Leadership and strategic planning skills Course

Leadership and strategic planning skills Course




    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.


  • Training participants on the tools and methods of contemporary leadership thought and effective strategic planning, enabling them to apply these theories and transform them into skills and behaviors to lead institutions and workers towards productive efficiency.
  • Characteristics of the ideal leader (credibility - responsibility - courage)
  • Identify the basic concepts of leadership
  • Identify the difference between a manager and a leader in organizations
  • Identify the extent of intellectual development of leadership theories and their impact on decision-making
  • Training on administrative tools and methods to develop leadership skills
  • Identify tools for measuring the effectiveness of leaders in organizations.
  • Providing participants with the basics and importance of strategic management and strategic planning in productive and service organizations and government agencies
  • Study some strategic cases that show that the level of success achieved by organizations that follow strategic management and strategic planning is much better than the level of success achieved by organizations that do not follow that administrative style.


Who should attend?

  • All managers and leaders, regardless of their specializations and organizational levels
  • Those who participate in representing the organization in committees, meetings, and various events, whether at the local or international level
  • All qualified individuals, and all individuals who wish to develop their competencies in the fields of etiquette, first impression, social intelligence, and public speaking in committees, meetings, and events.


Course content:

 Basic concepts in leadership:

  • What is leadership?
  • Is it necessary for a leader to be a manager?
  • The inevitability of having leaders at all levels of management in institutions
  • How is leadership achieved?
  • Can it be dispensed with (find alternatives)
  • Charismatic leadership and transformational leadership - who are the leaders? Are their traits inherited?

 Leadership and leadership work in institutions:

  • The concept of leadership and the leader
  • The importance and necessity of leadership
  • Administrative leadership functions
  • The difference between a leader and a manager

 Intellectual development of leadership theories:

  • The Great Man Theory
  • Trait theory
  • Transitive leadership
  • Situational leadership

Leadership and future challenges:

  • Leadership supervision function
  • The importance of leadership supervision

Leadership styles:

  • Work-focused leadership style.
  • Employee-focused leadership style.
  • Integrative leadership style.
  • Separatist leadership style.

 Ways to develop leadership skills:

  • Influencing others.
  • Building and managing work teams.
  • Motivating others.
  • Delegate tasks.
  • Developing others through the Coaching approach
  • Creating opportunities for improvement.

Measuring the effectiveness of leadership in institutions:

  • Criteria for measuring leader effectiveness
  • How to measure leader effectiveness

Strategic Planning :

  • Defining what is meant by strategic management and strategic planning
  • The difference between contemporary strategic management and traditional management
  • Why strategic planning?
  • Strategic planning is an integrated and continuous system
  • Strategic planning is a way of thinking
  • Strategic thinking
  • Strategic management
  • Ancient and modern planning styles and schools
  • The difference between strategic and operational planning
  • The difference between long-term planning and strategic planning
  • Why don't people plan strategically?
  • Ten reasons for the failure of the strategic plan
  • Basic requirements for adopting the strategic management method:
    • Support senior management
    • Providing an advanced management information system
    • Providing a work team equipped with administrative, linguistic and statistical skills in addition to the skills of using advanced information systems
  • Preparing to develop the strategy:
    • Study management philosophy, incentive systems, and organizational culture
    • The strategic vision of the organization’s mission
    • Survey and study of the external environment
    • Local and global economic conditions
    • Study of social and political conditions
    • Survey of technical conditions
    • Deducing trends that are emerging as a result of studying previous variables
    • Identify opportunities and challenges in the global market
  • The rise and fall of the wave of strategic planning
  • The future aspect of the strategic plan
  • Identifying available strategic alternatives
  • Methods for selecting the optimal strategic alternative for the organization
  • Strategy implementation:
    • Choosing the appropriate leadership
    • Determine appropriate financial budgets
    • Creating the appropriate organizational culture
    • Choosing the organizational structure
    • Identify and select appropriate human resources.
  • Strategic review and the role of the Board of Directors in that