Who is it designed for ?
Spring Forward is for men and women who are:
> new to management or considering a move into a management or leadership role
> eager to progress further in their management or leadership role.
For employers, it reduces the time taken for people to settle into a management role, improves their work performance, gives newly promoted managers the skills and confidence in adapting to their new role and supports people in considering a management role.
What does the programme consist of?
Spring Forward is a grounded two to three month programme, consisting of four tried, tested and profoundly effective elements:
a two-day workshop followed by a one-day workshop
an individually-tailored, two to three month project
an attractive and comprehensive pack of exclusive course materials, including an exclusive, specially recorded CD to provide support
Spring Forward covers:
- Management Development Courses
- putting your positive attributes to work
- harnessing your ‘drivers’ for increased success
- developing and improving your leadership
- presenting yourself positively as a leader
- gaining coaching and mentoring that supports your aspirations
- understanding how your brain ticks – for increased effectiveness
- how men and women communicate at work
- creating a vision for the future that puts a spring in your step
- getting to grips with your perceived barriers to success
- relaxation and stress management
- setting imaginative yet realistic goals
- hearing other people’s perspectives on your issues. (In evaluations, this is the aspect most highly valued by participants.)
- making an impact in the way you present your ideas.
What results can I expect?
Spring Forward is career development with a management focus, enabling participants to:
> brush away the cobwebs and take an in-depth look at what they are doing and where they are going
> clarify their aspirations
> become more focussed
> improve their management performance by gaining insight into how gender, culture and > managerial issues influence communication at work
> implement a healthy stress management strategy
> revitalise their work/life balance
> set stretching, yet realistic, new goals
> make an impact in the way they present themselves and their ideas
> boost their self-motivation and positive attitude.