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High Potentials Program

The goal of this program is to invest in high potential team members, preparing them for leadership roles. By nurturing the development of these top performers, the business encourages them to feel valued while, at the same time, proactively sets them up with the mindset and skills needed to establish a ‘leadership brand’.

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Example program

Month 1

Values and leadership brand

Discover your values as a base for building your leadership brand.

  • Program roadmap
  • Induction
  • In person workshop
  • Tools for application

Month 2

Strengths and self-awareness

Celebrate your strengths and how these influence your leadership brand.

  • Clifton Strengths survey
  • In person workshop
  • Tools for application
  • Group coaching session

Month 3

Motivation and mindset

Activate a mindset that inspires you to perform and develop your leadership brand.

  • Virtual workshop
  • Tools for application

Month 4

Empathy and listening

Be present and listen to others to build an accessible leadership brand.

  • Virtual workshop
  • Guest speaker
  • Tools for application

Month 5

Communication and collaboration

Speak mindfully and collaborate to strengthen your leadership brand.

  • In person workshop
  • Tools for application
  • Group coaching session

Month 6

Group presentations: My Leadership Brand

Present your reflections and who you are as a leader back to your peers and the business.

  • Group coaching: presentation preparation
  • In person presentations of leadership brand

PROGRAM Outline

Delivery Options

In Person Program

Virtual Program

Hybrid Program

Key Outcomes

1. High potentials who cultivate their leadership brand with a conscious intention.

2. High potentials who develop skills in self-awareness and self-regulation.

3. High potentials that develop a strong awareness of their strengths and weaknesses.

4. High potentials who learn fundamental skills that build leadership potential.

5. High potentials that apply this leadership potential by taking on challenges and stretch tasks.

Possible Inclusions

1. Program roadmap

2. Induction

3. Welcome box

4. Workshops

5. Activities (e.g. Hackathon)

6. Guest speakers

7. Tools for application

8. Assets (e.g. eLearning, video)

9. Coaching

10. Participant management

Target Audience

High Potentials

Let Thinka Help You

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    Our in-person delivery option maximises opportunities for robust conversation, experiential activities and intensive group work. This is no ‘death by PowerPoint’ experience – our facilitators are skilled in presenting and leading immersive experiences that get the most out of people. Supported by multimedia, attractive takeaway pages and practical strategies for using back on the job – this in-person approach is valuable for building strong bonds and bringing people together to collaborate.
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    Our virtual delivery option breathes fresh life into the online experience with its almost ‘radio show’ feel. Our expert facilitators use a combination of multimedia, questioning techniques and break out activities to target micro-skills – with a focus on application. Supported by an online platform hosting custom-built materials, participants can be assured of lively, dynamic sessions that have a distinct bias to action. Going virtual keeps program sessions succinct, sharp and focused on targeting particular skills in a dynamic way.
    Q
    A hybrid model takes the best of in-person and virtual delivery options and blends them together, so there’s a healthy mix of face to face collaboration and targeted skill building. Depending on the program themes, we work with you to decide what is better suited to getting together in a training space versus what would sit comfortably in an online setting. This flexible combination allows you and your team to get the best of both worlds.
    Q
    This program is aimed at individuals who show high potential and are strong candidates for leadership. A selection process is generally undertaken to ensure participants will commit to challenging themselves and applying skills to grow their capability. Participants generally bond and form strong peer-to-peer relationships throughout the program.