Leader Development

RationaleStructureAreas of MasteryCoaching Circles

Many managers are promoted into their positions because they were high performing technical specialists; they consistently produced above average performance, achieving great results in these roles. However, as they became responsible for leading people the “task-people” balance shifted requiring a greater people management focus and competence. Some began to realise that...

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The Leader Development Programme (LDP) is presented over four sessions. Each session is two full days. Two areas of Mastery are covered per session. A month break between sessions allows participants time to process, integrate and apply the learnings back in the workplace.
Coaching Circles form an integral part of the participants learning experience and they are exposed to Coaching Circles throughout the four sessions. After the four sessions, participants have 2 more one day Coaching Circle sessions. This ensures monitoring, encouragement, integration and impact assessment of the leaders’ transformation.

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This Leadership Support Development Journey is designed across 7 Areas of Mastery.  In each area the leader has an opportunity to reflect upon and reframe their leadership practice and bring it into alignment with the organisation’s DNA, key competences or Leadership Standards.

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Graphic1Today real connection, authentic interaction and reciprocal collaboration is a key ingredient for happy people, successful teams and great organisations.  These are deeply longed for by people across all walks of life but they do not know how to create or receive it.

In business today leaders are in search of a fresh understanding of themselves.  Many of them are looking for a compelling purpose to give true meaning to what they do.  They long to take an honest look at what no longer works in their life, attitude, style or approach.  To experience this growth and transformation they need the safety of like-minded individuals.  In Coaching Circles participants develop new self-insights, courage to make different choices resulting in new attitudes and behaviours which improves their relationships with themselves and others.

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