As a manager with leadership responsibilities, your awareness of what leadership is as a discrete skill is key to developing a high performing team.
May 073 hours, Tue 9:00 AM - Tue 12:00 PM Auckland
- $402.50 incl. GST
May 083 hours, Wed 9:00 AM - Wed 12:00 PM Wellington
- $402.50 incl. GST
This workshop explores the difference between management and leadership. All leaders need to manage at some time, but to move from management to leadership requires deliberate steps. Understanding and recognising what differentiates management from leadership is key to growing your leadership and knowing which of those two roles you are, or should be performing at any given time.
This workshop is for any finance or other business professional who has responsibility for, or relies on a team, in the course of their role and who wishes to lead their team positively and authentically.
Prior to attending this workshop, you will need to complete a pre-work reflection (30 minutes) which will be issued to you a week prior.
This workshop will consist of discussion, exercises and self-reflection, to assist you in:
- understanding the difference between management and leadership
- recognising your own leadership style
- improving your self-awareness
- using storytelling in a leadership context
- understanding the power of culture
- drafting a personalised Leadership Blueprint to guide your next steps
This workshop is a must attend for anyone who wants to learn the value of leading teams, particularly finance and business professionals whose success depends on team high performance.
Continuing Professional Development
$350.00 plus GST, includes morning tea and refreshments.
Stephen Drain is a Partner in Consulting who consults in leadership development, working with organisations and senior leaders to develop authentic and innovative leadership development solutions.
For the third year Stephen is running a modular leadership programme for a large local government organisation with a focus on authentic leadership.
Stephen facilitates to ensure learnings are retained and that participants engage in the manner that suits their preferences. He is a qualified MBTI Administrator and a Chartered Member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (with specialisation in Development, Training and Learning).