Master the synthesis of new thinking and practical action.
Our world has become increasingly complex. It is, in fact, more volatile than ever. As developments can no longer be predicted, algorithms help retain control of processes. But how, under such unstable conditions, can you lead yourself and others without developing burnout or falling into self-alienation?
The systemic concept of leadership draws on a variety of sources, including epistemology, humanistic psychology, modern systems theory, and cybernetics. Over the past few years, this approach has produced many practical methods and techniques which have proved to be particularly effective in leading teams and organizations. Systemic management is characterized by its circularity, multiperspectivity, resource-orientation, and sustainability.
Aims and benefits
If you want to lead others, you have to be able to lead yourself first. Therefore, this course does more than provide knowledge: it has been created to give participants the opportunity to experience for themselves what they have learned, and to put their newly acquired knowledge into practice, wherever this is appropriate and possible. An atmosphere of intellectual curiosity encourages participants to team up with like-minded individuals and gain new insights together. With this, the course helps them fulfill three important requirements for a successful career, while helping them improve their leadership skills. It also strengthens their self-awareness and equips them with a heightened sense of self-efficacy.
The compact certificate course is designed for
The concept of this compact training program is perfectly tailored to the needs of the group specified above.
The Compact Certificate in Systemic Leadership Psychology is a part-time course based on a didactic concept tailored to the needs of professional decision makers.
The program comprises eight on-campus sessions discussing the basics and psychological aspects of modern leadership. It introduces systemic techniques of leadership and places great importance on leadership skills and resource-oriented management. Two reflection papers and a final project will allow you to reflect on what you have learned in the context of your own professional situation.
The next course starts on September 21, 2018.More information on costs & teaching principles can be found here.
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The lecturers in this course are proven experts in psychology and leadership and have excellent academic qualifications as well as long-term experience in cooperating with professionals. They will provide a range of practical examples to assist the discussion of and reflection on recent scientific findings.
Scientific management & advisory board Dr. Hans Rudi FischerHans Rudi Fischer is an organizational consultant and coach. He is also a managing partner of the Zentrum für systemische Forschung und Beratung (center for systemic research and consulting) in Heidelberg, Germany. Dr. Heinz K. StahlHeinz Stahl is a freelance business consultant as well as a professor and a research partner of the Interdisciplinary Department of Behavioral Scientific Management at Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Hans Rudi Fischer, Ph.D.Organizational consultant and coach, trainer for systemic consulting and coaching, founder and manager of Zsfb Ltd. – Center for systemic research and consulting, Heidelberg / Germany
Associate Professor Heinz K. Stahl Independent organizational consultant and Research Associate at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Management and Organisational Behaviour at the WU University of Vienna / Austria
Marc RichterMarc Richter is a business administration expert and the procurator of Process People in Paderborn, Germany. He is also a trainer of systemic coaches and organizational consultants at the Zentrum für systemische Forschung und Beratung (center for systemic research and consulting) in Heidelberg, Germany.
The MCI certificate programs have been designed to meet the highest international quality standards. They are continuously assessed by internal and external bodies.
All business-related MCI study programs have been accredited by the renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).