You’re already a great leader. Don’t you want to become an extraordinary one?
ELEVEN is a dynamic new leadership program designed to unleash your full potential and take you to an 11/10 in every aspect of your life. Developed by a group of neuroscientists, psychologists and psychotherapists, ELEVEN is based on 11 attributes that will help you understand your true self in order to become an extraordinary leader.
“A leader is someone who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way”
John C. Maxwell
The great disruptive leaders of our age have the unique ability to make their vision compelling to others by tapping into a truth within themselves. This is not something you are just born with, or simply learn through experience, it is something you become once you have developed a true understanding of yourself.
Only then can you share that self-belief in a way that generously allows others to find it for themselves. This is the essence of the new evolution of leadership – expansive, vulnerable and ultimately sustainable because it is intrinsic instead of being extrinsically imposed.
ELEVEN is about leveraging the latest learnings in behavioural science to help you break out of the paradigm and become the leader you always knew you could be.
ELEVEN was born from the frontline experience of people who are frustrated by the examples of leadership around them. Despite much investment in leadership development and the latest research in neuroscience, it seemed very little was changing – the gap between rhetoric and practice appears wider than ever. The question was, what could be done differently?
We decided to research the globe for award-winning programs and extract the top reasons as to why they were all so successful. We then gathered a room full of thought leaders in the areas of business development, digital, psychology, psychotherapy, neuroscience, strategic architecture, marketing and branding, business leadership, and academia. We gave the thought leaders our research and real-life case studies of challenges that leaders face today. As a result, we began to create the dream recipe of leadership reality.
“Provoking, dynamic and entertaining performance with interface storytelling and humor”
Women in Leadership Summit
ELEVEN is a truly unique experience. Designed to be completed over 12 months, it begins with a self-assessment of your own thinking, learning and personal preferences. Based on those results, you will be able to plan your personal learning pathway completely tailored to you.
The ELEVEN program is split into three distinct categories, designed to give you the confidence you need to maximise your performance as an effective leader.
Introspective view on who you are prior to understanding how that fits into what you do.
Actions involving others and the style of leadership they aspire to.
Readiness to run an industry or an organisation, and your role in creating and impacting systems such as culture.
We offer several packages to suit time, budget and individual needs. We’d love to speak with you about creating an ELEVEN experience completely tailored to you or your organisation.
Our July intake is now full – next intake commences 23 August 2017. For more information or to get started, please contact us on 1300 880 121 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, complete the Contact Us form at the bottom of this page.
Jason Mitchell is a professor of psychology at Harvard University and is the principal investigator at the Social Cognitive and Neuroscience Lab at Harvard University. He is the recipient of honors and awards that include the Janet T. Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions from the Association for Psychological Science, the SAGE Young Scholars Award and the Troland Research Award from the US National Academy of Sciences.
Sandy has over 15 years’ experience in corporate leadership, learning and development, and employee engagement in blue chip organisations. Sandy has seen first-hand the effects of negative and positive behaviour on teams, individuals and culture, and it’s a real eye-opener to listen to her memoirs from the front line. She gathers a collective experience from years of observations and packages them in a hard-hitting, engaging and academic collection of truths.
Milo-Arne is an international award-winning business strategist in the area of business development and was voted one of the top five female leaders within the country. Milo-Arne specialises in behavioural patterns, behavioural intent, body language, individual purpose, imposter syndrome, and self-worth. She has over seven degrees in the areas of cognitive and clinical neurosciences, psychology, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and criminal psychology.
Belinda Wetenhall is a qualified naturopath and is an educator and eLearning specialist with the Blackmores Institute – the education, advisory and research arm of Blackmores – Australia’s most trusted vitamin brand. Belinda developed and delivered the nutritional medicine curriculum at one of Australia’s leading natural health colleges and continues to lecture in evidence-based nutrition to students. Belinda enjoys sharing clinical insights on the role of holistic healthcare and complementary medicines, and in her role with Blackmores Institute, she creates interactive online natural healthcare modules to educate and inspire frontline healthcare professionals.
The ELEVEN launch was a truly unforgettable day full of stories, surprises and unique experiences. Delegates were treated to an immersive introductory experience through a series of keynotes and presentations from a host of distinguished speakers. The creative flair of the event wowed all, particularly the theming of the presentation rooms, live jazz band performance and the dynamic opening dance that brought life to the 11 attributes.
We were thrilled with the feedback we received and are very grateful for the amazing support.
You can view the highlights video to see for yourself!
Thank you to our remarkable speakers who made the event truly memorable: Dr Beau Lotto, Dr Jason Mitchell, Samantha Gash, Jackie Furey, Kim Taylor, Sandy Wright, and Milo-Arne Wilkinson.