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Efficient Manager: Leader’s Skills

The program is developed with adaptation to managerial challenges in the conditions of martial law in Ukraine.


Autumn 2024


2 days





About the program
UCU Business School (LvBS) invites you to take part in the training program "Efficient Manager: Leader's Skills." The aim of the program is to provide participants with ef­fective instruments for managing the directly subordinated personnel. As a result, participants will master a technique of goal setting and task performance, will acquire skills in planning their activities and the activities of their subordinates, will learn how to control the performance of delegated tasks and how to provide feedback.
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As a result of training participants:

  • will receive instruments for the improvement of personal managerial efficiency;
  • will practice instruments for efficient management (setting objectives, motivation techniques, control, goal management, planning);
  • will develop personal and professional communication competences.

After the completion of the program participants will receive a certificate of the Lviv Business School of UCU (LvBS).

Educational Program

Topics that will be covered during the training:

  • Management: key competencies and functions, nuances in conditions of martial law.
  • Approaches to planning in stressful situations. Lessons from the military.
  • Stages of organizing and implementing company employees’ activities.
  • Situational management, leadership styles applicable to crisis situations.
  • Delegation of authority: goals, principles, barriers.
  • Conversation model for delegation.
  • Psychological states of colleagues and their impact on productivity, engagement, and interaction.
  • How the changed context affects team performance.
  • Survivor’s guilt syndrome and refugee syndrome: how they manifest in team members and how to work with them.
  • Readapting team collaboration during war.
  • Changes in team values and their impact on engagement and effectiveness.
  • Multilevel stress, uncertainty, fear, and panic – how they influence the level of trust.
  • Handling difficult conversations with the team.
  • Tools for control and feedback in reorganized teams.
  • Components of influence: models of manager behavior.
  • Effective team management through changing culture and mindset.
  • Emotional capital of a leader: self-awareness, self-regulation, empathy, and relationship management.
For whom

The program is intended for:

  • middle managers;
  • managers, who have recently taken up or plan to take up a position of leadership in the near future.

Contact Person
Natalya Krychkivska
Executive Education Manager