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Future Leaders complete this year's first Digital Leadership Bootcamp

Future Leaders complete this year's first Digital Leadership Bootcamp

Friday 05 March 2021

Future Leaders complete this year's first Digital Leadership Bootcamp

Friday 05 March 2021

A virtual course has been staged that focused on equipping leaders with essential skills and mindsets for the digital age.

The Future Leaders Digital Leadership Bootcamp, run by Avado through The Digital Greenhouse, ran across two consecutive mornings and focused on four main subjects; digital context, customer obsession, design thinking and agile, and innovation culture.

Attendees from local companies including Orchard PR, Specsavers, RAW Capital, Prosperity 24/7 and Guernsey Post finished the course with actionable knowledge to shape their work going forward.   

Mike Wilkins, Digital Content Director for Orchard PR said he had found the course "thought-provoking".

"There was a perfect blend of theory, practical exercises and relevant examples. It reinforced our belief that the customer is at the heart of everything we do and how, through agile ways of thinking, embracing data and enabling a culture of innovation, any organisation can create value and gain a competitive advantage.”

James Travers, Director & Head of Operations at RAW Capital Partners said the bootcamp was insightful and informative for anyone involved in the planning, development or application of technology at work.

"After just two mornings' fast-paced and interactive tuition, I feel better informed, more confident and totally inspired to manage the technological transformation of our business."

The Avado course was run as part of the SMART Guernsey Economic Development programme powered by Agilisys Guernsey. 

The next Digital Leadership bootcamp will be held virtually on 26 & 27 May and is open to attendees. 

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