As part of our industry-leading recruitment training, Robert Half’s leadership courses covers an extensive range of training courses to continuously upskill our consultants.
Programs for the Self
Executive presence and presentation skills
This session helps leaders develop, organise and deliver effective and influential messages and presentations.
Leadership and self-deception
Leveraging the Arbinger Institute book, and concepts and certification, this session helps leaders understand how their mindset and approach can help or hinder key relationships and their overall success.
Resilience – WorkPlace Big 5
Based on the WorkPlace Big 5 assessment, this session helps leaders understand their own triggers and levels of resilience in an effort to build self-awareness and increase their overall effectiveness.
Based on the book The Upside of Down, this session aims to help leaders understand the different ways in which failure can be leveraged to advance their knowledge and success.
Leveraging Barry Johnson’s work on Polarity Management, leaders in this session learn and experience the importance of polarities, and the value of being able to proactively manage polarities in their role.
Speed of Trust
Leveraging Stephen Covey’s book The Speed of Trust, leaders learn about the importance of trust and the impact it has on how efficiently and effectively one can conduct business. It focuses on the overall value and health of key relationships as leaders.
The FIRO-B (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation – Behaviour) assessment is used to provide leaders with the awareness around their need for control, inclusion and desired level of relationships. This awareness helps leaders better understand how they interact with others during collaboration and their overall preferences for interactions.
Based on Ken Blanchard’s change management model, leaders learn the model to understand how people react to change, and the recruitment consultants are given the opportunity to apply this knowledge to a real-life change scenario.
Lead with a story
Storytelling is one of the most powerful and influential skills for leaders to master. Stories can make leaders memorable, influential and impactful in a very short timeframe. During this training, leaders learn what makes an effective story and be able to develop and deliver their own story.
Based on Tom Rath’s book, each leader is asked to complete an online assessment. They then receive a personalised report, allowing them to explore their results and ways to leverage their strengths as a leader.
Leveraging concepts from the Book Managing Brand You leaders learn the importance of having a personal brand as a leader, and how to redefine, refine or develop the desired brand.
Leading with purpose
Based on Simon Sineks’s book and Ted Talk video Starting with Why, this session allows a leader to understand and explore their personal reason why being a leader is important to them, and why good leaders are critical to a successful organisation.
GROW – Coaching for breakthrough
Leveraging InsideOut’s GROW model approach and materials, this session educates leaders on the fundamentals of performance and how to be more effective as a leader.
Leveraging Thomas Killman’s conflict assessment model, this session helps leaders understand the different conflict styles and how to effectively and productively navigate conflict.
5 Dysfunctions of a Team
Focused on the book by Patrick Lencioni, the models and concepts in this session are used to educate leaders on the different levels of dysfunction possible in a team environment, as well as how to overcome them to create a cohesive and productive team environment.
Programs for team collaboration
Leveraging the Vital Smarts materials, models and certification, this session helps leaders understand the components of influence and how to effectively use these skills in real business situations.
For leaders to be effective, and their teams to perform consistently, they need to understand the overall neurological reactions they, as well as their teams can experience. During this session, leaders learn how to remain effective in the face of the fight, flight or freeze neurological reactions.
Leveraging the Ken Blanchard’s book Leading at a Higher Level, and the situational leadership mode, this session helps leaders understand and navigate the different phases of leadership throughout the development and maturity phases of a direct report.
Exploring the success of the Great Britain cycling team and other successful organisations that have implemented the concept of Marginal Gains. Leaders learn about the overall concept and are given the opportunity to apply it to their business focus areas.