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Short Course - Adaptive Leadership, 4-5 November 2017, AUA

Publish Date: Oct 13, 2017

Event Dates: from Nov 04, 2017 12:00 to Nov 05, 2017 12:00


Adaptive leadership is a practical framework of skills necessary for making significant changes in any sector. The format of adaptive leadership highlights the creation of adaptive capacity between organizations and employees. This course is aimed at helping individuals and organizations to identify the right problems to solve, as well as providing ideas on how to manage their stakeholders to better address adaptive challenges. Introducing you to the main tools of Adaptive Leadership, the course will show how you can apply these tools within your organization or community life to achieve a long-term impact. Important notice: the methodology of this course can create discomfort to some, or even be offensive to some participant; we request extra tolerance and cooperation from the participant to this course.

In this course you will

  • Get familiar with basic concepts of Adaptive Leadership
  • Realize your own leadership and impact-making capacity
  • Understand adaptive elements of your challenge
  • Define your key stakeholders and the way to manage them to address the challenge
  • Acquire practical knowledge on best practices in the field of leadership
  • Learn to intelligently address challenges, proposing appropriate solutions.
  • Participate in group consultations
  • Attend a movie night

Schedule:    Nov 4,    9:00 – 21:00

                  Nov 5,    9:00 – 19:30

Course Fee:  AMD 75,000

About the Instructor

Dr. Martin Galstyan holds postgraduate degree from John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He is the Director of Central Bank of Armenia’s Research and Training Centre in Dilijan.

At AUA he teaches “Microeconomics of Competitiveness” taught in affiliation with Harvard Business School’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. Dr. Galstyan is the first recipient of Excellence in Teaching Award at the American University of Armenia.

Dr. Galstyan is a Board Member of Dilijan Development Foundation, a Board Member of Scholae Mundi Foundation Armenia for new educational opportunities and also a Board Member of Dilijan Central School (Ayb Educational Foundation).

Along with her ACCA and MBA she recently certified as a CEFE Trainer (Competency Based Economies through Formation of Entrepreneurs), a hands-on, interactive a visual methodology used in situational business games.

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