Our M.A.P. program focusses on 3 areas essential to leadership success:
Mastery of self, including personality, values, beliefs and behaviours.
Awareness of others, including personality, social and cultural diversity.
Planning for the journey ahead, including strategy, goal-setting and time management
Participants will explore a range of topics designed to provide them with a keen insight on how to positively influence greater harmony and productivity within their teams.
This program is conducted over 3 days and 2 nights, hiking and camping in the great outdoors in locations close to each capital city. (Single night, day hikes or classroom sessions can also be arranged).
Our C.O.M.P.A.S.S. program explores seven core areas required to effectively lead teams:
Collaborate, including communication, team development and facilitation skills.
Oversee, including leadership theories and styles and delegation skills.
Mentor, including elements of effective training and coaching skills.
Participate, including intervention, problem-solving and continuous improvement skills.
Appraise, including performance reviews, giving feedback and thinking styles.
Support, including change management, seeking assistance and drug and alcohol awareness.
Succeed, including defining success, motivation and future planning.
Participants engage in a series of discussions and activities designed to address specific skills identified as essential in maximising team involvement and development.
The Collaborate/Oversee modules are conducted over 2 days and 1 night, hiking and camping in the great outdoors in locations close to each capital city. The process is repeated for Mentor/Participate and then Appraise/Support. The Succeed module is conducted as a single day hike only. (Single night, day hikes or classroom sessions can be arranged).
Both programs are designed to deliver unique leadership training with impact. Each session is led by an experienced and entertaining leader and trainer. In order to maximise the learning experience for participants, group sizes are limited to a maximum of 16. Larger groups can be accommodated on request.
Whilst every care is taken to ensure the safety of participants, bushwalking, hiking and camping outdoors pose inherent risks. Participants will be required to sign a waiver of indemnity in the unlikely event of an accident, injury, illness or death resulting from participation in either program.
For both programs, participants need to possess a reasonable degree of fitness and be medically fit to carry a backpack weighing approximately 20 kilograms, to walk on varying terrain and incline/decline, to eat basic rations and to sleep in and on basic protection from the elements.
Some equipment is provided and participants will receive a detailed list of what to bring for each session. All meals are provided on the duration of each trip.