What to Expect at Certification
The three day C1 certification is rich with information, research, experiential processes, group sharing, demonstrations and time for practice and debriefs. It has been intentionally designed to ensure you leave with a deep understanding of the power of The Leadership Circle Framework and the ability to debrief the LCP 360 assessments to a high level of confidence.
The certification learning environment is a both a personal and a collaborative experience. Prior to the certification you will personally experience the Leadership Circle Profile 360 feedback process and receive a 90 minute debrief with one of the TLC Faculty. One of the added benefits is the opportunity for sharing experiences and learning from each other, both during and after the certification. You will also be encouraged to continue your own development post the certification with one of your colleagues in the workshop.
Each day starts at 8.30AM sharp and ends at 5.30PM. In order to meet certification requirements, you are expected to attend all 3 days and demonstrate an ability to create a safe space through your presence for debriefing the LCP 360 to a satisfactory level of competence. Should you need to miss any part of a session, please let us know in advance so that we can discuss your absence with the facilitator to ensure that you can still meet certification requirements.
Dress Code for the 3 days is business-casual.
Meals and Refreshments
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are provided on all 3 days. If you have any allergies or dietary restrictions, there will be an opportunity to note these during the registration process.
After you register, you’ll receive a Registration Confirmation with more details about logistics including the venue location, parking, hotels nearby and so forth. Please be on the lookout and make sure @theleadershipcircle.com.au is added to your address book.
“This certification affected me at a surprisingly deep level. The presentation itself was artful and the assessment tool is incomparable.”
— Thomas Dunford, participant