Faculty: Martin Oduor Otieno
Cost: KSh 25,000
Course Dates: October 6, 2018 or December 1, 2018
The words “vision” and “strategy” often evoke as much terror as they do inspiration. We tend to think
only of legendary CEOs and heads of state – Bob Collymore, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela. Yet the truth
is, learning to articulate a compelling vision and strategy aren’t just for the legends. It’s also for every
emerging leader who wants to have a deep and lasting impact on their organization.
That’s the theme of this highly practical one-day workshop, which will address a series of relevant issues
to try to demystify vision and strategy. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of these twin
challenges, and with skills they can use to more clearly and powerfully articulate vision and strategy.
Among other things, participants will discover elements of a compelling vision and strategy; how vision
and strategy connect with values and tactics; how to get colleagues to buy into your vision; and how to
turn strategy into reality for your team.
The workshop will be led by Martin Oduor Otieno, a former CEO and longtime leadership consultant,
who has worked with scores of executives on these very issues. Mr. Otieno is the former longtime top
executive of Kenya Commercial Bank, a tenure that culminated in his serving as Chief Executive Office
for six years. A former Permanent Secretary of Kenya’s Ministry of Finance and Planning, Mr. Otieno also has served as a director on the boards of Deloitte East Africa, East African Breweries, Ltd., and British American Tobacco Kenya.
What You Will Learn:
- How effectively communicating vision and strategy leads to greater impact within your
- How to articulate a vision and strategy in your specific role.
- How to use the most effective channels for communicating vision and strategy.
- How to get buy in for a vision and strategy.
- How to turn a strategy into reality.
Participants who register and attend four or more courses are eligible for an Executive Certificate in Effective Leadership Communication