It’s Time for Action
Sep 6, 2017
Amarisk works with organisations that take the development, safety and success of their people seriously.
Key to this is developing leadership at all levels, creating the confidence to make decisions, pass on skills and deal with issues as they arise.
But how do you put this into practice? It’s one thing being technically qualified but you then have to cope with the ‘people bit’. Key is to explore the functions of leadership – what you actually have to do to ensure the task is completed, the team is developing and you get the best out of each individual.
If this approach resonates with your values, join us on one of our Action Centred Leadership (ACL) training courses – November 7th and 14th 2017 (filling up fast) or January 23rd and 30th 2018. Based on the work of Professor John Adair, our ACL course is a combination of theory, practical exercises and an exploration of your own style – and you leave the course with an action plan to develop your team.
For more details and to book your place, please click here.
ACL is relevant to leaders at all levels and over the years Amarisk trainer Trevor Vanstone has worked with scores of people from CEOs to newly appointed team leaders. “The principles are the same – being clear about objectives and planning, supporting the team and individuals, clear communication, dealing with the difficult issues and constantly evaluating the organisation’s and your own performance”, he said.
“With any organisation, whatever their line of work, it is all about leadership, the tone that is set and the actions the leaders take. It’s no surprise that if you get that bit right, you also steer clear of most HR and employment issues such as poor performance and staff turnover.”
Staged at the prestigious Land Rover Experience Centre (with its outstanding catering!) near Honiton, the course will enable you to share experiences and ideas with a range of delegates from Amarisk’s clients. The investment is £295 + VAT and the course takes place over two days, a week apart, to make it easier for busy leaders to attend.
ACL will make a real impact on your leadership and management technique – don’t take our word for it, read our blog on how it helped one of our clients Pavey Group.
To discuss how ACL could move your organisation forward, please contact Trevor by emailing email@example.com or phoning 01392 247436.
Apr 24, 2019 | The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) increased its fee for intervention (FFI) hourly rate from £129 to £154. The new charge came into effect on 6th April 2019.
Feb 07, 2019 | We have summarised the new statutory rates below, which will come into force in April 2019.