San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Impact | Influence | Image
What is icubed and who is it for?
It’s a program designed especially for high potential professional women who aspire to be exemplary leaders. It’s for any women who is dedicated and committed to developing herself professionally and wants to reach her full potential.
It’s a program that compliments traditional leadership programs. It includes content that’s not usually covered but is entirely relevant for the challenges that women leaders face today.
It’s a program designed to get more women into leadership roles.
What’s in the program?
iCubed is run over 1 day and built around 3 complimentary constructs:
Impact: There is no more important skill in attaining success -- personal and professional -- than your ability to communicate effectively and with impact. Communication is not just about the WHAT it’s ALL about the HOW.
Influence: This is a key leadership skill. You work with and through other people as a leader and if you can’t influence you can’t succeed. There is a specific psychology and neurology of influence that you can learn which will make you more effective.
Image: Your personal branding and how others perceive you contributes to your success as a leader. Perception is everything, so learn to manage yours to be successful.
The program incorporates blended learning strategies to ensure the women that attend have the opportunity to maximise their learning. For those organisations that adopt the 70/20/10 principles of development, participants will be given a tool kit that they can use to continue the learning back in their workplace.
The structure of the program optimises learning outcomes so that successful strategies can be taken and used immediately back in the workplace.
Achieving gender diversity is a journey we are still on. It requires the commitment of everyone in an organisation, but one of the best places to start is with the women themselves.
On the day you will learn?
- Why female leadership behaviours are different from men and what that means for building relationships the workplace
- Why organisations that have at least one woman on their boards outperformed those with all male boards by 26%
- The role unconscious stereotyping plays
- What are the leadership criteria (those that define good leadership) that women apply more frequently than men.
- How to develop and manage status
- How to communicate with men in their Language and how to help them communicate in yours
- How to find your voice and really be heard at the leadership table
- How to build credibility and enhance confidence
- How to be a successful influencer and persuader
- Why personal branding is essential in professional development and leadership
The workshop will be followed by an ‘Oestrogen hour of power’ networking event with an opportunity you to invite other women who want to expand their relationships and networks in an informal environment.
During the networking, Fiona Keary, from Style Liberation (See Below), will give a presentation on Professional Branding and the importance of Corporate Presentation.
What previous participants have said....
Louise has a great depth of knowledge and skills but delivers in a practical and meaningful way. The opportunities to share and laugh with others in similar positions was appreciated.
Wendy Hegarty - Head of Early Childhood. Independent school.
“It exceeded my expectations. It gave me ‘How’ not ‘what’. Louise was a great model for the skills being discussed”
Julie Chessman – Relationship Manager CPA Australia
“I really enjoyed it, especially the honesty in discussions with fellow attendees in a supportive environment”
Julie Baxter – Director IP Australia
“Fantastic and well-articulated course. Nice to have something pitched at women”.
Michaela Olde – Assistant Director ABS
“Really enjoyed it. Louise’s energy and enthusiasm comes across as very authentic. Great and keeping it real”.
Natasha Johns – Marketing Manager Ernst and Young
“Excellent. Wonderful to be with other professional women and discuss the common challenges faced. Enjoyable and I will definitely change certain behaviours that I feel have limited my success.”
Michelle Cook – Executive BD Tertiary CPA Australia
“I found it invaluable to have a forum of supportive women who were willing to be genuine in their discussion on women and leadership”
Bec Wade-Ferrell - Organisational Psychologist Defence
"This program was so useful and practical. I wil be able to apply the learnings in my work and personal life"
Maria Vaccarella - Commercial Analyst. Cantarella Brothers
"Really thought provoking. Speed and information were excellent. Presentation was excellent. Could listen to you all day!"
Annabel Dobson Senior Policy Officer. Attorney-General's Department
"Excellent. Really thorough and great materials"
Felicity Smart - EL1 Attorney-General's Department
"It was really great and lovely meeting other women whower also having the issues I am having"
Rhonda Robinson - WPG office. ANU
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
At Performance Partnership we deliver transformational training programs for individuals and groups and we are confident participants will highly rate their experience at icubed
We are proud to offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee if you attend the workshop but are not happy with the value you receive , then you may choose to let us know and we will refund 100% of your investment.
About Louise Carter
Louise has earned herself a reputation as a leading authority on Performance Excellence in Adults.
Her successful career spans 23 years and she currently combines her studies in psychology, Neuro-science, coaching and leadership to work with organisations and their people to effect dramatic and sustainable behavioural and cultural change.
She has trained and spoken to groups from 4 to 4000, delivering presentations on Leadership, Communication, Emotional Intelligence and most recently on new research on human brain function and neurology as it relates to adult learning.
She is passionate about inspiring others to become exemplary professionals and in her latest work, educates women how to reach their full potential as leaders.
About Fiona Keary -Image Consultant - Style Liberation
Fiona will be running a session on Image and Professional Branding.
Fiona is passionate about helping her clients look professional. She understands that due to the demands of a busy schedule that pulling together a complete and functional wardrobe is not always easy. By undertaking Fiona’s four simple steps to finesse your presentation you can increase your confidence, impact and presence.
Fiona started her career as an accountant with a top tier professional services firm in Canberra before relocating to London where she worked in Corporate and Charity sectors. Whilst not starting out in the most fashion forward of industries it did teach Fiona the importance of personal presentation and the impact it has on both a personal and professional level.
Changing career was a liberating experience (hence the birth of Style Liberation) and started with meeting her own style guru. After training and working as an Image Consultant in London for a number of years, Fiona returned to Canberra to establish Style Liberation.
When & Where
Established in 1994
Partnering for Excellence
We partner with our clients to support them in their professional development intiatives.
Our mission is to inspire, motivate and influence those we work with to make transformational professional changes.
- Executive Coaching
- Leadership Development
- Professional Development Training
- Change Managment Consulting