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Leadership Development Course - The Engaging Leader

We're excited to launch 'The Engaging Leader' leadership development programme, aimed at developing more engaging, compassionate and caring leaders, to improve organisational cultures, and drive better business outcomes. Our three stand-alone workshops, open to everyone, are being run in 2020 - choose from May, June or July.

You may have heard of our innovative leadership development programmes we've been successfully running across various organisations over the last few years (if you haven't, check out our video testimonals!). Ever wondered how you could attend these sessions when your organisation hasn't signed up to the programmes? Well, this is for you!

From our work with some of the best-known brands across the UK, such as Bupa, Asda, Dunelm and the Royal College of Nursing, we have identified common themes that we've seen getting in the way of great leadership, great teams and great service.

These learnings are now available to you through our signature programme called 'The Engaging Leader' which includes 12-month access to 'In Good Company', our online development programme, written by a BAFTA nominated screenwriter, incorporating research from neuroscience, psychology and our own extensive experience in employee engagement.

Who Should Attend?

This programme is suitable for anyone who is interested in developing their own leadership skills to become a more engaging leader (whether new, existing or aspiring leaders). We will cover a number of topics that will incorporate neuroscience and psychology research to help you be at your best, help you create a high performing team, and together offer amazing customer service (to both internal and external customers).

What's Included?

To support the workshops, you will receive a Reflective Journal, a printed workbook and access to our acclaimed online leadership training programme to help you reinforce and implement your learnings.

Upon completion of the workshop, you will then have access to a 12-month subscription of our unique online programme ‘In Good Company’. This is a 10-part mini TV series following the journey of four characters in a typical work environment, dealing with everyday challenges many of us are often faced with.

As well as access to the episodes, we have included detailed analysis of the interactions between the characters as they go on a journey to improve engagement, by an eminent Professor of Behavioural Science. The online episodes also include assessment questions and supporting interactive material.

Workshop Modules:

The workshops are being held in the grounds of Warwick University, at Warwick Conferences.

The full day will cover aspects of leadership such as:

  • The impact of health, diet and stress on our ability to be our best at work
  • Understanding our needs at work and the stresses that can be displayed when these are not met
  • Developing techniques to carry out Reflective Practice, building in time to think, allowing for improved decisions
  • Improving relationships at work, impacting upon trust - allowing us to create trusting environments
  • Creating inclusive environments where people feel involved and valued
  • Improving our communication and impact through coaching skills and improved clarity

We have taken all of our experience, combined it with insights from the latest research into psychology and neuroscience, and created a one-day programme where you will walk away armed with an action plan to begin making a difference as soon as you get back into work.

Additional Information

Each workshop will be held at Warwick Conferences. Registration opens at 9:30am with the workshops starting at 10:00am until 4:30pm. Lunch and refreshments will also be provided throughout the day. 

The first date is Wednesday 13th May 2020

Click here to book for May 2020 workshop via Eventbrite.

We will also be running the same workshop on: 

  • Thursday 11th June 2020 

Click here to book for June 2020 workshop via Evenbrite

  • Wednesday 8th July 2020

Click here to book for July 2020 workshop via Eventbrite

 

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