EMBARK ON A PERSONAL LEADERSHIP GROWTH JOURNEY
Have you ever felt overwhelmed? Let down by others? Making requests of people and then landing up fixing things yourself afterwards? Unable to trust those around you to get things done? Learn how to delegate effectively, become more efficient, effective and less overwhelmed with chaos and complexity
The Centre for Coaching Leadership Conversation – Alignment, is a one-day course run in collaboration with UCT GSB. It gives you an understanding on the power and importance of clear requests and promises in making things happen as a leader. This establishes a defined communication path that fosters an effective and efficient leadership style.
It forms a part of a series of six Leadership Conversations under the Integral theory and practice approach.
Who will benefit from this course?
You will benefit from this course if you are an Executive, Manager, or Emerging Leader willing to sharpen your communication skills and become more effective in the workplace.
What will I gain from this course?
Participants in the Leadership Conversation – Alignment course will gain:
- The benefits of being skilled in making requests, promises, and offers to optimise business outcomes
- Essentials of delegating authority and tasks to achieve maximum results
- An understanding of the theory of Language as Action – Speech Acts
- A greater appreciation of how you can become a better leader by understanding requests and promises made and given
Our short courses deliver learning experiences that are personally transformative because better people make better leaders.
24 May 2024
Watch this short video where Janine Ahlers gives an overview of the programme, with a brief description of each workshop including what you will take away.
In order to indicate your interest for any of these short courses, please complete some basic information to start the application process. If you would like to apply right away, please indicate this in the ‘Other’ below and we will send you the link to complete our Online Application Form.