16 September 2020 (Facilitated Online)
This cutting edge neuroscience-based leadership course builds a range of managers’ leadership, results, personal attributes, and relationship capabilities in developing their employees to higher performance, higher engagement and better results through use of our pioneering ‘every day coaching culture leadership’ methodology. The practice empowers team members, helping them to think for themselves more, and take more personal responsibility for a solution-focused approach through a leader’s ‘teach them to fish’ approach and find their own solutions rather than being told. It builds collaboration and improves communication at all levels.
- Take back to the workplace every day coaching culture leadership skills to improve performance and engagement
- Vastly improve communication, resilience and motivating staff into action
- Understand the importance of emotional factors on themselves and others
- Understand the working of the brain and how this knowledge is applied to have better coaching conversations in the workplace (and beyond)
- Thorough understanding of peak performance and situational coaching
- Practical techniques to deal with staff, peers and self, plus improved communication and listening skills.
NSW Public Sector Framework Capabilities
This course is targeted at Adept to Advanced level. The following behaviours from the framework are covered:
People Management: Manage and develop people, Inspire direction and purpose, Optimise business outcomes
- Coach and mentor staff and encourage professional development and continuous learning.
- Build a shared sense of direction, clarify priorities and goals, and inspire others to achieve them.
- Work with others to translate strategic direction into operational goals and build a shared understanding of the link to core business outcomes.
- Create opportunities for recognising and celebrating high performance at individual and team level.
- Initiate and develop longer-term goals and plans to guide the work of the team in line with organisational objectives.
Enquiries: For more information on our learning programs, please contact the IPAA NSW Learning Team on 02 8066 1900 or email [email protected].