It has been said time and again that a leader is so much more than just holding a title of management. Leaders inspire their team members to follow them, to want to achieve the same goals as them, and to be inspired to achieve their full potential.

Explore our wide range of leadership courses that cover topics related to all levels of management, from supervisors to the top rungs of the organisation, and even topics that go beyond to help you to connect with those you work with.

Leaders of Tomorrow

Translate your vision into reality when you learn how to develop a culture where your team is able to communicate freely and be actively involved.

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Leading with Confidence

Being a supervisor may be overwhelming when you might be managing multiple teams or staff who are older than you, but you can build up the trust & competence needed to do so

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Leading & Facilitating Change

Change is the only constant in today’s VUCA business environment. While employees in general welcome change, they fear it at the same time due to the uncertainty. The good news is that change is a process and the Kotter 8-step change approach is an effective approach to develop confidence in the employees while ensuring the change is successful.

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Leading Across Culture

As the world become more globalized and boundaryless, leaders need to be adept at working across cultures. Today’s workforce is extremely diverse, coming from different parts of the world and society with different expectation and wants.

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Lead with Questions

Have you ever been in the presence of a great leader, been amazed at how they achieved better outcomes and wondered how they do this?
The skill that great leaders have is knowing the right questions to ask, and being able to listen deeply. This will enable the leader to perform well in any situation, effectively communicate with their team and achieve better results across the organization.

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Interesting reads

Engaged Millenials

Engaging Millennials at Work

We often hear millennials been labelled as “lazy”, “needy” or “entitled” by the media. Contrary to the negative stereotype, a study conducted by ManpowerGroup in 2016