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13P126A The High Impact Leader

13P126A The High Impact Leader

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When:

  • Mon 29 Apr ’13, 9:00am – 4:30pm

Where:

Rutherford House, 23 Lambton Quay, Wellington

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full registration 2 day course: $1,828.50

Website:

VUW

While much attention is given to helping leaders develop an array of management and leadership competencies, less attention is given to leadership impact as the organising principle for accelerating leadership success.

The 80:20 principle can be applied to both leadership and management competencies but, over and above that, there are an even more important set of ‘meta competencies’ that drive the successful leadership and management.

This workshop focuses on the few competencies that not only drive better impact but your ability to move from being a good leader to becoming truly outstanding.

This course is for mid to senior-level leaders who want to:
- take their performance to an even higher level
- achieve a bigger impact with less effort
- better leverage their leadership strengths and unique talents
- create lasting improvement for themselves and their organisation
- be more successful without sacrificing their health or important relationships.

Learning objectives:
- Develop a stronger understanding of what it really takes to be succeed to the highest level as a leader
- Understand and make more of your unique qualities as a leader
- Identify and amplify the critical drivers for accelerating your achievement and success
- Shift your thinking and perspective to unlock new thinking and possibilities for quickly creating breakthrough results
- Understand how to achieve better results for much less effort.

Early bird discount available until 28 days prior to the course start date.

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