: Saturday, 15 August, 0900 – 1430 – Dr Roche Mamabolo [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 18 August – 1830]
  • Lecture 7: Saturday, 22 August, 0900 – 1430 – Dr Roche Mamabolo [Tutorial Class: Tuesday, 25 August – 1830]
  • Assignments submission: Friday, 09 October

Graduation Ceremony

Graduation: Saturday, 07 November

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