Leadership@Play Winter 2019
Our Leadership@Play Winter programme has been designed, featuring a 3 night residential stay at Great Barrier Island and extensive coaching over a four month period.
This course takes place within a group of eight senior executives, curated carefully to ensure a commonality of life/career stage and position, and at the same time considering diversity of person, personality and industry sector. Sessions are anchored in a leadership theme and where appropriate, are co-facilitated with a guest expert in the field. The Winter course challenges participants in a safe environment, implementing an expansive leadership mindset and an extended collegial network to take you all the way.
Leadership@Play 2019 Established Leaders
Our next two courses for Established Leaders will commence in February 2019 with a three night residential on Great Barrier Island.
You may be a Divisional Head or CEO/MD depending on the organisation and sector and are probably in your late 30’s to mid-50’s. You may have had some professional development or leadership coaching already but sense the need for something perhaps deeper and more fundamental to shift the way you play.
Second Act Pilot #2
We are running a second pilot with a mixed gender group starting in September 2018. This six-month programme features some new iterations from the learnings of our previous courses.
The Second Act is a course designed specifically for those who want to reinvent themselves at mid-life. The exact nature of the reinvention is up to the individual and the process is not prescriptive. This is about going through an experience that helps you get out of your own way in order to get clarity and momentum.
Leadership@Play Course Extension
As all participants are considered as collaborators in our work, this extension programme has been designed in response to several Leadership@Play alumni who want to keep their development a priority.
Precious Clark has created a new and unique training course called ‘Te Kaa’ that ignites people’s learning, understanding and experience of Māori culture in a safe and exploratory environment.
Te Kaa gives you a basic foundation to be able to consider Māori culture within your decision making processes, policies and procedures and strengthens your ability to connect with your Māori colleagues and clients. Te Kaa is suitable for people with limited or no knowledge of the Māori world, or those looking for a refresher to bolster their confidence.