PROGRAM TYPE: Leadership development program
DURATION: 12 weeks
INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM:
3 Diagnostic Reports
2 One-on-One Coaching Sessions
4 Months Mentoring
6 Face-to-Face Days
1-year personal membership
12-month access to over 1,000 e-learning courses
FEBRUARY 2020 SESSIONS
Melbourne – 5th February
Sydney – 12th February
Brisbane – 12th February
Enrol by 20th December
MAY 2020 SESSIONS
Adelaide – 13th May
Brisbane – 13th May
Cairns – 13th May
Canberra – 13th May
Melbourne – 13th May
Newcastle – 13th May
Sydney – 13th May
Auckland – 13th May
Enrol by 3rd April
Don’t see your location? Contact us on 1300 661 061 to register your interest in your area.
Moving up the career ladder into a managerial role should be an exciting time. But for many professionals this transition may be met with fear and a sense of overwhelming responsibility. IML ANZ’s Foundations program supports the transition from technical specialist to management professional and intentional leader. The program is the foundation piece that will equip you with the core skills to manage with confidence and accelerate your career progression.
Download the program flyer here.
To discuss this program with one of our Program Specialists over the phone, you can also call us on 1300 661 061.
With thousands of professionals being promoted into new management roles every day, how can we make sure they are given the right support to be successful managers and leaders in the workplace?
In this webinar, IML General Manager Sam Bell FIML and leadership specialist Kerry Irwin discuss how intentional leaders can shift their mindset from mate to manager; use specific decision making, presentation and time management tools; and how they can view the bigger picture.
Foundations of Intentional Leadership is a 12-week blended program combining face-to-face learning, online study and leadership coaching, followed by 4-months of one-on-one mentoring. The learning experience is embedded with practical workplace projects to develop your real-world applied professional skills.
The program accepts up to only 16 learners in each cohort for intimate and interactive face-to-face sessions, with more opportunities for individual learner success.
In each location, Foundations of Intentional Leadership will be facilitated by highly-credentialed management experts who will guide learners with their experience, knowledge and passion for leadership.
Before the program: 3 diagnostic reports
DiSC BEHAVIOURAL PROFILING
Through self-assessment, DiSC informs communication style, decision making tendencies and preferred working environments.
GENOS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Genos measures how well you demonstrate emotionally intelligent leadership competencies in your role.
Gain insightful feedback on attributes that are critical to management and leadership best practice, based on IML ANZ’s Manage and Lead Competency Framework.
Following the program: 4 months mentoring
IML ANZ’s exclusive mentoring program provides an ideal opportunity for ongoing development after the completion of the program. A mentor is matched based on experience and individual learning goals.
• Understand your role as a manager and leader
• Improve self-awareness and understand how these elements impact your leadership style
• Develop techniques to lead a productive, motivated and engaged team
• Understand how your role fits into the bigger picture of the team and organisation
Alternating between face-to-face learning days and online coursework, attendees will undergo facilitated study for the first 12 weeks to a program developed on six learning modules.
1.The Intentional Leader
The first module introduces you to becoming an intentional leader. You will develop capabilities required to execute responsibilities including: operating to new managerial time frames, managing changes in working relationships, making a behavioural and value-based transition to a leadership role, and enabling others to grow and perform.
To map the development journey to your experience, your leadership, behavioural and EI competencies will be measured through IML 360, DiSC and Genos analytics tools.
2. Manage Self
This module builds your skills on managing your role as a leader focused on time management, decision-making, and problem-solving skills. The module shapes a foundation for a continuous cycle of professional development, the cornerstone of progression and growth in your leadership journey.
This module is focused on equipping you with workplace communication skills to effectively correspond with people at all levels of the organisation – your staff, manager, executive leadership team and board.
4. Manage Team
This module is centred around developing your skills to enable your team to succeed and perform as a unit. Skills covered include building teams, nurturing different personalities, motivating and engaging groups, as well as coaching for team success.
5. Manage People
The most difficult shift from specialist to leader is the new task of managing your people. This module provides practical knowledge on navigating teams, managing performance, managing conflicts and communicating to the individual’s needs.
6. The Bigger Picture
The final module focuses on the long-term goal of your leadership journey, equipping you with skills to manage and lead a business. This module introduces the relationship between your role and your businesses strategy, vision, risks, and financial and operational plans.
Every fortnight, attendees are required to attend a face-to-face day — a full day of interactive learning based in the CBD.
Shannon is a leadership and management facilitator known for getting bold results. His refreshing, energetic, and interactive approach has been known to empower employees, thrill customers, and embolden entire organisations.
For over a decade, government agencies and companies seeking big impacts have turned to Shannon for insight and inspiration. He has worked with big and small teams, single and multi-site businesses helping lead big-impact leadership programs. His high energy workshops and presentations delight audiences while his invigorating methods help unshackle powerful ideas and foster lasting organisational change.
Shannon is currently studying a Masters Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Swinburne and has an Advanced Diploma of Management and Advanced Diploma of Human Resource Management from the Pragmatic Institute plus a Diploma of Business from Monash University.
SYDNEY- ALAN BURTON
Taking great satisfaction from the learning that comes with group facilitation, Alan has extensive experience in all aspects of generalist HR with a solid track record of building capability and engagement for leadership groups and their teams.
Most recently working for Lion Nathan in FMCG / Manufacturing, Alan has a business connected and pragmatic approach. He has coached and influenced at all levels, holds qualifications in HR and Engineering and has worked in both Operational and HR leadership roles.
Originally from Devon and Cornwall in the UK, Alan is a family man with two daughters. He enjoys practical work at home and dearly loves Australia and all things motorcycling, boating and fishing.
Book now for our upcoming Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra cohorts beginning in June 2019. IML’s Foundations of Intentional Leadership program can also be tailored to your company needs and run in-house at any time (12 people minimum).