5 interactive events with
top industry speakers
1:1 professional coaching
HBDI: WHOLE BRAIN Psychometric assessment
Personal and professional development
Network with like-minded young professionals
Active career management is a critical capability for any leader. In the first workshop of IECL’s Ignites program,
we’ll explore what it takes to love your work by looking at your strengths and values. We’ll each walk away with specific actions
to maximise our enjoyment and success in our current role and strategies for managing future work.
In all organisations, conversations are essential for achieving results. With conversational mastery, leaders and team members
alike can more effectively build relationships, set expectations and lead others to achieve desired business outcomes.
In this workshop we focus on how effective conversations contribute to business results
and teach the key skills to build relationships of trust while setting expectations.
Boosting productivity and satisfaction is about managing our limited cognitive load. Using a neuroscience lens rather than traditional time management,
we will explore the organising principle of the brain, our conscious and non-conscious modes of operation
and how to understand your personal brain rhythm. You will learn how to increase your performance
by understanding the 17 key brain capacities that influence your personal effectiveness – and how to train your brain to improve in these critical areas.
Coaching is increasingly recognised as the most effective way to create dynamic organisations
that are able to maximise the use of their internal resources to respond and adapt to challenges
and opportunities in the complex global business environment. In this workshop participants will learn how to
use coaching in their current role to develop people for their potential and strengths.
How do some teams achieve outstanding success, no matter how difficult the objective?
In this workshop we will explore the key characteristics that are shared with outstanding teams
who work cohesively using built trust and healthy conflict.