Doing Business the Liverpool Way
Mon 13th May 2013 | Football Club Management
Liverpool Football Club has teamed up with the London School of Business & Finance to form LFC E.L.I.T.E.S, an initiative delivering global training and education exploring the transferable skills and strategies between sport and business.
The dynamic new five–day CPD Management and Leadership programme is for business leaders of any sector looking for new ways to inspire and be inspired.
Designed by an elite team of LFC coaches and LSBF management academics, and supported by guest lecturers and LFC legends like Ian Rush, this innovative programme includes modules in: Leading and Managing Self, High Performance Teams, Strategic Design and Growth, and Leadership in Organisations, all taught ‘the Liverpool Way’.
Who better to inspire teams on how to be the best manager they can be, than the combination of an award-winning global business school and one of the world’s most successful and iconic football clubs?
The first five-day Management and Leadership programmes kicks off at Liverpool FC Academy in Kirkby on Monday 3rd June with further dates available throughout June, July and August. The programme will then travel across the world, taking this unique package to new territories and giving thousands more the opportunity to take part.
To sign up to the Management and Leadership programme, contact the LFC E.L.I.T.E.S team now on +44 (0)151 559 3434 or email email@example.com.
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