Delivered in partnership with The Pacific Institute®, this globally renowned course is designed to cultivate mindsets that increase thinking flexibility, facilitate change and drive high performance. Over 6.5 million people across 60 countries have benefitted from this course.
In today’s world of accelerating change, complexity and increasing demands, our ability to foster a growth mindset is more crucial than ever.
Often, the fear of change or the belief that the old ways are better can hold us back. The key is to shift our thinking to a high performance mindset, to see change as a chance to grow and to have confidence that we can achieve our best - regardless of the obstacles we face.
Founded on contemporary cognitive and neuroscience principles, this course will help you see opportunity, generate ideas and grow with intentionality.
Those leading and working in complex and demanding environments or who want a set of powerful mindset tools to improve wellbeing, increase productivity in the workplace and achieve work and personal goals.
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The Frontline Leader program is the essential development experience for managers, supervisors, team leaders and frontline managers. The program combines exposure to contemporary business and management practices with a stimulating learning environment and practical workplace application.
This course runs in Perth, Bunbury, Kalgoorlie and Geraldton.
Organisations often require knowledge and skills of specialists who don't work directly for them, and the workings of this relationship can have a big impact on the outcomes achieved. Learn a range of skills on how to engage stakeholders and increase the likelihood of positive outcomes.
The course is aimed at medium sized organisations, and individuals within those organisations, who have realised that they need to start looking seriously at their carbon footprint. The content will help you understand where you are now, so that you can set realistic and sustainable targets and plans to contribute to the worldwide movement towards Net Zero.
Leaders have been using stories since the beginning of recorded history. Tribal leaders have used stories to gain loyalty and legitimise their reign; Elders have used stories to hand down their histories; Military leaders have used stories to reduce fear and boost morale.