EMERGING LEADERS PROGRAM
"I attended the Emerging Leaders course facilitated by Gretchen. The materials, and activities were excellent. I walked away feeling like I could take my learnings back into the workplace straight away and be a stronger leader. Gretchen was an impressive facilitator. I would definitely recommend her in the future."
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Take control of your career destiny, kick start your personal capability development and embrace the concepts of self-guidance and continuous improvement with our Emerging Leaders Program.
Leading others requires a very different set of skills and mindset than when in a non-managerial role. Our course focuses on the three key aspects of leading others. The first focus is managing personal performance, where you will learn how you can increase your self-leadership skills and emotional intelligence to best represent yourself at work. Once you have mastered this skill, you will move on to managing others, including having difficult conversations, motivating the different generations at work and navigating conflict. The final targeted area of this course will allow you to improve your overall leadership skills and ability to adapt to different situations. Includes Leadership Potential Indicator (LPI) report and in-class debrief.
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Analyse leadership level, style and competencies.
Offer practical tips for leadership development.
Improve leadership skills and performance.
Meaningful conversations aren’t always easy, but they are a crucial part of leadership. Deliver constructive feedback with clarity and deal with high emotions in the workplace. As a manager, sometimes you need to have conversations that you’d rather not.
Dealing with performance issues or habitual patterns like chronic lateness can be tough and may stir up emotions, but these conversations are crucial in the workplace and need to be handled in the right way. Our practical course will give you confidence to recognise, plan for and manage these conversations. You will also be given the opportunity to practise using specific language and tone to overcome emotional or difficult behaviours during the conversation.
Do you feel like your time is being pulled in different directions, and you are constantly handling interruptions?
The good news is there are strategies you can put in place to adapt your existing time management skills to suit your role as a busy manager. Our course will help you take back control of your time and lead your team by example, by identifying what is stealing your time and how to focus on your priorities and on what really matters.