*Fully-booked. Please register interest to be informed of future dates*
As the opportunities and
challenges in the enterprising Third sector grow, we need organisations that attract and retain high-quality people. People who feel they
can grow and develop as professionals, staying motivated and engaged. People who are led
by managers that are self-aware and skilled at developing them. Managers who
want to have the crucial and courageous conversations required and can create an empowering working
environment. Taking a coaching approach is key to this.
However, adopting a coaching
approach and growing and developing others can be a challenge in the current
climate. Many managers feel they have neither the time, methods nor budget to
do it well. There is such a focus on delivery, targets and performance that
developing others and paying attention to the working environment while
also practising self-care can often fall
off the priority list.
This programme therefore
supports managers to build their coaching approach so they can help to develop
talent and create an empowering
environment while still practising self-care.
8 & 15 February 2022
8 & 15 March 2022
5 & 12 April 2022
& self-directed study
Cost: This programme is funded by Scottish Government through Just Enterprise and places are available at the highly subsidised rate of £100 for 6 days.
power of coaching is this - you are expected to give people the path to find
answers, not the answers".
leadership skills to become more resilient and sustainable in the current climate
confidence to work innovatively with stakeholders, partners and your Board
a community of supportive leaders
for social change
the practice of leadership into your daily life
Mairi is an experienced Organisational Learning and Development Consultant and for the last 20 years she has worked with organisations throughout the UK and abroad. Mairi was previously a mental health practitioner and as such has always been interested in issues of well-being in the workplace. To find out more click here.
Ross | Just Enterprise
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Statement about online learning
All Just Enterprise Leadership programmes will be delivered online using Zoom until June 2022. While we recognise that some of our learners would feel comfortable attending sessions in person, we are committed to making our programmes safe and accessible to all. In the lead up to this winter, we feel unable to offer clarity, to both our learners and facilitators, on what restrictions may remain in place in venues and the impact this would have on the delivery of our programmes. We also cannot be sure of COVID infection rates and isolation requirements and how this will affect each person’s ability to attend our
programmes. We have worked extremely hard since March 2020 to develop online versions of all of our programmes that still deliver impactful experiential learning where you can connect with peers in the sector and we are confident
that you will have a positive experience in this format. We look forward to engaging with all of our learners on the leadership programmes during 2021 and 2022 and to be able to offer in-person options when the time is right for everyone.
The online aspect was great. Being online helped ‘meet’ people
from further afield so I’ve gained more connections and a broader spectrum of
knowledge.” Previous Learner