I really enjoyed how interactive and engaging the topics and the facilitator were. (The facilitator) created an excellent space where the group could express themselves if they wished to.
At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Distinguish between effective management and leadership
- Identify their natural leadership style, and learn to be more comfortable using less familiar styles
- Identify their Emotional Intelligence (EI) and use it to lead people more effectively
- Improve self-awareness
- Use a range of communication skills for relationship building and influencing
- Identify a vision and the key elements needed for its execution
- Analyse their APS career history and identify key development goals and strategies
3 days, face-to-face
This program is run as both a residential and non-residential program.
The residential experience, held at The Briars, achieves positive outcomes by both providing opportunities to be immersed in learning and to develop relationships and providing a new space and context where participants were equal and existing barriers and hierarchies are broken down.
The non-residential experience is held at the AIM Canberra campus. The benefits of studying in a classroom setting include being able to share first-hand experiences, ideas and questions with peers and our expert facilitators. You’ll study alongside like-minded people and strengthen your network.
The Briars is near Bowral in the NSW Southern Highlands, midway between Canberra and Sydney, some 15 minutes’ drive from the Hume Highway. The Briars allows sole occupancy for CPM courses, so participants can get to know each other and interact within a private setting. Transportation to and from the venue is provided from Canberra by a chartered transport service.
Residential delivery includes all meals, accommodation and return bus between Canberra and the program venue. Non-residential delivery includes a dinner on the evening of night one as well as catering throughout the day of delivery.
Both experiences include courseware, experiential activities, diagnostic profiling and a one-hour Executive Coaching session post-program.
For residential programs held at The Briars, you will be invoiced for $4,500 (GST inc). This includes meals, accommodation and return bus transport between Canberra and the program venue. Cancellations or deferrals after the closing date will attract a cancellation fee of $700, alternatively substitutes can be accepted up until 14 days before the course begins.
For non-residential delivery at AIM Canberra you will be invoiced for $3,500 (GST inc).
We require full payment to be made upfront prior to attending the training. An invoice will be sent to you once your enrolment is confirmed. Upon receipt of your invoice you can elect to have payment made through Direct Deposit or call (02) 6120 1980 and pay via credit card.
Our greatest asset is the strength of our people. Our facilitators are often sought after by name and our highly qualified CPM consultants have an average of 20 years’ experience of working in and with all areas of the public service. Our teams’ extensive experience brings a results based perspective that unlocks the potential of every participant. We take pride in our integrity, responsiveness and professionalism when transforming talent for the workplace of tomorrow.
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About About 360° Feedback and DiSC Work of Leaders
360° Feedback is a process whereby leaders and staff members can receive confidential, anonymous feedback from the people they work with. It is an important element of this program and is undertaken using the Executive Leadership Profile 2 (ELP2). The ELP2 is built upon an established public sector management competency framework and focuses on public sector-specific capabilities. 360° feedback, with its focus on comparing one’s own views with others’ assessments of our performance and behaviour, lies at the very heart of management and leadership success.
The suite of DiSC profiles are behavioural profiles that identify self-reported behavioural preferences. Based on William Marsten’s work, the DiSC profiles identify individuals’ key behavioural drivers and describe common behaviours that people adopt as a consequence. The DiSC WoL profile looks at how a leader drives vision, achieves alignment and enables execution. It aims to develop greater self-awareness and greater skill in relation to communicating with others in the workplace.