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Increasing volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) in organisational life means that traditional ways of managing are failing. New approaches gaining ground are less about 'telling and directing' and more about 'engaging and developing'. The term ‘coaching culture’ is emerging to describe organisations that embrace these approaches.
The assumptions that drive a coaching culture are:
Managers who already experience success and are keen to take their leadership to a new level. It may also be of interest to external coaches and consultants who are seeking some fresh ideas for sharpening their coaching practice.
If you've attended Leadership through coaching and mentoring, don't register for this workshop as you'll have covered the content already.
We're offering this workshop in Brisbane and Canberra.
This full-day workshop, called a 'breakthrough day', is part of our Business Connect Leadership Development programs:
Business Connect brings together corporate and government professionals at intensive workshops that showcase the latest research from our QUT Graduate School of Business and address complex challenges facing leaders, managers and executives today.
Costs for Brisbane and Canberra workshops are the same.
Corporate members of Business Connect Brisbane and Canberra are entitled to reserved seating at our workshops and other bonuses. See our Business Connect corporate packages to find out more about membership.
For more information about corporate membership or course content, contact our Business Connect team.
For registration or payments queries, contact Continuing Professional Education.
Geoff is Director of Executive Coaching in our QUT Graduate School of Business. He manages the various coaching programs at the school, including the fostering of coaching as an essential leadership practice in complex environments.
Geoff teaches various programs related to leadership, including within our Executive Master of Business in Complex Program Management, Executive MBA, and various corporate leadership development programs. He has particular expertise in business and executive coaching as a practitioner, trainer, researcher, and author.
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FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP are not available for Continuing Professional Education courses.
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If you can't attend a workshop you can send someone else in your place at no additional cost. Due to the preparation required for the workshops, you must notify Continuing Professional Education of any substitutions at least four working days before each workshop.
If you want to cancel your registration, email Continuing Professional Education at least 14 days before the workshop and you'll receive credit towards any future event held by QUT Graduate School of Business in the next 12 months.