AME Programme description
The AME programme helps you adopt the right mindset and tools to foster collaboration and innovation.
- Create a climate for innovation and change
- Navigate effectively in the business world to foster engagement
- Succeed in the transition from doing things yourself, to doing things with and through others
- Explore new levers for success in a diverse and complex digital world
- Develop communication and performance skills
Functional managers who have been approached for a career in general management within the company.
CEDEP- INSEAD Viatte – Bd de Constance 77300 Fontainebleau France
Functional managers in a company that is not competing with our members.
Minimum 5 years of management experience.
Duration of the Training and Organisation Modalities
9 days – Minimum of 15 people and maximum of 30 people.
At least 11 working days
Waking up – Replacing your old brain with a new one
Discover where your mental models block change. Learn to use collaboration to make things happen and turn ideas into action.
Market place of ideas
Share your business challenges and identify their root cause (rather than addressing the symptoms). Also, learn to ask powerful questions – one of the most important leadership skills today.
Balancing person and performance: Making decisions under pressure
Learn to adapt your behaviour. It’s not a question of choosing between people and performance – both are needed to move your company’s challenges forward.
Case studies followed by analysis and discussion
Emotional Intelligence and the art of listening : Develop the ability to monitor your own emotions and those of others. Use this information to guide behaviour. Be able to put yourself in the shoes of those who are to be convinced of implementing the project in order to gain their support and create the right context for innovation.
EQi diagnosis and coaching
Coaching: How does its current capacity block or help the path of innovation and transformation? Successful managers recognise their strengths and continually seek small but significant changes in behaviour.
360° Feedback and coaching
Managing without formal authority
Using a simulation, experiment and test your change management skills and your ability to build relationships and align the team in order to convince your organisation to adopt and implement your new project. Map the stakeholders in your organisation.
Simulation, group work
Stakeholder Matrix, Fair Process and Challenge Workshop
Understand the different sequences for engaging others effectively. Learn the integrative approach of Fair Process to actively engage and connect with individuals and teams by listening more, asking more and saying less. This encourages all concerned or involved to support your business challenge.
Course, application exercise and discussion
Managing yourself and others : Explore the developmental challenges and personal transitions one goes through in accessing roles requiring more leadership skills. Also discover the deeper personal challenges of managing others.
Classes and discussions
How do you use your time? : As part of a co-coaching exercise, explore how to redirect your time and energy and adapt your behaviour in order to successfully make the transition from doing things yourself to doing them with and through others.
Peer coaching, classes and discussions
Managing your network : Learn strategies for building and using networks more effectively to develop leadership capacity and career development, and connect with different units and stakeholders beyond your area of expertise to gain support for your ideas and ensure they are implemented.
Individual diagnosis, classes and discussion
Diversity and Culture: Learning to work effectively and sensitively with counterparts in the global marketplace where different cultural realities characterise how people think and how they achieve results.
Classes, discussions and group work
Becoming aware of complexity
Understand the challenges of a world that has become more complex and uncertain, the speed of change (e.g. digital and environmental), and the interactions between the different components of the context.
Classes and discussion
Decision-making under uncertainty
Decision-making has never been more difficult. Develop the understanding, mindset and skills to turn decision-making into a competitive advantage, giving your organisation the best chance of success in an uncertain business environment.
Classes and discussion
Communication: Impact and Influence : Learn the tools and techniques to increase personal impact and communicate effectively: methods to engage and inspire, storytelling and conducting difficult conversations.
Inspiration through storytelling : Applied project work
Group work, theatre techniques
Resilience, Stress and Energy Management : Learn how to manage stress and discover where your boundry between positive and negative “stress” lies in order to develop resilience and to monitor your mental state. Also learn how to stimulate your team’s energy, while stimulating your own to improve working conditions.
Classes and discussions
Toolbox and action plan: This is followed by a development exercise aimed at projecting yourself into the company and establishing an action plan.
Action plan, discussion
Nana von Bernuth, Programme Director and CEDEP Professor, Business Coach, INSEAD
Liri Andersson, expert and consultant in strategy and digital, founder of Thisfluidworld.
Albert Angerhn: Professor of Information Technology and Entrepreneurship, INSEAD.
Christophe Gillet: Former Director of Business Innovation for SONY Business Europe, specialist in innovation, transformation, change management and leadership
Thomas Hellwig, Doctor of Medicine, Coach, Adjunct Professor Organisation Behaviour at INSEAD
Didi Hopkins, Actress, director, trainer and leadership development coach
Jens Meyer, Adjunct Professor at CEDEP and INSEAD
Simone-Eva Redrupp, Professor Adunct, Speaker and business coach INSEAD
Andrew Sharman, Professor, President IOSH, author
Used Pedagogical Methods and Technical Means
- Courses, discussions, simulations, videos, subgroup work, peer coaching
- Real individual projects in red thread
- Analysis tools and coaching, theatre techniques
- Pedagogical distribution: 50% practical, 50% theoretical input
- Flat room, videos, computers in group work rooms. Round table discussions.
During the training: project that was proposed in its professional context and that serves as a common thread for the application of the concepts shared in the sessions. Individual analysis and evaluation tools.
Continuous observation on the basis of group work (practical cases and group projects).
Attendance sheet for each half day. On-the-spot evaluation, certificate of participation.
€ 12,550 excluding taxes
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Access to training for people with disabilities
Our training courses comply with the requirements for accessibility to the premises for people with disabilities. If necessary, please consult our disability advisor Corinne Delplanque, firstname.lastname@example.org