Leadership Development 

Today’s business success increasingly depends on your ability to get people to follow you as a leader, not because they have to, but because they want to. Participants in Omnia leadership development programmes are able to step out of their comfort zone, exceed personal limitations, and experience leadership first hand.

With extensive military experience, the Omnia Discovery team offers various leadership development experiences that will encourage students to step out of their comfort zone, by taking part in intensive, real-life situational challenges, where they will lead a team in difficult and challenging environments.      

Omnia Discovery offers a modular leadership development course with a blend of in-class sessions and real situational leadership challenges based upon the methodologies used by leading western militaries for leadership development.

 

Leadership Development course  

Our 2-3-day Leadership Development course is designed to provide promising students, professionals and executives the skills, tools, and competencies they require to effectively operate in today’s constantly changing and challenging business environment.

The program will enable participants to:

  • Meet existing and future business challenges with higher confidence and understanding.

  • Develop the skills, knowledge, and competencies that maximize management and leadership potential.

  • Knowing better their own personal leadership strengths and weaknesses.

The programme is available both as an academic credited course and as a closed corporate program, often delivered within your own workplace, and is facilitated by experienced professionals who have a track record in military and business leadership training. The programme can be tailored to your requirements and aims to develop your business leadership and senior management skills and understanding, ensuring a critical appreciation of the theories, tools, techniques, and applications of leadership and management in your organization.

The Course’s aims are to improve your personal effectiveness, contributing to improved organizational performance, and thereby enhancing the quality of management as a profession. The program focuses upon applied learning, encouraging students to relate new knowledge and skills to real leadership and management scenarios.

 

 

 

Mindfulness Programmes

 

Mindfulness is becoming a mainstream corporate practice with potential benefits to both the individual worker and manager as well as to the organization collectively.

Mindfulness is also a great technique to enhance creativity, to reduce the reactivity of the reptilian brain (relentless mind), increase resilience, stimulate the neocortex, as well as improve emotional intelligence. Therefore, global companies such as Intel, 3M, SAP, McKinsey, Goldman Sachs and Google (“Innovation Time Off”) have already utilized Mindfulness training programs, and regularly encourage their employees to take time during work – to let their minds wander and to pursue and share personal passions.

 

 

Slowing down, taking a step back, and even napping and mind-wandering, interspersed with diligent focus, are all part of creative Mindfulness or Mindful Innovation. Creativity, that process that leads to innovation, is changing everything, including the way that people and organizations flourish. In a 2010 IBM study, CEOs ranked “creativity” as the most crucial leadership quality for the enterprise of the future. So, how do we become more creative? One way is to turn to the ancient principle of Mindfulness, helping us tap into our innate capacity to imagine, discover new ideas and innovate. So what is Mindfulness? Put simply, it’s a way of engaging with the present. However, you don’t have to sit in silent meditation or chant “om” to grow more Mindful. All you have to do is to pay attention. It’s that simple and that difficult. The art of paying attention, in a world of SMS, Emails, WhatsApp, Instagram, Netflix and Twitter, takes practice.

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