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Leadership Training Bootcamp - with Dogs!

Leadership Training Bootcamp - with Dogs!

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  • Wed 21 Nov ’18, 8:00am – 5:00pm


SolutionK9, 1225 Frankley Rd, New Plymouth


Adults Only

In leadership, what you do is more important than what you say; your everyday actions are what make the difference.

Working alongside dogs makes this concept really tangible - you are either communicating a leadership message or not. Dogs give immediate feedback through their behaviour, which also signals your current leadership strengths and vulnerabilities.
This programme teaches the fundamental basics of leadership - the essentials you need to know and how to put it into action so that your team are motivated and engaged to do their best work. This a new hands-on training programme that brings together the expertise of Leadership Coach and Trainer Ally Mccullagh with SolutionK9 Dog Trainer and Expert Luzelle.

Participants will learn theory and directly put it into action during the two-day workshop so that they walk away with embedded learning and a real increase in confidence and capability to take back to the workplace.

The difference between helping and facilitating your team within their role, and empowering them to do this for themselves, is the fundamental difference between management and leadership. This concept is stark and blatantly obvious when working with dogs in a way that is more subtle and elusive in the workplace. Participants will come away with the building blocks of how to empower others and how to effectively put this into practice with their team.

The workshop is designed for participants to work alongside their own dog. If you do not have a dog or would prefer not to use your own, we can provide you with a companion to work with - especially selected for you.

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