Implementing Work-Based Change Programme
has been developed for a departmental or divisional manager who wish to work on a change project within their department.
The IWC programme is designed for a departmental or divisional manager who wishes to implement a work-based change project for their department/business unit with their team. This programme is delivered over 8 months, with online content and in-built support from experienced GCWAL facilitators.
Participants will reflect with the GCWAL facilitators on issues or problems within their organisations and identify an issue that they wish to address with their team through a work-based project. They will go through a creative thinking and learning process using the WAL formula. They are introduced to the concepts and practices of Work-Based Learning (WBL), which they then use to plan and implement a project to achieve a specific workplace improvement.
With the guidance of the GCWAL facilitator and the use of the WAL formula, the managers will:
- Identify a real departmental problem to be solved;
- Design a project as a solution with the support of their team;
- Implement the first cycle of the project, reflect and continuously adapt the solution based on real workplace feedback and changing needs; and
- Be mentored to learn and reflect from the experience of solving the real-life work problem to achieve project and learning outcomes.
Participants will complete project plans and an implementation report of the project. Successful completion of this programme will result in the award of certification.
Entrepreneurs as Change Leaders Programme
is a powerful way for small and mid-sized companies to overcome staleness, lack of innovation, and stagnated growth.
The ECL programme is designed for entrepreneurs of small and mid-sized organisations. This programme is delivered over 8 months, with online content and in-built support from GCWAL facilitators.
Each entrepreneur and their team will critically review their practices and identify an area for improvement and change for their organisation. They will then plan and implement an entrepreneurial change project. Through this process, they will have invaluable opportunities to develop essential skills in dealing with entrepreneurial management issues. The reflections and lessons learnt during this programme will be transferable to other projects they undertake.
The entrepreneurs will complete a plan for their entrepreneurial change project and a final report on the implementation process. Successful completion of this programme will result in the award of certification.
Work-Based Manager Development Programme
is a change programme for present and potential managers.