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Why choose this programme?
Senior leadership teams in Ireland’s foreign multinationals are being challenged to become more strategic in terms of their influence and impact. To show unique value, leaders must leverage the strengths of their Irish divisions with a show of capabilities and efficiencies that cannot be easily replicated elsewhere.
The Leading with Strategic Intent programme has been designed to address the critical challenges facing leaders in multinationals, from building and sustaining a sphere of influence and developing a transformative mindset to navigating cultural complexities and building a pipeline of future leaders.
Developing a transformative mindset in your senior leadership team, enhancing their readiness for sudden change.
Proactively influence the strategic direction of your subsidiary and communicate the value you generate back to corporate headquarters.
Define a strategic vision with specific actions to identify opportunities and develop innovations, working with mentors who lead global organisations.
2022 Capstone Event
Participants, programme leaders and mentors talk about the impact the IMI Leading with Strategic Intent programme has had on them and their business.
We talked to participants on the programme, company mentors and Mary Buckley, Executive Director at IDA Ireland.
Key programme takeaways
Make Ireland central. Allow your leaders the space and tools to strategically influence decision-making at corporate headquarters.
Stop thinking about today and start influencing tomorrow. Leave with a concrete strategic blueprint for your organisation going forward.
Define how your Irish office creates and adds value to the corporate headquarters. Define strategies to grow and innovate, and communication tactics to make sure the story is heard internationally.
- Examine the role your subsidiary plays in the overall game plan for the multinational.
- Analyse the polarity between autonomy and HQ oversight.
- Explore a framework for understanding the processes typically present during the evolution of subsidiary strategy.
- Assess the implications of past changes in the charter and capabilities of your subsidiary.
- Identify future success metrics through a shareholder, customer and market value lens.
- Explore differentiation as a source of competitive advantage.
- Craft a unique value proposition.
- Position your strategy and story internally and externally.
- Promote constructive debate and alignment in the senior leadership
- Distinguish your subsidiary by becoming
an incubator of talent.
- Lead virtual and remote teams to drive engagement and agility.
- Identify critical future capabilities to capitalise on emerging investment opportunities.
- Recruit, manage and develop talent virtually.
- Build on your leadership vision for your subsidiary.
- Map your local and global ecosystem and stakeholders, and develop an engagement plan.
- Learn how to manage and strategically
influence stakeholders in a matrix, multicultural context.
- Articulate your value proposition.
- Closed Panel Presentations – each organisation shares and receives feedback on their success narrative and key learnings from the Strategic Blueprint Exercise to a panel of industry experts and IMI associates.
Programme Director: David Cornick
David Cornick is Programme Director for the Leading with Strategic Intent programme. We sat down with him to ask about how leaders in multinational subsidiaries in Ireland can add value back to headquarters and become a part of the strategic conversation.
We are proud to partner with IDA Ireland for the Leading with Strategic Intent programme. Ireland's inward investment promotion agency, the IDA is a non-commercial, semi-state body promoting Foreign Direct Investment into Ireland through a wide range of services.