High Return Habits for People Leaders Program
- You’ve done some leadership development, but had patchy results in making anything stick.
- You know there’s a bunch of stuff you could do to be a better leader… but your good intentions are consistently thwarted by an overflowing inbox, inefficient meetings and other people’s priorities.
- You veer wildly between thinking you need to be more assertive with your team and worrying that you’ve been too tough.
- You’re spending so much time and energy on work that you have nothing left for the people who matter most in your life (as for spending time and energy on yourself – not a chance!).
While our current context takes us to new levels of uncertainty, at least a few of the above were daily features of working life for many leaders pre-Covid. In an era of rapidly shifting expectations, most of us are acutely aware that the ability to learn and change is more critical to successful leadership than ever before.
Ironically, the same factors that drive this need for constant learning – increasing complexity, accelerating technology, information overload – mean that many of us feel we simply don’t have the bandwidth to learn. One. More. Thing.
Which is why habit building using incremental (even tiny changes) is an indispensable skill for 21st Century leaders and the organisations in which they work.
If you want to:
Stay focussed, avoid distractions and make progress on the things that matter – in both your personal and professional life
Manage multiple competing priorities (tasks, projects, relationships) while maintaining your sanity and wellbeing
Communicate with clarity and confidence so you can increase your impact, solve problems and get your message across
Build a high-performing team in which accountability, trust and care are the norm
… then High Return Habits for People Leaders is for you
What’s different about High Return Habits?
Most people finish leadership programs with an intention to implement what they’ve learned.
But human beings are notoriously poor at translating good intentions into action. Partly because our brains tend to overestimate the capabilities of our Future Selves, and partly because few of us ever learn implementation skills.
Implementation skills, and in particular Dr BJ Fogg’s Tiny Habits® methodology are explicitly taught throughout the High Return Habits Program. And the Program is designed so that participants have daily support to implement and embed new behaviours and actions.
minute orientation call with Anna to set you up for learning and implementation success
full-day workshop to take you from surviving to thriving
90-minute weekly online group coaching calls in groups of no more than 8
weeks of daily advice, reinforcement, troubleshooting and motivation via a private, moderated Facebook Group
With her brother Diarmid, Anna is co-director of Leed Consulting, an Adelaide-based consultancy that specialises in developing resilient, inclusive leaders and high performance cultures. Anna has been designing and delivering high impact leadership development programs for well over a decade for clients such as Santos, UniSA and the Adelaide Football Club.
While she is renowned for her ability to create exceptional learning experiences that engage heads, hearts and hands, as a leadership coach and facilitator Anna’s primary preoccupation has always been making change stick. Her programs draw on the latest research from the fields of neuroscience, psychology and behaviour design to ensure that they lead to lasting change for participants and their organisations.
In addition to holding multiple accreditations, Anna is one of only three certified Tiny Habits® coaches in Australia. She believes BJ Fogg’s Tiny Habits® methodology is the most powerful, the most successful and simplest tool for helping people make meaningful changes that stick.