Content

  • Leading yourself and others through change
  • Tips for coping with change
  • Managing uncertainty and ambiguity

Outcomes

  • Understand the dynamic nature of change and applying innovation at work
  • Access strategies and tools for co-design/collaboration, embracing diversity and strengthening integrity.
  • Develop confidence as adaptive change managers

Who Should Attend

People coming to grips with leading a team and managing others for the first time, or team leaders who have been a team member and are now the team leader.

Benefits to You and Your Organisation

  • Focusing on what you can do when change is imposed
  • Networking with people in similar roles in the SA public sector
  • Expert input, skills development and access to strategies, tools and tips

This course is also available online.

Learn about our speakers

Rob Hall

Learning Facilitator and Accredited Coach
Centre for People Development

KEY SKILLS
- Highly developed organisational skills
- Small and large group facilitation, training and consultation
- Flexible, energetic and attuned to client needs
- Creative problem solving with a focus on local needs
- Project Management
- Goal setting and strategic planning
- Human Resource management
- Change leader focussed on empowerment, engaging processes and organisational role development

QUALIFICATIONS
- NLP Certified Practitioner
- Accredited Coach
- Master of Education
- Franklin Covey Signature Program – The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
- Peer Support Program – Certified Instructor
- Highly Performing Organisations Certificate
- Langford Quality Improvement Course Certificate

Cheryll Hill

Inspiring exceptional leadership
Centre for People Development

KEY SKILLS
- Internationally Accredited Leadership Master Coach
- Change management specialist
- Performance Management specialist
- Leading change through motivating, empowering and challenging individuals and groups
- Strategic planning
- Coaching, consulting, training and group facilitation
- Creative problem solving for complex issues
- Stakeholder Engagement and Consultation
- Training and public speaking skills in small and large group settings
- Human resource management
- Flexibility, high level energy and lateral thinking
- Fostering collaborative approaches with stakeholders in the development of focused solutions to local problems

QUALIFICATIONS
- Certified Master Coach, Behavioural Coaching Institute (USA)
- Diploma of Teaching
- Certificate IV Training and Assessment
- Diploma of Management
- Diploma Project Management
- Leading and Managing Change certification
- Working with Difficult People certification

Upcoming course availability

In person

May 2021

Friday, 14 May 2021

BOOKED OUT

In person

June 2021

Tuesday, 01 June 2021

Format
Face-to-face

Duration
1 full day 9:00am-4:30pm (8:45am registration)

Contact us for alternate duration and delivery style options

Competency framework
First Line Manager Common (ASO3-ASO5)
Middle Manager Core (ASO5-ASO6)

Inclusions
Workbook, resources, refreshments and lunch

Location
12 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
(please visit registration links for further information)
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Costs
Personal Member $515
State Government Employee Member $550
Corporate Member $560
Non-Member $645

This course is part of the New and Emerging Manager Series. Register for the full series and save up to 15% on the full price of each course.

As well as expert input and resource manuals for future reference, here is an opportunity to work with colleagues across the public sector who are all tackling the same big challenges across 4 units:

  •     Leading and Developing an Effective Team
  •     Providing Performance Feedback
  •     Leading and Managing Change
  •     Managing Workloads

  • “Loved the detailed theory of the significant aspects of Change and the interactive group activities which blended the practical use of information very well.”

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  • “Great tools that are easy to put into practice.”

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  • “Great presenters, would love to attend more courses presented by Rob and Cheryl.”

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