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Short online courses

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Our short online courses are designed to meet management and professional development challenges common to most organisations. They are available as:  

  • standalone courses for immediate, supported study by individuals;
  • a customised menu of licensed short online courses for supported or unsupported study specifically tailored to your organisation’s needs; or
  • part of a more extensive, customised blended learning solution that combines online learning with additional elements from a wide range of possible learning experiences, such as, face-to-face workshops, individual coaching, and so on.

Below are summaries of our most popular short courses.

Specialist programmes

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Coaching for performance

Developed in partnership with leading coaching specialists Management Futures, this short course will help you develop practical skills and knowledge in workplace performance-based coaching.

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Developing high trust work relationships

The short course was created in partnership with relationships experts Relate and is the UK’s first leadership development course that focuses exclusively on trust and the role it plays in high performing organisations.

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Understanding finance technologies

Developed in collaboration with Innovate Finance, an independent membership association that represents the FinTech sector across the UK, this short course will help you develop your understanding of how digital technologies are disrupting and shaping the future of financial services.

Our short online courses can help you drive and manage change, develop talent and leadership skills and help you drive your business forward. Click on the courses to find out more information:
 

Next steps

Contact our team of executive education advisers to help you find the right programme or combination of programmes for you or your organisation: