‘If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been to bed with a mosquito.’
In this highly engaging and immersive workshop, we discover and build a forward strategy and skillset to support you to lead a well team from the front. It starts with you!
We look at the business case and ‘Why’ it is not just valuable but essential in today’s uncertain and unpredictable work environment to support and care for our people and ourselves and why your team members will choose to follow your lead.
We draw on applied positive psychology, neuroscience and resilience-building strategies. It is often the ‘little stuff’ coupled with mindful communication and consistency in a few key areas that makes a big difference
The three core areas we
The best part of the strategies shared – it breeds a new level of ethics and trust that your people can feel throughout the organisation. It feels positively good!
Your Facilitator is Jane Wundersitz
Jane has worked in people and culture development for over 20 years and has delivered to over 30,000 participants. She has prior international National Leadership Training Manager experience and spent over a decade as State Business Manager and People and Culture Training Manager at The Body Shop. She commenced WunderTraining in 2012 and has developed over 40 programs to support Leadership, People and Culture Development. She believes that every business is a human enterprise.Jane Wundersitz is an award-winning, high energy and engaging speaker who has the ability to inform and involve audiences simultaneously! Her delightful and positive approach complements the active learning environment.
She has delivered to executive and senior leaders from Blue chip organisations and top Australian Organisations, including Microsoft, Qantas, Rio Tinto, Macquarie, IAG, Flight Centre, Loreal, Aldi, Anytime Fitness, Lorna Jane, Australia Post, Priceline, Executive and Senior Leadership in over 20 Government Departments, Universities and Schools, Not for profit Groups. She has supported many in the health sector, including ACHA Health, General Practice Training in Brisbane and Melbourne and SAHMRI.