Masterclass: Want to lead for positive change and impact?
Do you want to learn skills in leadership for you, your business, your industry and your local community?
The tourism sector is a leading part of the Tasmanian economy and it’s likely your tourism business is a critical part of your local community.
How can your leadership develop to ensure your business and your industry set the tone and deliver positive impacts in an ever changing political, economic and social policy landscape.
Session one (9:00am - 10:30am): What Leadership is it time for now?
We will define what kind of leadership is needed in the tourism industry today and into the future. You will be guided through a leadership self-reflection activity which will help you to establish the shifts you need to make to become the leader you want to be and the leader tourism needs you to be.
Session two (11:00am - 12:30pm): Leading high performing teams
We will unpack the attributes of high performing teams and the various stages of team development. You will gain insight into some of the best practice research on optimal team performance and will be provided with a framework to apply to your own team to set you on a path of intentional growth and development.
Prepare to learn, lead and leave with an action plan for leadership and team impact. Plus you can network with like-minded leaders and emerging leaders from your industry.
Please note - this Masterclass is limited to 18 people only. Participants must do both sessions.
Lauren Jauncey is an experienced and highly credentialed people, culture and communications consultant.
She has an unwavering passion for diversity and inclusion and a proven track record of improving organisational performance through leadership, talent and culture transformation programs. Lauren works with clients to improve business performance through establishing more inclusive and innovative cultures.
Her philosophy is simple - when people feel valued and included they are happier and healthier and will perform better at work. Lauren has held senior leadership roles across a range of industries including her recent stint based in Singapore as the Head of Employee Engagement across Asia Pacific at Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Lauren and her husband Lucas have three daughters and describe themselves as a “sports-crazy family”.