Business managers are facing very challenging times. Understanding how to plan and execute complex strategies that meet the goals of the organization is now critical for both career and business success. Enhance your strategic thinking skills training with this program from SEEC.
Our unique strategic mindset teaching methodology translates strategic analysis into a highly interactive program. Learn how to develop a total strategic mindset to give yourself and your organization a winning edge.
You will learn a structured methodology for thinking that you can use as a template to align your performance to the strategic goals of the organization.
Who Should Attend
This seminar covers all of the major planning issues facing management today in both the private and public sector. It is recommended for any manager or executive…
- with concerns about how strategy is effectively developed, communicated and implemented
- facing the challenge of developing a strategic plan, business plan or functional plan
- new to the position and wanting to align performance to the purpose of the organization
- whose goal is to develop a stronger strategic marketing and customer focus
What You Will Learn
- Apply today’s most advanced strategic planning methodologies to execute new initiatives
- Understand the total strategic mindset: the relationship between your job, the value you create and the strategic goals of your organization
- Identify your critical success factors and barriers to everyday operating performance
- Learn to conduct a thorough SWOT assessement
- Identify best practices for enhancing your strategic contribution to your organization
- Think forward – identify critical success factors for the future, both individually and organizationally
- Understand the key fundamentals of strategic planning and thinking
- Use strategic evaluation tools to improve your abilities in the key areas of: problem solving, communications, conflict management and decision-making
- Learn to conduct an environmental scan to uncover strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats