Leadership is relevant to all of us, whether we are managing an enterprise, taking forward a community project or just looking to grow in confidence and make the most of our strengths. On January 30th & 31st at Columba 1400 in Staffin, the Social Enterprise Academy invites you to be part of a special Leadership learning programme, delivered entirely in Gaelic medium. This is our second Gaelic medium programme, following the success of our first programme in Uist this summer, when learners travelled as far as Glasgow to take part.
With your tutors Maggie Cunningham and Anne Martin, you will look at motivation, emotional intelligence and setting and communicating direction. You will develop an understanding of your own leadership style, your strengths and how to build on them. Most importantly you will share your own learning journey with a group of your peers.
There is no cost for the programme, and you can stay overnight at no cost if this helps reduce the travel. The programme is accredited with the Institute of Leadership and Management – you can achieve an ILM Level 5 award (pitched at degree level) in Leadership.
All we require is that you are comfortable learning and sharing your thoughts in Gaelic. The programme will be delivered entirely in Gaelic, though the learning materials will also be available in English.
For more information call Kate on 01408 634486 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Places are limited, please get in touch a.s.a.p. to reserve your place.
Programme Manager (Highlands&Islands)
Social Enterprise Academy
Office 5, Farraline Park
Inverness, IV1 1NH
01463 238 088 | m: 07887 515500 | email@example.com | http://www.theacademy-ssea.org
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