Nelson Mandela knew what it took to be a great leader – support and encourage from behind, but step up to the frontline when things get tough. Of course, we know this is easier said than done! Propel-ed’s leadership programs aim to build this Mandela style of leadership.

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PROPEL INTO LEADERSHIP (NEW LEADER)

Leaders must be able to think outside the box for ‘progressive leadership’ to become the norm – challenging assumptions, testing boundaries and pushing outside the comfort zone.  This program promotes self-awareness and builds key emotionally intelligent behaviours required to propel teams to success. Propel into leadership is designed to meet key organisational needs while creating change and growth.

Audience
New leaders looking to propel themselves into leadership

Time commitment
Participants commit to attend six full day or 12 half day workshops.

Propel ahead (emerging leader)

Propel your leaders ahead by equipping them with the skills and knowledge they need for their day-to-day role as well as building their core behaviours as they continue their leadership learning journey. Propel ahead ensures your leaders are ahead of the game, enabling them to step up and make well informed decisions.

Audience
Experienced mid level leaders looking to increase their organisational knowledge.

Time commitment
Participants commit to attend five full day or 10 half day workshops.

PROPEL WITH PURPOSE (EXPERIENCED LEADER)

Propel with purpose takes self-awareness and personal leadership in the workplace to another level. The program builds confidence to form inclusive, collaborative and self-authorising leaders.

Propel with purpose creates connections with the external environment through interactive workshops and delivery of a work-based project which combine to build networks and collaboration to deliver maximum impact across the organisation.

Audience
Experienced mid and senior leaders looking to advance their personal leadership and build their networks and impact across the organisation.

Time commitment
Participants commit to attend six full day or 12 half day workshops.