What we're about

The Wellington Leadership Group is a group of individuals who are interested in growing as leaders. Whether you're a seasoned leader running several teams, just starting out and want to develop more skills, or you're interested in knowing what it takes to really lead a team then this group is for you. Come along and share your experiences, bring the challenges you're facing and take this unique opportunity to develop your career as a leader.

By joining you can expect to have fun, to be engaged and participate in your own learning, to dive into some fascinating questions about leadership, to be provoked to challenge assumptions or ideas and to come away with some valuable insights that you can apply to your unique personality and context. Learn about yourself, learn about the other people in the room and learn about interesting leadership concepts and principles.

This event is sponsored by Results Coaching (http://www.resultscoaching.co.nz) and Momentum Recruitment (http://www.momentum.co.nz).

Upcoming events (2)

The Power of Beliefs

Momentum Recruitment

During the recent outbreak in Auckland, a big problem that hindered our ability to trace the spread of the virus came down to people's beliefs about the virus. In fact, it seems that beliefs in conspiracy theories and about other things that seem unusual are on the rise. So how do we change a limiting belief - something that might be holding us back in life and preventing us from moving forward and achieving our full potential? In this workshop, Cillín Hearns, director of Results Coaching will create a framework from which you can explore those beliefs that hold you back and dismantle them so they no longer have any control over you. Please remember we will be collecting for a New Zealand charity at all events. This is a simple gold coin donation and is completely optional. About Cillín Hearns An Irishman living in New Zealand, Cillín has a strong background in information technology and consulting. He has several years experience in project management and project governance. Cillín has led project teams through multiple concurrent projects ranging in size from $300k to $12m. He has also had the good fortune to lead and develop up to 12 teams of 140 consultants of various disciplines including Agile, DevOps, Test Analysis, Business Analysis, and Architecture so he knows what it takes to deliver. Giving back to the community is important to Cillín. That’s why he set up the Wellington Leadership Group and the Wellington Coaches Network. With over 1,700 members in the Leadership Group, Cillín speaks on a range of topics on everything from holding difficult conversations and giving feedback to personal effectiveness and high-performing teams. With a vision to raise the level of coaching throughout New Zealand, Cillín facilitates mini workshops to advance coaching skills across all coaching disciplines and team leaders. As a Leadership and Performance Coach, Cillín has worked with people from a range of backgrounds and at every level of the organisation. His style is both relaxed and professional with a large dose of humour at the right times which is summed up nicely by this feedback, “Fantastic – this guy rocks! Amazing speaker. The session was motivating and inspiring.” About Results Coaching Founded in 2011, Results Coaching (formerly Setanta Consulting), is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing coaching practices. Our promise is to expand the horizons of our clients measured by observable growth through coaching and training events. As one participant put it, “This is the type of talk I’m looking for at my stage of my career, i.e. focuses on personal development rather than technical skills.” Please Note: We may photograph or record the event for promotion purposes and may reproduce the image of any person who attends for any purpose without payment.

Getting things done with Kanban and Scrum

Momentum Recruitment

During this event Christoph will present his custom personal productivity method which he has developed based on his extensive experience in managing projects and teams. He will provide an overview of the time management method Getting Things Done (GTD) and the popular Agile frameworks Scrum and Kanban and explain how he uses a combination of them to be his most productive self. After the presentation, you will be able to set up your own Kanban board, run your weekly Sprints and take the next big step on your personal productivity journey. About Christoph Meierhofer Christoph Meierhofer is a highly organised, results-driven and forward thinking project management and service delivery expert who helps people and organisations to be efficient and to get things done. In particular, he enjoys setting up and running projects and making them fun and worthwhile for team members and customers. Christoph held leadership positions in Switzerland, England, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand and has more than 20 years of experience in managing international project and service delivery teams with large financial services organisations, government agencies and ICT services providers. During his career, he successfully delivered organisational change and outsourcing projects both on the customer and vendor side. Additionally, he achieved significant savings and increased customer satisfaction by improving and automating processes, aligning operations globally and implementing technology upgrade projects with minimal disruption to end users. Christoph is known for taking a pragmatic approach to complex challenges and making complicated technology simple and understandable. About Results Coaching Founded in 2011, Results Coaching (formerly Setanta Consulting), is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing coaching practices. Our promise is to expand the horizons of our clients measured by observable growth through coaching and training events. As one participant put it, “This is the type of talk I’m looking for at my stage of my career, i.e. focuses on personal development rather than technical skills.” Please Note: We may photograph or record the event for promotion purposes and may reproduce the image of any person who attends for any purpose without payment.

Past events (52)

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome in the workplace

Momentum Recruitment

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