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Leading Teams To High Performance Programme

Leading Teams To High Performance Programme

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  • Tue 15 Sep ’15, 8:00am – 6:00pm


College Hill, 86 College Hill, Ponsonby, Auckland CBD


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Leading with Impact Programme EarlyBirds/Groups: $685.00
  • Leading with Impact Programme: $749.00


Coaching Pacific

1 day face to face + two one hour webinars over the following month

Designed to deliver high-caliber training to develop your knowledge and your leadership skills with teams, this workshop references the latest research and knowledge of global best
practice in leading effective , and high-performing teams. Learn how high performing teams operate choosing the most effective practices for success for your own team(s). Check out the latest research, building your knowledge of theory with proven practices which can improve and perfect team performances over time. Understand and adopt a Conversation Cycle, including asking powerful questions, which will transform your team practices one conversation at a time. Explore the value of Emotional Intelligence within a high-performing team and get to grips with the power of acknowledgment to motivate, encourage and grow your team members. Learn and apply some useful tools to keep your team(s) on track. And beyond the forming of new teams consider how to stimulate, engage and grow a mature team to sustainable high performance and success.

Your Investment:
OPEN (1 day Face to Face) + 1 Year Monthly Webinars:
$749 (+gst)
$685 (+gst) for Earlybirds and Groups

For more information, inquiries or to register, please email: linley.rose@coachingpacific.com

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