Management Development Programme
This virtual learning programme equips middle managers with the skills they need to empower their teams and drive performance.
Unique Learning for Managers
AMI’s unique blended learning approach ensures that participants learn quickly and effectively. The interactive virtual workshops, online learning platforms, team-based activities, on-the-job practice, and real-time feedback can be customised to meet your organisation’s particular needs.
90% of companies that have participated in this programme have reported tangible improvements in staff performance. 95% said that they were more effective at work with 97% reporting that they had directly applied what they learned.
Cohorts Now Enroling for 2022
March 17, 2022 (English)
April 27, 2022 (French)
About the programme
This highly practical and comprehensive programme aims at elevating the performance of your team leaders and middle-level managers. Throughout the six months, participants gain effective tools and strategies in key areas like leadership, supervision, project management, team building, and problem-solving.
- Designed for
Middle managers, new managers, & supervisors
- Key topics
Goal-setting & planning, Personal productivity, Empowerment, Influence & communication, Feedback, Problem-solving, Performance management, Coaching, Team dynamics, Self-management & stress
- Key outcomes
Managers are equipped to effectively manage themselves, empower their teams & drive performance
- Core components
4-6 month blended programme. Includes:
- 6 virtual learning lab workshops
- 9 online courses & practical tools
- 1 Change Challenge practical project
- Virtual graduation event
Monthly interactive virtual workshops that enable you to learn and network with other managers across Africa
Access to 9 online courses & practical tools through AMI’s learning platform and mobile app
Practical downloadable tools and online courses so you can apply what you learn directly in your organisation
The most valuable lesson I took away from this training is that in order to successfully lead others, you must learn to effectively lead yourself. While this seems like a simple concept, it can be challenging for many managers. Learning how to accept criticism and feedback from team members is difficult and uncomfortable, but crucial for continuing to learn, grow and develop important leadership skills.
Ida Ogembo, Assistant Manager, Retention, d.light, Kenya
About the African Management Institute (AMI)
AMI enables ambitious businesses across Africa to thrive, through practical tools and training. We equip entrepreneurs with tools to build their business, help companies train their teams and run work readiness programmes for young people starting their careers. AMI’s programmes combine online and mobile tools with virtual training, in-person workshops and on-the-job practice and support. We’ve worked with a range of businesses and organisations to support entrepreneurs and managers build and grow their businesses across Africa including Uber, Nestle, Radisson Blu, Mastercard Foundation, USAID, Shell Foundation and Equity Bank.AMI has offices in Nairobi, Kenya, Kigali, Rwanda, and Johannesburg, South Africa.
AMI has 70+ staff with offices and presence in 7 countries; Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, and Uganda. Our programmes have reached over 35,000 individuals in 39 countries across Africa.