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Newly Formed Leadership Team
FTSE 100 Engineering Company
Senior Leadership Peer Group
We know senior leaders want to continually develop their leadership skills. Our leaders and managers want to be brave; showing compassion, empathy and emotional intelligence. They want to be decisive, making considered decisions and communicating them effectively. They want to learn and grow personally and as a team, seeing and feeling real progress and reflecting on continual improvements, having the courage and support to implement them. They want to collaborate assertively and confidently — they want to sleep well at night and be present — safe in the knowledge. Above all they want to continue to make a positive impact!
Certain factors can become obstacles preventing leaders considering leadership training courses for managers – budget constraints, time pressures and the perceived lack of options to change and redirect. Feelings of continually being in fire-fight mode without focus to step back and see the bigger picture and perspective. Perceived weaknesses and beliefs which can drain confidence and belief. The culture in the team/organisation may not feel like it could support these goals with fear, blame and resistance being prevalent. Some leaders may not even be aware of any obstacles.
So, what can be done to develop those leadership skills and continue towards those outcomes? And how to develop those leadership skills in the most impactful way? Most leaders and managers have had access to a lot of theory- based leadership training courses. These are an excellent starting point to equip leaders with new knowledge. But it can be difficult to put some of that knowledge into practice, especially when things get busy (and we all know that is an every-day problem as a leader)! This is why our programmes focus on learning through doing, discussing and reflecting and learning through others’ experiences.
Questline leadership training courses for managers offer a different dimension to learning. We focus on experiential learning, we explore and dissect every-day problems that leaders face and offer the time, space and environment to self-reflect, learn from these experiences and take action. We build a network of peer-leaders who can go through this way of learning together, learn from each other and take this back to their organisations as a way of working for the future.
Through our leadership skills development, we challenge autopilot, routine and status quo. We encourage delegates to creatively take on perceived barriers to progress by raising awareness beyond the daily mission and understand the bigger picture.
We build momentum through experiential development and marginal gains carried out in the clients’ own workplace — developing leadership skills whilst solving real world problems.
Our INSIGHT programme can further a leader’s development journey by assessing a emotional intelligence and designing a developmental action plan to improve this vital leadership skill for the future.
Our coaches and facilitators are experts in guiding leaders through developing leadership skills and our programmes are designed to re-define what effective leadership means to them, focussing upon the art of leadership — the emotional intelligence which will enhance the leadership experience for our partners, their team and organisations.