The role of leadership is
something we can all step into with input and support from peers and
colleagues. If you are managing one person or a whole team – you will be having
an impact every day on how effectively people and your organisation develop and
succeed. This programme will help you to gain greater self-awareness,
consider how to motivate and support others and understand more about teams and
managing change. It will also help you to understand the difference between
leadership and management and build your confidence to consider what it means
to be a leader.
Who is it for?
This leadership programme is aimed at current or aspiring leaders within established third sector organisations who would like to develop their skills as an effective, progressive, and self-aware leader.
Location: Deaf Action, 49 Albany Street, EDINBURGH, EH13QY
|17 & 18 January 2024
|12 & 13 February 2024
|4 & 5 March 2024
10:00 - 4:00pmDuration:
Cost: This programme is funded by
Scottish Government through Just Enterprise and places are available at the
highly subsidised rate of £160 for 6 days.
A The single most important determinant of the success of any organisation is the quality of its leadership.
- Develop greater confidence and clarity to step up as a leader
- Enhance your skills to motivate, engage and lead others
- Learn from your peers and build a community of aspiring leaders in the sector
- On completion of this programme participants have the opportunity to complete a 10-credit SCQF level 9 Social Enterprise Academy Leadership Award qualification that is credit rated by Glasgow Caledonian University, at an additional cost of £120
Mairi is an experienced Organisational Learning and Development Consultant and for the last 20 years she has worked with organisations throughout the UK and abroad. Mairi was previously a mental health practitioner and as such has always been interested in issues of well-being in the workplace.
Programme Manager Louise Ross | 0300 302 3333 | email@example.com