Essential Leadership Skills
Next course date: 8 November 2019
Investment: $500 (early bird before 25 October 2019) $800 (full price)
Essential Leadership Skills
Build the skills to influence, motivate, and get results through people, while building your reputation as a strong, respected, and trusted leader.
Have you wondered why some people are able to inspire, motivate and get the best out of their teams—regardless of the challenges they face? At the same time, why do other leaders struggle to get the respect, traction or results they desire?
We analyse the critical differences between leaders and leadership styles and put you on track to being a successful, well-regarded, leader of people and work.
When you complete this course you will understand and apply the essential leadership skills that ensure you stand out as an effective leader, give you the confidence to make sound decisions, and make it simpler and easier for you to lead people and projects to achieve greater results.
In designing this course, we have drawn on both practice and theory to ensure you can understand and apply these skills immediately to see results. We’ve researched the leadership traits and styles of over 3,000 middle managers and senior leaders across public, private and not-for-profit sectors, including undertaking the largest analysis of leadership in the public sector ever undertaken in Australia. We’ve also drawn on contemporary knowledge from psychology, neuroscience and leadership journals and literature to inform your learning.
With experienced facilitators and leading global content, this course will accelerate your progress as a leader and help you achieve greater results through people.
In essence, these are the Essential Leadership Skills needed for your success.
The foundations of leadership and management
Your personal leadership brand and how people perceive you (what do you stand for?)
Leading, inspiring and motivating people to take action
Understanding team dynamics, recruiting and developing talent
Empowering, balancing, or maintaining control (deciding in different situations)
Turning crisis, issues and adversity into benefits and opportunities
360 leadership (leading up, down and sideways)
Ken Whitters has been facilitating leadership programs for many of Australia’s leading organisations for more than 15 years. His career has included senior executive level responsibilities in private and public sector organisations, and he has qualifications in psychology, economics and business. He has also been a director of leadership programs at Mt Eliza Executive Education / Melbourne Business School.
People wanting to build their understanding and ability to apply current leadership practice, enhance their present leadership skills and build a firm foundation for future leadership progression. For example, middle managers (EL1 and EL2), new leaders, and people with near-term leadership aspirations.
Get in touch to find out more about this course, or to request a tailored session for your team
Matthew Mulrine (+61) 423 188 185