A new programme for 2022 – Initial briefings and workshops
Your leadership brand, coaching and creating an engaging learning environment. Participants will already be operating in a leadership role and will want to take on a more challenging leadership position at some point in the future.
The programme will operate over 12 months, adopting a blended approach to learning – workshops, best practice visits, online material and individual support
Our academic partners at Durham Business School will provide some input at key stages in the programme – International Centre For Leadership & Followership.
Developing your leadership brand
Attempting to identify some behaviours that deliver great leadership outcomes
Identifying areas of change and improvement that will require exceptional leadership
Coaching as a leadership skill
Post pandemic – a different kind of leadership required?
Developing a high performance team
The future of learning & development in the workplace
Creating psychological safety in teams, and encouraging innovation
Creating a positive learning environment
Managing change and improvement
Evaluating the L&D intervention – ROI
End of programme – individual reflection, success stories and the group continuing to collaborate
The ability to lead and engage diverse teams to achieve complex organisational objectives
Coach, mentor, and develop skills within the team (and the wider organisation)
Build a ‘ learning culture’ within the team, encourage curiosity, engage in continuous improvement in daily workflows
Manage yourself well whilst working under pressure, and dealing with change. Maintain a growth mindset, and inspire others when working under pressure
Develop the ability to facilitate within a team, and harness different perspectives to generate creative ideas and solutions
Lead change initiatives by creating high trust relationships, and psychological safety, within their teams
During the early stages of the programme we’ll explore the possibility of providing a CMI qualification.
Facilitator: Alex Firmin (LDC)
Dates: Initial workshops: November 1st 2021 & November 19th 2021; 9.30am – 11.30am
Cost per participant : £2000.00 (payable in January 2022). No charge for initial November briefings/workshops.