The Leadership Conversation – Are you ready to step up?

About this master class:

Research has shown that successful workplace cultures are developed and sustained from the strength, attitude and vision of its leader or leadership team.

A culture that engages employees, builds trusting relationships and models the organisation’s brand values.

It’s much easier to follow a leader who demonstrates, with confidence, the required skills and behaviours to effectively lead.

However Leadership should be a choice? Not everyone chooses to step up and become a leader and far too often employees find themselves in a leadership role with little knowledge and no leadership training. It’s hard to decide of you want something you know little about or have never experienced. Flying blind in a leadership role is just setting you up for failure and can completely destroy your confidence in your leadership capability.

It’s essential you are learn about the skills and behaviours that are required to effectively lead a team or an entire organisation to success so you can decide whether a leadership is for you or not.

This master class is not a ‘how to lead’ workshop. It’s a leadership conversation. A powerful conversation that explores what it means to be a leader and what it takes to lead. It will help you make the biggest decision of your career “Do I want to be a leader? and am I ready to step up?”

What we cover in this master class:

  • Are leaders born or made?
  • Personal leadership
  • Looking through the leadership lens
  • What type of leaders are there?
  • Values and beliefs
  • Leaders listen
  • You are not alone
  • Critical thinking
  • Workplace culture
  • Change is constant
  • Taking the lead
  • Leaders make mistakes too
  • Risk and reward
  • Recognising leadership in others
  • Confidence to lead

Who should attend?

Emerging leaders, leaders who have had limited leadership training and mangers and supervisors who wish to explore their leadership capabilities so they can lead with confidence.

This course can be contextualised for your workplace needs and target group.