This program takes a transformational approach to the meaning of leadership. The CEO is conceptualised as Chief Education Officer, with the main focus of leadership to create the best thinking and learning environments where people come together to create Group Genius.
Group Genius comes from Culture and Character that is defined by;
Do you lead a silo within your organisation? Or are you a truly collaborative leader? How round is your table? How open, honest, respectful and robust is the sharing at your place?
What is your strategy for continuous active engagement? How do you lead a team of connected employees? How connected are your people to an authentic purpose in work and life?
Do you listen to all your people – internal and external? Does your place fall prey to the 7 Habits of Highly Defective Thinking and suffer Group Cosiness?
Courage in Creativity
How do you and others in your organisation respond to new ideas? Is resistance and comfort with the familiar the default position? Or is thorough minded optimism, knowing that life (business) can be tough, and embracing the challenges, the norm?
Who Will Benefit
This program is recommended for all current or aspiring leaders, executive managers, team leaders and professional staff. The program is focused on people and how to motivate them to work together optimally. Therefore it’s applicable to all sector types and organisations where quality, high performance, innovation and an environment that enables all people to learn and grow, is critical.
Your Guide to the Daily Program Themes
Day 1: You The Leader
Day 2: You The Motivator
Day 3: You The Presenter
Day 4: You The Learner - Leading Learning
Day 5: You The Example
As a result of this program participants will:
- Become aware of practical approaches to strategy in situations of uncertainty and ambiguity
- Be able to explore and analyse the contextual environment through the development of a ‘set’ of scenarios
- Establish the characteristics of success for an organisation, that is, its ‘Business Idea’
- Consider issues involved in organisational perception and learning, as well as issues that limit learning
- Develop awareness of intervention possibilities
- Consider the relationship between scenario planning and strategy
- Initiate a scenario based planning exercise in a practical setting.
Alignment with UWA's MBA Flexible Program
This course aligns with UWA’s flexible MBA program, with an optional assessable component in this course. Participants who qualify to access this articulation pathway, and who successfully complete the course and pass the assessments, will receive credit (to the value of one optional unit) towards their UWA MBA Flexible degree.
Special rate for UWA MBA Flexible students: $4400 GST inclusive
About the presenter
Professor Glenn Capelli
Glenn Capelli, is the first Australian speaker to be awarded all three major professional speaking awards including Keynote Speaker of the Year, and Educator of the Year. His award winning Born to Learn USA Cable television series aired to over 26 million households weekly and his Thinking Caps radio program aired on ABC/Radio National and 3AW in Australia for eight years. Glenn is an author (Maximising Your Learning Potential, Thinking Learning Classroom and Thinking Caps), songwriter (over 50 recorded songs), member of MENSA and a ‘former hobo’ who backpacked his way around the world for 7 years. His learning programs have received rave reviews from the Young Presidents Organisation. Glenn has received 100% satisfaction ratings five times, for his speaking engagements with The Executive Connection.
Glenn Capelli BA Dip Ed MACE CSP Churchill Fellow