Dr Marius Ungerer, an associate professor at the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB), will be hosting a leadership workshop in Johannesburg and Cape Town, focusing on 'developing the self'.
The purpose of the one-day workshop is to develop 'Leadership of Self' by developing a thorough understanding about the essential competencies that leaders use in order to be influential and have a positive impact in the world. The workshop enables the 'how-to' of refining one's natural leadership style and strengths.
Ungerer recently co-authored the book Leadership for All. The book will underpin the content of this leadership day. As part of the experience, each participant will receive a copy of the book, which will be used in the workshop in order to enable a well-rounded, well-informed and wholesome learning experience on the day.
Ungerer currently teaches strategic management, leadership and change management on the MBA programme at the USB. He has taught in Japan since 2009 on an international MBA programme and visited China, India and South Korea as part of an MBA exchange programme.
In addition to his academic qualifications, Ungerer has 25 years’ experience in various industries, with the focus on Organisational Strategy and Leadership Development. As a registered industrial psychologist, management service adviser and systems thinking coach, he specialises in Organisational Strategy, Change Management, Leadership and Intellectual Capital. Ungerer combines his extensive experience, academic qualifications and his passion for strategy in order to consult in his field of expertise and run business turnaround initiatives.
The Gauteng workshops will take place on Wednesday, 17 July and Friday, 25 October from 08h00 until 17h00 at the WorldsView Academy, WorldsView House, 150 Kelvin Drive, Woodmead.
The Cape Town workshops will take place on Friday, 19 July and Friday, 18 October from 08h00 until 17h00 at the Atlantic Imbizo Conference Centre, Clock Tower Offices, V&A Waterfront.
To book your place, please contact Johleen on 021 913 3507 or via email: Johleen@symphonia.net.