Our management and leadership workshops teach a variety of approaches to suit the differing needs of each member of the team, including understanding roles and responsibilities.


Workplace leadership is a key factor in the underpinning of quality workplace relationships. The standard of leadership behaviour impacts vastly upon the way people feel about the workplace and their role within it. Leadership behaviour is critical in setting the example for optimal practises in the workplace.

Leaders who behave as a coach are valued highly by their team and workplace. A true coach is available, providing support to their team when needed, encouraging autonomy without micro managing. There is an expectation that leadership requires a variety of approaches to suit the differing needs of each member of the team, helping out when needed, fostering an environment conducive for trial and learning. *


Our management and leadership learning and coaching can include the following:

  • Managing up

  • Networking

  • DiSC ® - Building a Greater Self Awareness

  • Emotional Intelligence (EI)

  • How to find time to fit everything in

  • Giving a great presentation

  • How to give your team members the skills and knowledge they need to be successful.

  • Management and leadership, what is the difference?

  • What are your roles and responsibilities?

  • Identifying your strengths and areas for improvement

  • Models of leadership

  • Your leadership style

  • Your work goals

*Source Simply the best Workplaces in Australia, Dr. Daryll Hull & Vivienne Read, The University of New South Wales

Even the best performers get stagnated from time to time. But before you can help them out of their rut, you need to understand the situation and why the person is having difficulty. Sometimes employees aren’t motivated or committed to the task. Sometimes they don’t have the skills or know-how.

This program used in conjunction with the DiSC® assessment tool helps you use DiSC® to read the situational needs of your key contributors and adjust your management style accordingly. You’ll learn some fundamental strategies for reading the willingness and ability of your people as well as the approaches that are most effective in each situation.

  • Use the DiSC model to gauge the needs of your key contributors

  • Identify the obstacles that are holding back better performance

  • Understand when team members are unwilling or unable on a given task

  • Find ways to help people become more efficient and satisfied in their work


Put simply, Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a set of skills which define how effectively you perceive, understand, reason with and manage your own - and others’- feelings. And one of the great benefits of EI is that everyone can actively enhance it within themselves with remarkable results.

It is about enhancing your EI and how it can dramatically improve decisions, behaviour, and performance at work - as our moods, feelings, and emotions influence us every day. And since feelings underpin relationships and other important issues like job satisfaction, engagement and team morale, enhancing EI can produce a big effect on the bottom line.

We engaged Learning Moore to develop courseware for units of competency from the Diploma of Management and found them to be very professional and very customer focused. Mechelle did a fantastic job for us as an Instructional Designer and a facilitator and I would recommend Learning Moore unreservedly to any organisation that is serious about delivering quality training.
— Learning and Development Manager, Aviation