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AVIRA: Awareness, Vision, Imagination, Role, Action

AVIRA provides a forum for leaders at the top of organisations to learn, reflect, and grow. You will explore and discuss the characteristics of effective top executives.

Upcoming Sessions
5 days
S$ 34,900

Content Overview

AVIRA is a peer-led seminar, raising questions and contesting alternatives through group and plenary interaction, as well as active exchange with session leaders. Beyond information and knowledge, the programme includes a transformational module based on peer coaching, facilitated by a professional coach and including post-programme follow-up.

Condensed into five intensive days, the programme is fully residential and takes place on campus.



  • What are the shifts and trends in the world economy and where it is headed?
  • What is the role of business in society (climate change, inequality, gender disparity and water security)?
  • What is your professional identity and leadership style?
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  • What is your organisation’s aspiration? Will it inspire performance and attract financial, intellectual and human capital resources? 
  • How does your organisation fit in the world? In what world does your organisation fit?
  • How future-proof in an ever-changing environment is your vision and strategy?
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  • What is the role of imagination in framing and choosing goals? 
  • How to think outside the box and create alternative business models?
  • What is the role of imagination in non-market strategy?
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  • What is the leader’s role?
  • What does it take to transform an organisation?
  • How do you assure the organisation’s future and develop intellectual, human and social capital?
  • What is your accountability and stewardship for nature’s ecosystem – where to start and where to stop?


  • How to be a leader of transformation and not only a manager of turnaround?
  • How to close the knowing-doing gap?
  • What is the logic of collaboration and architecture of partnerships?