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Leadership development

Truly effective leadership development results in enduring and meaningful changes in the behaviours of leaders. Many leadership development programs are evaluated by the levels of satisfaction of participants alone. While this is an important factor, it is nowhere near as important as pre and post measures of change. SACS bases its leadership development programs on the latest research into the behaviours of leaders that cause high levels of engagement, morale, productivity and learning of staff.

We take an action-learning approach to leadership development based on the 30/70 principle: we spend 30% of the program teaching you about leadership development, and the remaining 70% is spent on activities to work with this intellectual property, solve problems and apply it to the workplace. By spending more time putting theory into practice, you will see a more marked change in leadership.

SACS leadership development programs include modules in a wide range of areas. Examples include:

 

The science behind leadership development

Below is the SACS model of cultural vitality, showing the five categories of behaviour that have the greatest impact on staff and their capacity to contribute to your organisation.