The MSA European Leadership Program is designed for future leaders and leaders with only limited leadership experience experienced leaders who are supposed to grow into a new role. That program consists of six modules that build on each other and focus on a specific aspect of leadership from a systemic perspective.
Each module will take place in a different MSA location.
All participants independent from the specific MSA country they are from, will undergo the six modules together.
Each module will be partially attended by at least one ELT Member (at the fireside chat) to exchange leadership experiences.
This will also allow all participants to establish relationships cross-Europe and build a Pan-European mindset
What characterizes good leadership is the ability to develop the individual potential of employees and help them to leverage their talents in the workplace. Professional leadership is much more than just expertise, tools and techniques. It is also about leading people in an effective way, taking the meaning and purpose of the entire organization into account.
Leadership is a profession in its own right: Professional leadership requires many skills and tools to be applied in the context of various situations. Good leadership also means being able to reflect on individual experiences and in turn improving the quality of leadership methodically. Beyond that, professional leadership relies on common values and beliefs in an organization.
This curriculum covers the key strategic areas of modern leadership, combining them with the personal profile of the leaders and the culture and values of the respective organization.
Systemic work with leaders means for us that the development of leaders is closely connected with the development of the organization. The inner images and attitudes of leaders are seen as being interdependent with the structures, roles and processes of the system.