Leading Authentically [NEW Date]
Through a profoundly personal exploration, you will uncover, analyse, and strengthen the unique characteristics that enable you to lead with authenticity and purpose, inspire others, and become the type of outstanding leader you most admire.
This workshop will help you to:
- Lead with greater passion, confidence, and integrity through difficult and pressure-filled challenges
- Develop greater self-awareness and emotional intelligence
Understand that we use a range of leadership styles and identify preferences
Understand range of communication styles and identify preference
Identify leadership strengths
Plan for continued self-discovery
- Create your personal leadership development plan
Explore own approach to conflict, healthy discussion and crisis
Identify motivation and how you lead with inspiration
- Become an empowering leader who fosters effective teamwork and helps individuals at all levels to realise their leadership potential
Explore what you do to increase the empathy and positive emotions in the workplace.
Explore what you do to increase the negative emotions in the workplace
Identify how to heighten a team’s social awareness and social connectivity
Building an environment where conflict is comfortably uncomfortable
Bringing out the best in others, to bring our best in self
Influencing by building an environment of trust Identify what you aim to inspire
Who should attend this workshop?
Frontline team leaders and managers.
Belinda Essex has worked primarily in child protection, and management and leadership development for the past 25 plus years, and has developed and trained numerous programs for frontline staff, middle and senior managers and senior executives. Belinda also has a research background and qualifications in social science, primary school teaching and adult education and training.
Knowing the parallels between a positive workplace culture and positive outcomes for community sector clients, Belinda’s passion is to inspire and support agencies to develop a healthy organisational culture, with successful, confident teams, in the hope that we can have stronger, more positive outcomes for the community sector clients we are committed to.
LEAD, ph (02) 9620 6172 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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