Leadership and Change
My first career was in the RAAF. I loved the structure, the sense of purpose, and the overall impressive leadership displayed. They were formative years during which I became an avid student of leadership and change management … which subsequently led me to embark upon my next career as a management consultant. However, after several years of consulting, I recognised that coaching and facilitation were more powerful methods of encouraging and achieving lasting change.
Shortly after this realisation, the Curtin University Centre for Entrepreneurship (C4E), in preparation for starting their famous Growth Owner course, approached me to mentor participants; and so a rewarding partnership began, that endured until the C4E closed 20 years later. Over the life of the C4E, I had the privilege of mentoring hundreds of business owners and managers, and facilitating three workshops on Systems, People and Financial Dashboards to approx. 1500 business leaders on the Growth and Masterclass programs respectively.
In addition to the mentoring and facilitation, I was asked to chair a Syndicate Group – 14 business owners that met monthly to discuss business challenges and explore solutions. When the decision was made by Curtin University to solely focus on the corporate and start-up sectors, and hence close the Centre for Entrepreneurship, I was asked if I would like to continue the Syndicate Group under my own business name.
How can you get yourself future ready? How can you find and develop other leaders to thrive in a fast changing world?
Well, there is a spectrum of options. At one end of the spectrum is to focus attention on retaining the status quo. Whilst at the other end of the spectrum is the Leadership Acceleration Program.
The Leadership Acceleration Program will enable you to learn fast, as it will provide you with knowledge, case studies, methodologies, 4 assessments + development plans, and 50+ tools. All provided via a blended learning model – which includes a Learning Management System, workshops, onsite assessment sessions, virtual coaching sessions, ‘deep diving’ sessions with participants, and more.
** Join me for a complimentary virtual session to learn a key concept on how to drive a high-performing team – click here to register.
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By Glenn Taylor
For more information contact Michelle Chafin – email@example.com or 0458 691 299.
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