Leadership and Management

Leadership and Management Training Programs

Through iHR Australia’s Workplace Leadership and Management Training programs, team leaders, managers and supervisors will develop their leadership or management style. The programs cover what is required of a leader in an organisation and how to approach the management responsibility.

Participants of these programs will learn that being a good workplace leader is not totally dependant on their technical skills. Leadership roles are important for organisations to get right in order to develop a good team culture and improve business results.
By training its leaders via in iHR Australia’s Leadership and Management programs, organisations can proactively ensure that their leaders are equipped to deal with the situations and challenges that are present in workplaces.

These training programs cater from new front-line managers through to experienced supervisors. Whether it’s an employee stepping up to a team leader role or a current manager looking to develop their current skill-set, iHR Australia’s Leadership and Management Training programs are suitable for a diverse range of management levels.

This training has been designed and is facilitated by Senior Facilitator Alan Colvin.

What these training will cover:

Stepping Up – Front Line Managers Developing Leaders
  • Responsibilities of a manager;
  • Role in business performance;
  • How to manage the team;
  • Self-awareness;
  • Building your team and culture;
  • Setting expectations and holding employees accountable through performance management;
  • Preparing for a performance discussion;
  • Managing and communicating to your team including one-on-one discussions and team meetings;
  • Coaching, giving feedback and handling conflict; and
  • Your path to management.
  • Management and leadership;
  • Strategy and the ‘Bigger Picture’;
  • Ethical decision making;
  • Leadership styles;
  • Delegation;
  • Managing and leading change within the team;
  • Collaboration and innovation;
  • Motivating team - reward and recognition; and
  • Influencing the team and stakeholders.
Stepping Up – Front Line Managers
  • Responsibilities of a manager;
  • Role in business performance;
  • How to manage the team;
  • Self-awareness;
  • Building your team and culture;
  • Setting expectations and holding employees accountable through performance management;
  • Preparing for a performance discussion;
  • Managing and communicating to your team including one-on-one discussions and team meetings;
  • Coaching, giving feedback and handling conflict; and
  • Your path to management.
Developing Leaders
  • Management and leadership;
  • Strategy and the ‘Bigger Picture’;
  • Ethical decision making;
  • Leadership styles;
  • Delegation;
  • Managing and leading change within the team;
  • Collaboration and innovation;
  • Motivating team - reward and recognition; and
  • Influencing the team and stakeholders.

Workplace Leaders and Managers

Face-to-Face Training

iHR Australia's face-to-face training uses Workplace Reality Theatre, where professional actors re-enact real workplace situations. This unique teaching methodology utilises storytelling and role plays to illustrate typical workplace behaviours. Participants find this highly engaging and helpful in discussing their thoughts and feelings, which in turn highlights core concepts and encourages learning. This methodology enables participants to recognise some elements in their own behaviour.

On Site Delivery

iHR Australia delivers its Leadership and Management Training programs Australia-wide, including capital cities and regional towns. Our expert facilitators travel around the country as required to deliver Leadership and Management Programs at your site location and can customise the program to individual workplace requirements.

Public Training

Organisations can register participants in our Stepping Up – Front-Line Managers and Developing Leaders, which is delivered in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane with Regional hubs coming soon.

Our Public Training also provides the opportunity to network with other like-minded participants. The diversity of the training group allows for an interesting range of perspectives and experiences to be shared. Lunch is also provided during the day for participants for both programs, as well as morning and afternoon tea.