Il programma Leadership and Innovation in Disruptive Times di Amani Institute è un percorso di formazione online intensivo.
È studiato appositamente per figure leader nel campo della cooperazione italiana allo sviluppo. Potranno partecipare anche i manager delle organizzazioni partner nei Paesi di cooperazione. Si svolge in 5 settimane tra luglio e settembre 2020. Le lezioni in inglese prevedono ospiti e casi di studio internazionali.
Grazie al sostegno di Innovazione per lo Sviluppo, ai candidati selezionati sono richiesti esclusivamente 75 euro come contributo di iscrizione. DEADLINE PER CANDIDARSI: 21 Giugno 2020
Reagire in maniera tempestiva allo scenario immediato della pandemia non basta. Bisogna prepararsi al futuro.
Restrizioni ai viaggi, social distancing e lavoro da remoto cambieranno il modo di relazionarsi con colleghi. sostenitori e beneficiari dei progetti.
C'è bisogno di leader visionari e concreti che sappiano guidare unatrasformazione profonda.
A CHI SI RIVOLGE
Il corso è stato studiato per un massimo di 25 senior manager di qualsiasi nazionalità di organizzazioni della società civile ed enti pubblici del sistema di cooperazione italiano.
Si rivolge a chi esercita già ruoli di leadership ma riconosce la necessità di sviluppare nuovi mindset, elaborare soluzioni innovative, adottare strumenti originali per ripensare il modello di business e di impatto sociale.
LEZIONI E DOCENTI
I webinar sono sessioni live altamente interattive, con lavoro di gruppo e individuale.
Tutte le lezioni si tengono in inglese con docenti di Amani Institute ed esperti internazionali con riconosciuta esperienza sul campo.
Una piattaforma di e-learning dedicata faciliterà l'interazione tra partecipanti, docenti e guest speaker.
Tutti gli elementi del programma sono studiati per facilitare l'immediata applicazione pratica delle competenze e degli strumenti sul proprio lavoro, la collaborazione e lo sviluppo del network.
5 webinar da 90 minuti
Il Problem solving e il pensiero sistemico per rinnovare modelli di business e di impatto.
5 webinar da 90 minuti
Una leadership che sappia adattarsi ai cambiamenti di scenario, gestire la complessità, navigare le polarità.
Stimoli costanti per mettere in pratica competenze e tool acquisiti nella propria realtà lavorativa.
2 sedute individuali di un'ora
L'opportunità di confronto per discutere come adattare innovazione e leadership al proprio contesto di lavoro e al proprio team.
Esercizi di gruppo favoriscono la collaborazione tra pari. Guest speaker e docenti abilitano connessioni internazionali.
3-7 ore a settimana (in autonomia)
Letture, video, ricerche, peer feedback e lavoro di gruppo, per approfondire in base alla propria disponibilità di tempo.
Tutti i webinar si tengono dalle 8.30 alle 10. È richiesta la partecipazione live. Saranno disponibili le registrazioni video delle sessioni, ma per la certificazione finale è necessario aver partecipato a minimo 7 webinar su 10.
Approfitta subito dell'opportunità di frequentare un corso di altissimo livello!
COMPILA IL FORM
Fino al 21 Giugno2020 è possibile candidarsi compilando il modulo in inglese. I partecipanti saranno selezionati per garantire diversity e qualità del gruppo, oltre che assicurare accesso a organizzazioni diverse.
Le selezioni avverranno tra il 22 e il 23 Giugno.
Entro il 24 Giugno i candidati selezionati saranno contatti e invitati a confermare l'iscrizione con il pagamento via PayPal dei 75 euro di contributo.
L'invio della ricevuta di pagamento dà accesso alla piattaforma dedicata di e-learning a partire dal 1 luglio 2020. Partecipare live al 70% dei webinar è necessario per ricevere l'attestato di frequenza.
L’iniziativa Leadership and Innovation in Disruptive Times è organizzata da Amani Institute ed è sostenuta da Fondazione Cariplo e Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo nell’ambito del programma Innovazione per lo Sviluppo.
Amani Institute è un ente non profit registrato negli Stati Uniti, con sedi in Kenya, India e Brasile, che forma professionisti per l'impatto sociale.
500 Fellow da 63 Paesi hanno frequentato il corso post-laurea in Social Innovation Management. Amani Institute ha sviluppato 130 progetti di leadership development per oltre 80 organizzazioni (tra cui Unicef, Oxfam, WWF, Norvegian Refugee Council, USAID), con interventi in tutto il mondo, dall'Argentina agli USA, dalla Somalia ai Paesi Bassi, dalla Giordania alla Thailandia.
Innovazione per lo Sviluppo è un programma di Fondazione CariploeFondazione Compagnia di San Paolocon l’obiettivo di promuovere l'innovazione nel settore della cooperazione internazionale allo sviluppo attraverso attività di: open innovation / sfide, formazione, networking.
Il programma è realizzato con il coinvolgimento di partner provenienti dal mondo dell’innovazione e della tecnologia (data for good, fabbricazione digitale, ICT for development).
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