An Australasian Leadership Institute workshop.
- Do you want your team to fulfil its potential?
This 1-day practical hands-on leadership workshop is designed to provide Managers and Supervisors with the skills necessary to develop proactive, innovative and productive team members.
Individual training & in-house versions of this training are available contact Mark Wager at Mark@ALI.org.nz for more details
Learn how to become a Coach and a Mentor.
- Understand the difference between coaching and mentoring.
- Learn how to identify potential in your team.
- Practical techniques and tools to improve motivation.
- Learn how to manage poor performance.
- Understand the DREAM© coaching model.
Every participant will be eligible for a free 1-hour follow-up 1-on-1 coaching session. Discounts are available for group bookings - contact Mark Wager, Chief Leadership Coach at Mark@ALI.org.nz
This is what previous participants have said about this workshop:
“I would recommend this workshop. Mark is an incredible facilitator who is willing to answer any question. He challenges and supports. Very useful information that will definitely be applied in real life” - Felicity Jansonius, Girl Guiding NZ
“Very useful workshop in a nice venue with a great speaker/instructor that will help you to see difficult situations from a different angle and thereby open your mind for interesting potential solutions. A good opportunity to break paradigms” - Minerva Manzano, AUT
“You would not be disappointed attending any of Marks courses. You will get a lot out of it” - Jamie Hati, St Johns
“The sessions are very applicable to both profit and non-profit organisations” - Joey Bonnevie, Catholic Diocese of Auckland
About the Australasian Leadership Institute
Based in New Zealand the Australasian Leadership Institute is the premier organisation for developing Leaders across the Asia Pacific region. Many of the world’s top organisations have benefited by having their Leaders attend our workshops including Amnesty International, ARISE Church, AUT, Barnados, The Blues, Cure Kids, Department of Internal Affairs, Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, Fisher & Paykel, Girl Guiding NZ, Heartland Bank, Kiwibank, Ministry Of Justice, Ministry of Primary Industries, NZ Netball, New Zealand Rugby League, NZ Soccer, Oxfam, Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust, Save The Children, St Johns Ambulance Services, Sofitel Resort & Spa, SPCA, Radisson Blu Resorts, Unicef, Van Asch School For The Deaf, Wellington Phoenix, Weta Workshops FX, WWF and many more