Support for managers and teams to discover their best
Accountability for senior managers who demand results
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“I am the most productive and confident I have ever been
just two weeks after Libby’s course.”
Supervisor, Natural Resources Team
Coober Pedy District Council
Management Mastery is for new and emerging managers who want to
deflect rookie mistakes with tried and tested tools for
leading a winning team.
It’s for rural and regional men and women who want meaningful outcomes for
their team, their clients, the organisation, the community – and their career.
It’s for managers like you, who secretly know you’ve got what it takes,
but need a gentle nudge to believe in yourself.
Why Corporate Coaching?
We deal with the usual challenges, but the added pressures of distance, resources, a limited workforce and less professional development opportunities make managing regional organisations and teams unique. We need to find smarter ways of managing, because no matter how hard we work, overcoming those challenges can be a relentless and tireless task.
Corporate coaching can help regional and remote executives and teams navigate a way through challenges, to meet KPI’s and deliver organisational and individual success.
If you’re committed to moving your organisation, team and career forward, read on to find out how.
What if your team came with a manual that took the “AHHHHH” out of people management? One that stopped you from saying the wrong thing? Stopped that sick feeling when it’s time for performance management? A manual that meant you held the secret to attracting the right candidates for your next vacant position. The good news is: there is such a formula. It’s called personality profiling and it’s been tried and tested for over 4,000 years.
If you work in a cross-cultural environment, your communication has to be right. Otherwise, you’re wasting staff and client’s time and promoting disengagement. Here’s 8 top tips from guest blogger and international writer, Jodie Lea Martire. Learn from a pro and get your very next email snapping your readers’ attention.
Most managers don’t know how to support a staff member suffering mental health issues. Here’s some basic compassionate ideas for dealing with it proactively.
Libby has been able to engage me with a version of myself i thought never existed. Assisting to build the bridge between my current self and the business executive role i was entrusted with, drawing on my character to remain without being lost in the business world.
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