WINNERS-at-WORK Pty Ltd supports leaders to unleashing the potential of people at work.
Our point-of-difference is that we don’t have ‘off-the-shelf’ pre-packaged ‘solutions’. WINNERS-at-WORK appreciates that your issues are unique to your business. We therefore tailor our responses to your needs. In other words, we are proven problem- solvers who use a wide variety of effective and efficient strategies. We add value to your organisation and contribute to producing productive workplace cultures that are sustainable.
Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn is an innovative leadership development program for middle managers and supervisors. Its designed to build core leadership competencies in the areas of
- Effective feedback
- Personal influence
- Team performance
- Maximising performance
- Understanding people
- Effective meetings
Each of the six units are one hour and focused and practical. The units are presented over lunch (AEST) to minimise interruption in the workplace. They are piped into the computer screen of the manager while they eat their lunch.
Influencing Capabilities Profile
Without influence, managers are ineffective. There is growing recognition that this is a core leadership competency for managers, across industries, geographies, and sectors. Managers need to influence up, down, and increasingly, sideways, as organisations become flatter, more manoeuvrable and less hierarchical.
The Influencing Capabilities Profile provides you with an understanding of your preferred influencing strategy.
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