Successfully lead yourself and others November 17-18th 9.30am - 4.30pm
- Starts 17 NovStarts 17 Nov
- 690 New Zealand dollars$690
Highly developed and effective leadership skills form the foundation of a well-functioning organisation and a satisfying professional career. This 2-day workshop provides detailed knowledge and practical skills in building positive leadership of self and others, as well as the relationship between leadership, workplace culture and achieving effective performance. Informed by the latest research in contemporary leadership, neuroscience, and people management, this engaging workshop provides detailed frameworks, theories, practical knowledge and skills in leadership of self and others. Participants gain greater insight into their own leadership skills and style, enabling them to build a practical roadmap to support leadership skill development. The program explores: › Practical leadership frameworks and theories › Workplace models of emotional intelligence › Self-leadership and leader resilience › Enhancing workforce capacity and sustainability › Bringing out the best in others, strengths focus › Managing with authority and power, managing up › Building teams and teamwork › Strategies for employee engagement › Dealing with change and conflict › Giving and receiving feedback › Crucial conversations for leadership Spaces are limited. Michelle’s approach Michelle is a master at sharing theoretically informed, but practical solutions and strategies, that can be implemented quickly and immediately provide tangible results. Her ability to engage with people and create psychological safety within a workplace environment is her zone of genius. Over the past decade, Michelle has been privileged to deliver training and facilitate powerful change to many workplaces, to over 35,000 professionals. She has shared the wisdom of many years in leadership roles in public health, running her own private health service and the practical knowledge of understanding how people create psychological and behavioral change informed by her mental health practice.