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The “What a Day” simulation helps leaders fine-tune their priorities to achieve maximum effectiveness. It also generates valuable insight into the strengths and weaknesses of leadership teams.

The simulation is developed in close cooperation with professor Albert Ahngehrn from INSEAD Business School.

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Leadership effectiveness training
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What a Day debriefing with professor A. Ahngehrn

GENERAL LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS TRAINING

A global Fortune 500 corporation use "What a Day" as part of its talent program. The talent program consists of three overall steps - each focusing on a different aspect of leadership; Team building, Individual leadership and Network. "What a Day" is the main content in the individual leadership part - and certified facilitators from the organizations own HR staff carry out the debriefing in smaller training sessions.


NEW MANAGERS PROGRAM​​​
 

A global corporation uses "What a Day" as a key element of its New Managers Program. In this case, recently promoted or hired leaders play individually online and are debriefed in virtual meetings.


TOP MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE

A global corporation used "What a Day" to make discussions and reflections about leadership behavior concrete and tangible.

300 participants played in teams of 3.

 


MBA PROGRAM
 

"What a Day" is regularly played at Business Schools as part of MBA and other leadership programs.