The leaders of the future will need to be adaptable, flexible, and able to navigate and lead through the rapidly changing landscape of sustainability.
If you are ambitious to lead the future, you will need a combination of technical, interpersonal and strategic skills. You will need to be comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty and able to balance short- and long-term considerations in your decision making.
We will help develop your leadership skills for today AND stay a step ahead to deliver a sustainable future in your industry for tomorrow. As a part of this programme, you will get:
It has improved my confidence in myself to lead.
Personal leadership strengths assessment
Personal coaching and skills to coach
Downloadable templates you can use and store
Workbased project to deliver tangible value
Masterclasses with subject matter experts
Free copy of ‘Soft Skills for Tough Jobs’ book
Exclusive access to videos and podcasts
Peer learning community
You will learn principles of strategic and systems thinking, innovation, collaboration, powerful communication, environmental and social impact, and leading through change.
You will learn from other course participants as well as our coaches, facilitators and expert guest speakers.
We’ll introduce the NALED© framework, which has been tried and tested in highly regulated environments to help shape the culture around you. AND you get to work on current challenges relating to social value and NetZero to deliver immediate value for your organisation.
For more information on sustainable leadership principles, see our blog post. Want to know why it’s important? See this article from Forbes magazine.
“I feel more confident to approach issues with multiple perspectives.”
“I look at project work from different perspectives to see the value in the work e.g. relationships, sustainability, social value, financial.”
“I understand better how the relationships and hierarchies work within my project; this big picture helps me make better decisions.”
“I am more ambitious with ideas and keen to put them forward, particularly for innovation.”