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“Serving my generation with excellence will in turn mean my generation can lead with excellence.”
Onyi Anyado

What are leadership skills ?

doing work together

A global citizen is an individual who is aware of the world and conscious of their role in it. 


They respect and appreciate diversity. They work to understand and add to efforts to achieve social development goals. Global citizens participate in communities at all levels (from local to global) and take responsibility for their actions and interactions with members of their communities and communities abroad.


Global citizens participate as members of an international community and are committed to building this community in a meaningful and positive way. This means that aspiring global citizens need to develop skills related to problem-solving, decision making, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. These five skills are becoming increasingly essential for success in the workplace, as well as in life in general, and can add to your personal and professional growth in a significant way.


In addition, by participating in global citizenship programs at ICY, you will broaden your global perspectives, share points of view, exchange experiences, and experience activities in a creative and responsible environment.


We provide a variety of different training topics for you to choose from, from basic to advanced. This training is completely free with a certificate of completion for individuals and organizations, which we will hold regularly according to an arranged schedule.

Understanding Leadership

  • What is a Leader?

  • Strengths a Good Leader Needs

  • Leadership Styles

  • Developing Your Leadership Style

  • Leading People

  • Ethical Leadership

  • What is the Difference Between a Leader and a Manager?

  • Leadership Trait Theory

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Strategic Thinking Skills

  • Gathering Information for Competitive Intelligence

  • Turning Information Into Action

  • SWOT Analysis

  • PESTLE Analysis

  • Porter's Five Forces

  • The Boston Matrix and The Ansoff Matrix

  • The McKinsey 7 S Model of Organisational Alignment

  • Value Chain Analysis

  • Scenario Analysis

  • Understanding Game Theory

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Management Skills

  • Selecting and Recruiting Skills

  • Induction, Orientation and ‘Onboarding’ Skills

  • Overseeing Work

  • Managing Appraisals and Performance Reviews

  • Discipline and Managing Poor Performance

  • Delegation Skills, How to Delegate

  • Motivating Others

  • Creating a Motivational Environment

  • Workplace Confidentiality

  • Avoiding Common Management Mistakes

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Change Management

  • Understanding Change

  • Creating a Compelling Vision

  • Communicating the Vision

  • Implementing Change

  • Managing Resistance to Change

  • Convince Your Employees to Embrace Change

  • Personal Change Management

  • Facilitation Skills

  • Career Management Skills

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Persuasion and Influencing Skills

  • Developing Persuasion Skills

  • Transactional Analysis

  • Dilts' Logical Levels

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