The Time For Head-Based, Masculine-Style Leadership Is Over
We Need To Grow A Generation Of Compassionate CEOs And Business Leaders, To Change The World
It's Time To Learn How To Lead From Your Heart In A Head-Based World
You know that your rising stars and high performers are the Board Members of tomorrow and you want to make sure you're developing them in a way that will make them want to stay - and will help to grow your business.
But traditional leadership training isn't cutting it any more.
Maybe you're seeing them struggling with Imposter Syndrome - if only they could see the genius you can see in them...
Perhaps they're resisting a golden opportunity with a secret self-imposed glass ceiling.
Or maybe they went for that opportunity and things have begun to fall apart.
You dream of a leadership team where they can show up with all of who they really are, not just the play-it-safe corporate masks they accidentally picked up over time. And you secretly know that once they reach the most senior levels, the mentoring and peer support that has helped them to grow so far will feel like it has disappeared.
They'll risk shutting down. Or putting up with 'coping'. Or leaving.
And There Comes A Tipping Point Where You Know Your Best Women Will Have To Start Leading Like Men, If They Want To Succeed
Leading with your heart in a head-based world isn't about getting fluffy over KPIs.
It's about realising that the business results depend on the people, as well as the processes....
... and that having people showing up with all of who they really are will mean you have teams who are confident, creative and courageous about growing your business.
Leading With Your Heart In A Head-Based World Sets Leaders Free To Be Who They Really Are And To Make The Difference They Are Really Here To Make
When people feel safe and supported, they are more likely to speak up with their brilliant ideas, to stretch their secret comfort zones, and do their best work.
There's a difference between 'evaluating' performance (behaviour) and 'judging' or 'criticising' someone (identity - who they are). The latter creates a culture of fear of making mistakes, triggering the stress-related performance effects that make mistakes more likely.
Heart-based leaders inspire their teams with hope, not fear, and everyone feels safe to contribute.
Fear is the fastest killer of creativity.
Formerly collaborative leaders can unwittingly turn into micro-managing bully bosses if they get promoted to a level where Imposter Syndrome strikes.
That can turn a happy team into a toxic work environment in just weeks.
But when a leader has cleared out their inner blocks and knows how to manage their internal state to inspire their team members, they can quickly foster a culture of creativity and innovation.
Businesses die when their teams dip into 'satisficing' mode - doing just enough to get the job done.
It doesn't mean you want workaholics.
But passion is the fuel behind breakthroughs, rather than burnout.
A heart-based leader has the ability to inspire their team members to achieve more than they dreamed possible, by connecting with the essence of the business' vision and helping them to see how that lines up with their dreams, too.
When a team's work is lined up with the company's vision, and people have been taught that they are genuinely empowered, they will learn how to make better decisions, more easily.
This makes your company more agile, more resilient to change, and able to bring new ideas to market more quickly than your competitors.
When you take fear out of the workplace, people learn how to shine. Optimism becomes contagious.
And the faster your people stretch and grow, the better your business will grow.
The most powerful business breakthroughs happen when your leaders and their teams show up with all of their Inner Genius.
Not just the sanitised, 'safe' bit.
Each Programme Clare Runs Is Tailored To Meet Your Needs, But There Are Core Themes
Create Breakthrough Performance Results In Just Six Weeks, With Only Two Days Out Of The Office
Clare Josa's unique blend of online training, group mentoring, in-house tutor groups and face-to-face learning means you get the benefit of the equivalent of several years of team training in just six weeks.
Delegates will cover the core modules in the form of self-study video training (as a certified NLP Trainer, Clare has specialised in how to design training that works, since 2003). This takes less than an hour per week.
Each week they get a one-hour group mentoring session with Clare (via Zoom with replay), to get answers to their questions and share their successes.
This lays the foundations for the programme's outcome and means that when they attend the two-day training, they can dive right in with the more advanced strategies.
Following on from the face-to-face training, there is the option of creating tutor groups, to provide a long-term, in-house support framework for delegates.
And anyone with separate needs that are identified during the programme can have focused mentoring sessions. The work they have already done means they'll need fewer of these to get the outcome they need.