The Management Development Toolkit​

A customisable short course for supervisors,
team leaders and frontline managers, around 
critical elements of effective leadership​

Course Overview​

Offering high-impact, just in time learning, the one-day Management Development Toolkit (MDT) is perfect for organisations looking for targeted, cost-effective development.

The MDT represents a powerful opportunity for organisations to bring their junior management staff together to build their capacity and reflect on their important role as organisational leaders. 

Course Format

The MDT is a one-day development experience delivered onsite at your workplace. The course is divided into two distinct but complementary units which are selected by participating organisations based on their needs and preferences.​

Course Agenda

9:00am -12:30pm


12:30pm - 1:30pm


1:30pm - 5:00pm

Unit 1


Lunch Break


Unit 2

Course Unit Options

Each one-day MDT workshop is comprised of two units. The units are selected by participating organisations prior to delivery based on their organisational needs and development preferences. We are happy to provide guidance to assist organisations in selecting the most appropriate units.

Choosing your leadership approach

In a constantly changing world, it is crucial for leaders to know who they are and what they represent. This topic exposes participants to some key models of leadership, with special emphasis on an Adaptive approach to complex and challenging problems.​

Communicating with purpose

Organisations achieve results through the collaboration of people, which requires robust working relationships, at the heart of which is effective communication. This topic exposes participants to ways of communicating which lead to greater shared understanding, reduce misunderstanding, reduce conflict and achieve robust outcomes.

Achieving results through others

A significant transition all leaders must make is from that of individual contributor to one who achieves results through others. This topic will expose participants to the key principles of human motivation and how to tap into people’s personal sources of motivation to achieve results.

Building a high-performance team

Achieving outstanding results often requires coordinated effort. This topic will expose participants to the characteristics of high performing teams and provide ways to a build a high-performing team culture that embodies high levels of commitment and accountability.

Creating a winning culture

Creating an effective culture is one of the main roles of leaders and has very real implications for their ability to achieve key objectives. Culture can be the enabler or inhibitor of any workplace or team.  This unit provides insights into culture and practical tools for building an effective culture.

Making good decisions

The ability to properly identify problems, analyse them and make sound decisions becomes increasingly important as leaders assume greater responsibility. This unit provides insight and practical approaches that will improve the quality of both solving problems and making good decisions.

Leading change

In today’s world, change is constant and requires a significant investment of time and energy to manage successfully. This unit will expose participants to ways to engage others in change, deal with resistance to change and manage stakeholders, so that they can achieve their own change initiatives.

Prioritising energy and focus

Finding the time and energy to lead others effectively, often whilst balancing an existing workload, can be challenging especially for new managers. This topic will expose participants to the importance of effectively prioritising energy and focus in order to maximise overall performance.

Enquiries​​

For all enquiries relating to the Management Development Toolkit please fill in the form and a member of our Admissions Department will be in touch.

Alternatively you call us on 1300 138 037.

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Further Information​

Fees and Inclusions

The standard course fee is $8,990 (+ GST) per cohort. The maximum number of participants per cohort is 25. The standard course fee covers all face-to-face training, program related materials and facilitator travel and accommodation.

Delivery Format

The MDT is delivered as an in person, onsite course.

Delivery Date

A mutually acceptable delivery date will be decided in consultation with participating organisations upon registration.

Delivery Location and Costs

The standard course fee assumes delivery of the course will be onsite at the client’s offices. The course can also be delivered off-site however all costs associated with room, equipment hire and catering will be charged directly to the client.

Scope and Plan

Leading up to the commencement of this engagement the primary facilitator will conduct additional consultation with the client to assist in the selection of their preferred units and to ensure that their specific objectives and outcomes are achieved during the delivery stage.