The Programme

The Leading Well model recognises the crucial role leaders and managers play in your organisation. It highlights how pivotal they are in creating a happy, healthy and sustainable culture as they are tasked with supporting and motivating your wider team to achieve company objectives. We know bringing out the very best in them will, in turn, bring out the very best in your people.

We look to engage your leaders and demonstrate to them how influential they are to ensure engagement, workplace wellbeing and overall business performance. Great leadership is much more than what you know and how you can apply your knowledge, it’s an ability to relate, understand and interpret others, to then inspire and lead.

Workplaces, in the main, are relational environments. They are typically a melting pot of different beliefs, behaviours and personalities. We explore how a leader’s strength lies in understanding the people around them, how they respond to the way in which they behave and how subtle changes in the words they use, the way they express themselves, the way in which they relate to other people – can bring about different outcomes and positive results.

Developing a true understanding of self and how much leaders influence performance can be a difficult journey for many. We teach that it isn’t about finding the ‘right’ leadership style; it’s about recognising the importance of understanding different world views, different priorities and how certain behaviours produce certain outcomes.

Our programme demonstrates to leaders that if they develop the art of choosing which way to respond over another they will be powerful leaders, will have great followership – which is a mandatory trait for any successful leader in the 21st Century.


How we can help your leaders become healthy role models.

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Supporting Employees

Creating sustainable wellbeing by supporting a change in attitudes and behaviours

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Studies in support of the need for our Wellbeing Programme

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What do our delegates have to say?

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