CHARITIES

BRING SOME JOY TO THE “BUSINESS” OF DEVELOPING PEOPLE

You know all about having a big job to do; charities like yours deliver seriously high impact work, whilst facing high standards of public scrutiny. Having your days dominated by disputes, struggling to coordinate training and being faced with cold, managerial traditional leadership training providers is the opposite of what you need to ensure that your mission is achieved.

The Self Leadership Initiative, trusted partner to charities like yours since 2014, is here to support you in uniting and developing your people to collaborate on your big vision through bespoke training and workshops.

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READY TO GET STARTED?

Call or send an email to discuss your bespoke needs.

TRAINING TOPICS

Some of the themes your self leadership training might include:

  • Leadership Styles
  • Time management
  • Project management
  • Goal setting
  • Problem solving
  • Developing divergent thinking
  • Growth mindset
  • Self motivation
  • Mindfulness
  • Personality typing
  • Presentation skills and public speaking
  • Persuasion and storytelling frameworks
  • Structural dynamics
  • Coaching for learning
  • Coaching for performance
  • Effective teamwork processes
  • Active listening
  • Conflict resolution
  • Non violent communication
  • Negotiation and mediation
  • Handling difficult conversations
  • Communication styles
  • Campaigning
  • Understanding personal identity
  • Networking and conversation starters
  • Wellbeing and resilience tools

NURTURE THE HAPPINESS OF YOUR TEAM

The charitable sector knows better than anyone that looking after your people is always your first priority – and that a well rounded and happy team will always go the extra mile for your service users.

The Tools for Happier Living programme uses tried and tested positive psychology tools and group coaching to build the resilience and wellbeing of your team over 8 weeks. Click for more details and to book a programme for your team.

“The Self Leadership Initiative has contributed immensely to, not only the facilitation of the workshop, but the development of the Ethical Leadership Module. What we have now is excellent – it is what we are trade marking for our programme curriculum and will form a future skills transfer model. The Self Leadership Initiative has been a diligent training provider; they are very supportive to participants and the development of the faculty team.”

Muna Ismail, Programme Manager of Refugees as Rebuilders