Our leadership development is based on neuroscience (how the brain works), the latest research about human development and needs and how we USE these in our daily lives.
Application of personal learning is vital for growth. This is a multi-layered journey of discovery about how to show up as the best version of yourself every day.
Leadership awareness includes, and is not limited to:
Understanding human needs, human behaviour and how the brain works and impacts our human relationships
Understanding 'current time’ leadership – what is required of you as a leader, how to stay agile, flexible and always learning
Leading self – emotional awareness, self-awareness and emotional regulation
Resilience, stress, anxiety, social issues and how to approach these
Communication and conversation skills, resulting in improved inter-personal relationships
Leading others – creating leaders
Change – the only constant in life. How to assess, understand and channel change for good
We offer a fully developed Leadership Awareness and Development program (LAD) or we can customise a program to suit your needs. The above offering is modular and can be presented face-to-face or in a blended virtual way (online course content and Zoom support calls). The timing of learning is also negotiable, as in days or weeks or months that suit your business requirements, the learners' abilities and customer requirements.
Coaching Conversations for Leaders
All leadership is about change.
It is influencing people to make the change necessary to move closer to a common goal.
There are many techniques leaders can use to influence people and ways to help them make the required changes.
Coaching is one of those techniques that not only empowers people to make changes, but helps them learn along the way.
In a world where as Alan Toffler puts it, "The illiterate of the future will not be those who cannot read or write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn," ...
... surely coaching is one of the most valuable skills a leader can possess to facilitate the changes required for the potential of individuals, teams and companies to be realised.
Clifford Morgan – Organisational Psychologist