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Mon, 07 Oct

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$1,150 or $1,550 + GST p/p (*See details)

Future-focused leadership (Oct 7, 14, 21, 29), 4 half-day modules

The world is changing. Life is changing. Work is changing. To keep up, we must adapt our leadership styles, and adopt new ways of working.

Future-focused leadership (Oct 7, 14, 21, 29), 4 half-day modules
Future-focused leadership (Oct 7, 14, 21, 29), 4 half-day modules

Time & Location

07 Oct 2024, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

$1,150 or $1,550 + GST p/p (*See details)

About the Event

Why this programme? 

The world is changing. Life is changing. Work is changing. And therefore, we must adapt our leadership styles and approaches.

This online programme will address where expectations of leaders and leadership has changed over the past decade or so.  We’ll be discussing core topics that leaders bring up in our workshops: leading remote and hybrid teams, new technologies, recognising diversity and building inclusion, understanding our brains and bias, intergenerational teams and empathetic performance management.

This programme is tailored towards experienced leaders: people leaders, thought leaders, project leaders.

What to expect if you join 

Each online workshop will include a mix of interactive presentations, group discussions, case studies, and practical exercises to engage you and facilitate your learning and skill development.

Also, you’ll have the opportunity to apply their learnings through real-world scenarios and receive feedback from facilitators and peers. After the workshop you’ll get follow up resources and thinking.

 Programme Objectives: 

1. Recognise how leadership has changed and what’s stayed the same

Complete an environmental scan of the context you’re operating.

Be aware of the pace of change and the mindset needed to succeed.

2. Identify challenges and best practices for leading remote and hybrid teams.

Reflect on digital body language and collaboration practices in your team.

Explore tools and technologies for remote collaboration.

Develop communication strategies to foster connection and cohesion in person and digitally.

Communicate and build rapport in our 2024 context.

3. Raise awareness of biases and identify their impact on decision-making and team dynamics.

Recognise what makes us each unique and how our individuality shapes our biases.

Explore strategies for creating inclusive leadership practices and behaviours.

Develop action plans for fostering a culture of inclusion and belonging.

4. Stay updated on the latest technological trends impacting the workplace.

Explore ways to integrate emerging technologies into leadership practices.

Understand the implications of artificial intelligence, automation, and machine learning on leadership roles.

5. Understand how diversity and personal experiences of technology impact people at work

Foster empathy and mutual understanding among team members from various generations.

Consider people's personal experiences of technological change.

Build collaboration and inclusion from different lenses.

  • Module One, Monday 7 October, 9am-1pm
  • Module Two, Monday 14 October, 9am-1pm
  • Module Three, Monday 21 October, 9am-1pm
  • Module Four, Tuesday 29 October, 9am-1pm

*The regular cost for this programme is $1,550 (excl. GST) The cost is discounted to $1,150 per person (excl. GST) if you've completed a Kickstart to Leadership programme with us.

To find out more, email admin@trainingpractice.co.nz

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