Spring Forward is the energizing program that boosts people on the way up.
Spring Forward is a career development program which is an effective next step for people who’ve previously participated in the Springboard or Navigator program. It is also effective as stand-alone development program for people newly in a management role or who are approaching a management role.
Who is it designed for ?
Spring Forward is for men and women who are:
For employers, it reduces the time taken for people to settle into a management role, improves their work performance, gives newly promoted managers the skills and confidence in adapting to their new role and supports people in considering a management role.
What does the program consist of?
Spring Forward is a grounded two to three month program, consisting of four tried, tested and profoundly effective elements:
a two-day workshop followed by a one-day workshop
an individually-tailored, two to three month project
an attractive and comprehensive pack of exclusive course materials, including an exclusive, downloadable visualizations/relaxations to provide support
Spring Forward covers:
putting your positive attributes to work
harnessing your ‘drivers’ for increased success
developing and improving your leadership
presenting yourself positively as a leader
gaining coaching and mentoring that supports your aspirations
understanding how your brain ticks – for increased effectiveness
how men and women communicate at work
creating a vision for the future that puts a spring in your step
getting to grips with your perceived barriers to success
relaxation and stress management
setting imaginative yet realistic goals
hearing other people’s perspectives on your issues. (In evaluations, this is the aspect most highly valued by participants.)
making an impact in the way you present your ideas.
What results can I expect?
The core of Spring Forward is career development with a management focus and enables participants to:
brush away the cobwebs and take an in-depth look at what they are doing and where they are going
clarify their aspirations
become more focused
improve their management performance by gaining insight into how gender, culture and managerial issues influence communication at work
implement a healthy stress management strategy
revitalize their work/life balance
set stretching, yet realistic, new goals
make an impact in the way they present themselves and their ideas
boost their self-motivation and positive attitude.