It’s common for managers to get promoted to leadership positions due to their excellence in operational delivery. However, many lack the knowledge required to extract the best performance from their team.
This coaching-led program takes future leaders through a journey of discovery and learning. It covers the business fundamentals around finance, strategy and operations, plus soft skills such as performance management, ideation and goal setting.
Are you ready to Lead the Way?
We believe people learn best by experiencing real situations, consequences and achievements. This practical program creates powerful opportunities for participants to set genuine goals, budgets and strategies for their business and measuring that progress.
Leaders will reflect on the current state of their team, before learning how to master the art of influence, employee engagement and authentic communication.
We will also reveal techniques to maintain peace during turbulent times, address underperformance constructively, and build a culture of high performance.
This program covers how to:
Control the science behind influence and persuasion
Apply the formal GROW coaching technique
Plan operational activities based on individual strengths
Overcome resistance to change and adopt new habits
Who this program is for?
Managers, supervisors and team leaders who are on their way up.
Duration: 10 months
10x full-day workshops
Outcome: Leadership skills
Next starting date
Based on your availability
"Janine Williams has worked with MPA for three years, delivering a range of consulting services crafted to meet the needs of our entire team. It is extraordinary to consistently have the whole business engaged and applying learnt outcomes in their day to day roles — from our site and project delivery teams, executive business teamright through to the CEO. This is testament to Janine who has an uncanny ability to resonate with a diverse range of individuals by drawing on her own experience together with her brilliant expertise across an expanse of subject matters."