This course focuses on how leaders can facilitate performance in other people most effectively. This is particularly valuable for leaders who have to balance the demands for their teams to perform in the short term, whilst also enabling them to learn and get better for the long term.
Informed by a growing understanding of neuroscience and the principles by which people learn and adapt in order to achieve their potential. This course will establish not simply the theory upon which leaders can measure the impact they have, but also how these principles are being applied successfully in the world of elite sport and business. In doing so delegates will leave with a clear framework for getting the best out of their people.
Leaders and managers responsible for helping others perform at their best.
Developing a language for performance and having effective performance conversations
Building trusting relationships and leading with emotional intelligence
Believing in the potential of individuals
Using effective goal-setting and feedback as a tool for continuous improvement
Helping people to stay focused and engaged
Managing people’s motivation and confidence
Applying the principles of accelerated learning to day-to-day work