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Strategic Thinking

 This one day programme introduces participants to strategic thinking, and provides opportunities for creating appropriate plans based on these strategies.  It uses business simulations and experiential activity to bring the theory and philosophy of strategic thinking to life in a memorable and interactive way.

This is not just about thinking ‘big picture’, but rather creating greater flexibility of thought and resulting behaviours to cope with the ever accelerating rate of change in today’s corporate world.

Creativity and innovation are therefore key ingredients of the day’s content, linked to a pragmatic assessment of what will bring the organisation the results it requires.  Emphasis is placed on your organisation’s core values and how these are translated into day to day behaviours that must be integrated into any strategic and tactical approach.

Strategic thinking is not just the prerogative of the senior management team.  Employees at all levels of the organisation can benefit from this programme, as one of the key benefits is the realisation of how one’s role is aligned to the overall organisational mission, vision and strategy.   Equally understanding the importance of challenging the existing status quo and exploring better and more effective ways of achieving sustainable results cannot be overstated.

For more information or to discuss your requirements, call us on 023 8022 3888 or complete our contact form and we will call you.


Field Dynamics is a consultancy specialising in training & development. We are dedicated to working in partnership with organisations and individuals to help them become the best they can be on a consistent basis.

We work with organisations across the UK and Europe. Our areas of expertise include team building, leadership training and executive coaching.

For further information contact Dan at Field Dynamics on 023 8022 3888, or complete our
contact form and we will contact you.

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