Strategic Thinking - 2 Days: 8.30am-4.00pm

In today's business landscape with the rise of AI and automation, the greatest protection an individual or a company can have is the ability to strategically think.

As this activity cannot be overtaken by technology. 

This course is designed to give you or your people the ability to become agile thinkers. This important soft skill will set you apart, ensuring continued growth in an ever-changing world. 

 

Key outcomes

From this course, all participants will gain the following:

  • A personalised communications strategy to embed agile communication strategies to enhance performance. 
  • A full understanding of what it means to be a strategic thinker
  • A full understanding of your behavioural style and how understanding this is the key to strategic thinking. 
  • How to use emotional intelligence to build a strategic and collaborative working environment. 
  • Using creativity as a strategic thinking tool 
  • The ability to create strategic plans which have been fully scoped for new projects. 
  • An understanding of how to embed strategic thinking into micro and macro cultures. 

 

As with all AISS Training courses, there is NO POWERPOINT and the training is hands-on, practical and engaging.

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Nothing soft about the key skills

"The term soft skills is one that annoys LinkedIn Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand, Matt Tindale, because the so-called soft skills are those that should be baked into every employee in the digital economy.  

For Tindale, the term soft skills downplays their importance because they are the skills you need to get the jobs or the promotions.

He says how people get those skills "whether it's university, short online courses online or whatever" is vitally important to creating the mobile, agile and educated workforce we need to thrive in the global digital economy."