Creating a leadership mindset and the behaviours to be an authentic, inclusive and influential communicator.
Why it’s needed
Taking the leap from team mate to manager or leader is one of the biggest shifts people will make in their career. As well as having the skills to be able to do the job you have to know how to get results through others and build high performing teams. It’s a mindset and behaviour shift that can only start with getting to know yourself better.
Participants will learn and develop skills to
- Know when you’re at your best and when you’re not
- Recognise individual mind traps that create limiting beliefs
- Learn techniques to be able to shift mindset and be at your best more of the time
- Learn what it means to be an authentic leather and be clear about your leadership brand
- Be a role model for organisational leadership behaviours
- Be a inclusive and influential leader
Engaging and connecting 100,000 employees across 220 countries, in 42 languages, to deliver an unforgettable customer experience.
Who would benefit from this training
Inspirational Team Leadership is good for self-awareness and self-esteem. It helps people to become the leader they want to be – someone who has an almost transformative influence on others.
It’s good for established and experienced leaders who want to continue working on themselves as they navigate leadership in a demanding and uncertain world. It’s also good for new leaders who are taking that first step into leadership.
At its core, this learning helps people take an introspective look at their mindset and behaviours. When they understand themselves better, they are given practical techniques to be at their best more of the time, for themselves and their team.
Why does it work
Behaviour is an outcome of mindset. People are naturally wired to be alert to danger but that can skew us towards the negative, and when self-talk takes over we stifle our ability to be our best self. On the other hand, get the mindset right and the behaviours will fall into place.
Our techniques ‘operationalise’ cognitive behavioural theory, giving leaders practical ways to notice their mindset and behaviours and shift it to get the best outcomes.
Job-specific and operational training
Understanding how to perform seamlessly in your role and continuously improve as a team.
Developing emotional intelligence and practical skills to lead with authenticity and confidence.
Managing the human dimension of change to maintain trust, resilience and commitment.
Adopting coaching techniques to drive ownership, learning and development.
Leading the business
Inspiring people to activate your strategy so they feel engaged and inspired by it, and go on to deliver amazing results for your customers.
Leading high-performing people and teams. Motivating people to do great work, achieve goals and learn through their work.
Leading in a digital world
Uncovering the potential of people and technology to make your company digitally-savvy and future-fit.
Finance for non-finance managers
Understanding cost-management data and analytics to make critical commercial and operational decisions.
Developing your strategic story and the plans to activate your organisation’s vision.