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Leadership Maturity & Vertical Development

Most of us are familiar with the idea that “the significant problems that we face today cannot be solved with the same level of thinking we were at when we created them” (Einstein).

  • Dates:Oct 29
  • Time(s):5.30pm - 7.30pm
  • Venue:Leadership Centre

Details

  • Type:Networking,Talks
  • Industry:Leadership,Education,Human Resources
  • Hosted By:AIM WA

Description

LEADERSHIP MATURITY AND VERTICAL DEVELOPMENT 

The Challenge of Growing Bigger Minds

Most of us are familiar with the idea that “the significant problems that we face today cannot be solved with the same level of  thinking we were at when we created them” (Einstein). But how do we assess and develop our “level of thinking”?

As leaders face ever more complex adaptive challenges, it would appear that cultivating new levels of thinking is increasingly necessary. So how might organisations measure the “level of thinking” in their leadership community? And how might leaders assess whether the level of thinking is a match for their leadership challenges and develop increased capacity where it is required?

In this session, Angela explores these questions through the lens of the Leadership Maturity Framework. She will take us on a journey through the seven stages of adult development (or levels of thinking) typically seen in organisations and how each stage impacts organisational performance and shapes organisational culture.

Vertical development (the work of growing bigger minds) has been identified by the Centre for Creative Leadership as the fastest growing trend in leadership development and you will leave this session with:
• Greater insight into your own stage of development
• An appreciation for the capacities and limitations of others’ stage of development
• Insight into the value of horizontal and vertical development
• Ideas for tapping into the hidden developmental capacity in your organisation.

Strategy: From Principles To Practice Program

The program captures the latest thinking from strategic management theory, delivers hands-on experience of the strategy consulting toolkit, and adapts tried and tested strategic frameworks.

  • Dates:Oct 31 - Nov 1
  • Time(s):8.30am - 4.30pm
  • Venue:AIM WA Floreat

Details

  • Type:Courses
  • Industry:Leadership
  • Hosted By:AIM WA

Description

This interactive and practical program allows participants to gain exposure to multiple strategy frameworks and to structured problem-solving in order to develop a range of skills critical to planning for the future. Modern business case histories from diverse industries are used to illustrate and develop critical thinking and facilitate the strategy development process. Strategies to foster and create innovative business models are illustrated, with participants gaining experience of how businesses and industries may change in future.

This program is designed for any person who wants to develop their strategic thinking, planning and doing competencies. It is particularly appropriate for managers who have, or are moving into, a position of strategic responsibility. The program is applicable to developing strategy within the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.

Program Content:

o What is strategy and does it matter?

o The 'how' and 'why' of strategy

o Business model innovation for turbulent times

o Structured problem-solving as a key strategy tool

o Strategy frameworks and principles

o Strategy business cases

o Strategy in action

About the presenters:

Professor Allan Trench

Professor Allan Trench is a former strategy consultant with McKinsey & Company, engaged in strategy assignments across multiple industry sectors, the author of 10 books and over 50 peer-reviewed journal publications. He is a past member of the Woodside strategy team and has held a number of senior positions in the mining industry, including with WMC Limited (since acquired by BHP Billiton). Allan has over 25 years of combined industry and academic experience and has served as a director of a number of emerging ASX-listed resources companies since 2003. Allan has held academic positions in geophysics (Oxford University) and in Mineral Economics (Curtin University). He is currently the MBA Director and Professor in the Practice of Management at UWA Business School. He holds four degrees including a doctorate in geophysics (Glasgow University) and an MBA (Distinction) from Oxford University.

John Sykes

Mr John Sykes is the founder and principal of Greenfields Research. He is currently completing a multidisciplinary doctorate at UWA. John is the author of a book published in 2016 and has over 10 peer-reviewed scholarly papers. John will assist Allan in the delivery of this program.

To book into this program, please visit www.execed.com.au/open/programs/program?number=007

Overcoming Obstacles to Create a Champion Mindset

Creating a champion mindset requires a holistic view of our development; one which encompasses our physical wellness through mind and body connection.

  • Dates:Nov 6
  • Time(s):12.00pm - 2.00pm
  • Venue:Leadership Centre

Details

  • Type:Workshops,Courses,Networking,Lunches
  • Industry:Leadership,Education
  • Hosted By:AIM WA

Description

OVERCOMING OBSTACLES TO CREATE A CHAMPION MINDSET
MIND AND BODY CONNECTION THROUGH YOGA


Yoga and mindset control are powerful tools for overcoming obstacles in our lives. Often we perceive failures as negatives, but changing our view so we see them as a learning opportunity, ultimately leads to success.

Creating a champion mindset requires a holistic view of our development; one which encompasses our physical wellness through mind and body connection. Yoga provides a great foundation for this connection.

At the session, we will explore how a heightened awareness of our physical body, using basic yoga postures (asana), can help us adopt new strategies to avoid “failure”. With this heightened awareness, and the application of our new strategy, we can remove many of the physical obstacles which we believe prevent us from doing a given posture. The same approach can be applied to our mental or emotional beliefs around the same posture.

We’ll connect the building blocks of this physical, mental and emotional approach to postures in Yoga with the fundamental thought processes of a positive mindset, and show how long term development requires greater perspective and perseverance.

Join us for lunch and learn:
• An appreciation for greater perspective through a heightened awareness of self
• Practical tools to create mind and body connection
• Strategies to create a positive mindset.

The yoga asana explored in this session are very basic and don’t require any
experience of yoga, or special clothing.

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