The 2020 Executive Leadership Programme
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we have cancelled all public workshops & in-person coaching, however Leadership Coaching is still available via Phone/Videoconference so if you need any advice to how to lead your team during this difficult time contact us
The 2020 Executive Leadership Programme: Accelerating the careers of high potential leaders
This event will only be run once in 2020
Thursday 26th March 2020
Friday 27th March 2020
Monday 30th March 2020
Tuesday 31st March 2020
Karstens conference centre, level 4, 205 Queen street, Auckland, New Zealand
$2,395 per participant
Early bird (bookings prior to Tuesday 31st December) $1,895
Visionary companies know that long-term success requires a pipeline of emerging Leaders who can help build and secure a competitive edge.
The 2020 Executive Leadership Programme will immerse you in new ways of thinking and new perspectives that will catapult your career and company to new heights. With a group of dedicated leaders like you, learn to strengthen Leadership fundamentals, explore emerging Leadership trends, and transform them into actionable insights. Learn what it takes to innovate as a Leader and team, and how to scale excellence. Then return to work energised and inspired with a plan and the tools to produce success.
The 2020 Executive Leadership Programme combines group workshops with individual coaching in order to accelerate your Leadership development. You will return to your organisation more confident, more capable, better equiped to take on new challenges.
Prior to the programme each participant will receive a 45 minute Leadership coaching session with Mark Wager, one of the worlds top Leadership experts. The purpose of this session is for you to get absolute clarity on your goals, identify the limiting beliefs that are holding you back and a plan of action.
Day One: Leading Yourself
Understanding the 4 forms of Leadership
Becoming aware of subconscious bias (in you & your team) (Ross-Stamford)
Influencing performance (Rozenthal-Harvard)
Ethical Leadership: making the right decision
Day Two: Building a High-Performing Team
The DNA of successful teams
The Neuropsychology of Motivation
The Stages of group development (Tuckman)
Changing a culture
Day Three: Coaching & Mentoring Skills
Dealing with poor performance
Turning good performers into great performers
Having courageous conversations
Empowering people to develop themselves
Day Four: Leading Without Authority
The power of authority (Milgrim)
Dealing with Senior Management
Each participant will have a 1-hour coaching session three months after the programme and a final 1-hour coaching session six months after the programme.
Who should attend:
Star performers who have been identified as outstanding prospects for increased responsibilities.
Existing low to mid-level Managers who are open to feedback, willing to take risks, and motivated to learn and grow
If you have any questions contact the Chief Leadership Coach of the Australasian Leadership Institute, Mark Wager directly Via the enquiry form below