Leadership with Purpose
The Learning to Lead workshops will be held over 3 x two hour sessions:
Session 1. Leadership with purpose
What is it that I can personally bring to help to build a more humanitarian world?
What is leadership without values?
How do I inspire others?
What are my goals and visions that I wish to share with others?
'Change begins with me.' How is this relevant to leadership?
Session 2. Conflict resolution
How do I help to unravel conflict for myself and others?
How do I listen / be open to other people's ideas?
How to unravel 'power play' and leave your ego at the door!
What is inclusive leadership?
Session 3. Public speaking and Communication skills
What makes a good public speaker? - The practical skills and the unseen skills of an artful facilitator
Clarity in your message
How do I embed my message with an audience so they wish to take action?
Confidence building - how do I be 'me' and lead at the same time?
You will learn skills such as:
how to build a provocation;
how to hold a courageous conversation;
how to connect to your audience;
how to use your story so the audience can imagine a better world;
you will be given the opportunity to present your own speech;
you will be given feedback to improve and develop your skills
Build as we go:
Time will be given to suggestions from you. What is it that you most want to learn about leadership?
To enquire about the ‘Learning to Lead’ workshops click the button below to contact Margaret.
Margaret Hepworth is an expert in teenage motivations and behaviours; a thought leader in peace and values education; founder of the solution-focused, social enterprise, The Gandhi Experiment; an English and Humanities teacher of 30 years; recipient of the 2016 Sir John Monash Award for Inspirational Women's Leadership; creator of Collaborative Debating.
Margaret authored The Gandhi Experiment – teaching our teenagers how to become global citizens to provide others with tools to unravel hate, fear and discrimination. Teaching non-violence as a conscious choice, she helps prevent cyber-bullying, bullying, domestic violence and conflict. Teaching young people to find purpose aids in the area of mental health and well-being.