Leaders in Governance

Business Professionals

Seminars led by expert facilitators.
Designed to shape effective leadership.
Tailored for your career stage.

'Leadership is not defined by the exercise of power but by the capacity to increase the sense of power among those led. The most essential work of the leader is to create more leaders.' — Mary Parker Follett, Creative Experience, 1924.                                                                     

Connect with governance professionals and advance your leadership journey. Empower others, exercise influence, drive strategy and create impact.

  • Maximum group size of 15
  • Networking lunch 12.30-1.00pm
  • Seminar 1.00–3.00pm
  • Earn 2 CPD hours
  • Seminar pre-work included

Upcoming events — July 2019

Have you witnessed a team make a poor decision, but felt there was little you could do to change it? If so, you are not alone. For example, a recent regulatory review of CBA found that employees often felt helpless to improve the poor team decisions that created many of the organisation’s problems. By applying insights from psychological research, this interactive seminar discusses what can be done to improve decisions made by teams. You will learn to better influence and challenge team decisions, better collaborate with diverse colleagues, and provide more effective leadership to team deliberations.

Suited to: Early-mid career professionals
Date: Tuesday, 2 July

Divergence is essential if you are serious about innovation and collaboration. After sharing an easy to understand framework in this seminar we will explore the 4 enablers for innovation and collaboration. This will enable existing leaders to deeply understand the role they play in encouraging future/emerging leaders to have the courage to challenge current thinking and disrupt the status quo. The role of leaders to encourage the professional minds and hearts of the future has never been more important than in our current business environment.

Suited to: Late career professionals
Date: Wednesday, 3 July

Effective leaders draw on diverse competencies that include high self-awareness, interpersonal skills, a well-rounded strategic orientation and a capacity for developing others — all while ‘getting the job done’ in increasingly complex market and stakeholder environments. This seminar examines some of the key friction points that can exist for those who are navigating (or wish to make) the manager-to-leader transition.

Suited to: Early-mid career professionals
Date: Thursday, 4 July