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    offer our staff as volunteers on community projects and even save the local pub from closure Call of the Wild Today Twelve years after starting the company Call of the Wild has grown into a business that employs over 25 people owns its own training centre runs its own programmes and contributes greatly to the local economy The community within which we work is very important to us We pride ourselves on the fact that we use own staff or close associates provide the core activities ourselves and we can even accommodate you at our countryside retreat in the Brecon Beacons National Park We believe that we can differentiate ourselves from the competition by keeping a close reign on the resources needed to run our programmes the staff knowledge and programmes themselves UK and Overseas Locations Today although Call of the Wild has its roots firmly in Wales it also has a presence across the UK running courses regularly in London Birmingham the South East and South West We have also run successful courses in the Alps Chamonix and the Pyrenees Lucheon We can also deliver corporate social responsibility based programmes overseas in places such as in Tanzania Developed In House Unlike many providers of corporate training courses all our programmes are created in house and delivered through our team be they full time staff or associates We also take the time to fully understand the required outcomes for your business in orde that we can create the most suitable programmes for your team In this way all our courses could be said to be badged as Developed by Call of the Wild Tags about us our story Posted in Comments Off on Our Story About Call of the Wild Monday June 27th 2011 Call of the Wild is an independently owned limited company that offers professional leadership and management development programmes to businesses and organisations across the UK Since starting up in 1998 we have worked with a wide range of clients from a diverse range of industries to develop their leaders and the teams they lead The company has grown to a point where we are proud to call Vodafone the BBC Credit Suisse Cable and Wireless and Babcock TNT and Barclays amongst our clients They like many others have learnt that our expertise lies in the design and facilitation of bespoke courses with the emphasis placed on developing skills and behaviours that will have a direct impact on individuals and teams when back in the workplace Our purpose is to create positive behavioural change within the workplace which delivers lasting results and a real return on investment Experience We have delivered bespoke successful programmes to organisations within the following sectors NHS International Sporting Teams Financial Services Pharmaceuticals Petrochemicals Public Sector Telecommunications Motor Industry Hospitality PR and Media Child Care Although our development centre is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park the closest wilderness National Park to London we regularly deliver programmes at venues of your choice

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  • ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring
    into account their individual learning preferences Course Content There are six mandatory units in this qualification Two units cover understanding good practice in workplace coaching and mentoring which introduces what coaches and mentors do the processes they follow and the qualities and abilities individuals need to be effective in these roles There are two units that deal with reflecting on learners own skills as a coach or mentor in the workplace which give them tools and techniques to develop and improve their practice Finally there are two units which require learners to plan and carry out 36 hours each of coaching and mentoring with supervision and support The units are Understanding Good Practice in Workplace Coaching Undertaking an Extended Period of Coaching in the Workplace Reflecting on Workplace Coaching Skills Understanding Good Practice in Workplace Mentoring Undertaking an Extended Period of Mentoring in the Workplace Reflecting on Workplace Mentoring Skills ILM Level 3 Course Content So What Do You Get Duration 6 one day training days In 3 blocks of 2 days over 6 months Blended Approach to Learning and Resourcing These training days are hands on experiential learning sessions designed to improve your management skills and help to develop you into the manager you always aspire to be using the very latest learning techniques We can guarantee our training is always different and never boring In addition you get full tutor support sign posted learning including access to our online academy reading and development activities Our online learning facility contains 100s of support materials and models learning style options and allows every learner to set up their own learning plan within the platform Topics covered by the Academy include the main theories of motivation McGregor s Theory X and Theory Y Herzberg s Two Factor Theory Vroom s Expectancy Theory and McClelland s 3 Needs Theory Course Focus By extended use of silence reflective space and the building of questioning skills the individuals and the group as a developing network will study Motivational factors Those are available to the leader e g safety and security sense of belonging and common purpose respect recognition of achievement empowerment and self actualisation sense of fulfilment personal and professional development material rewards sanctions job roles and employment conditions Action Learning What does being socially aware mean empathy organisational and political awareness service to others The concept of emotional intelligence as developed by different theorists and how it applies to the leadership role The importance of understanding one s own strengths and limitations Using and interpreting different techniques to identify own characteristics strengths and limitations The importance of continuous self development and how to identify opportunities to develop oneself in the leadership role The importance of leaders displaying confidence and self assurance by playing to own strengths and showing a readiness to take calculated risks Self Development In addition workshop support and intra workshop coaching will allow the delegate to be able to plan and undertake activities to develop own leadership performance self development

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  • Coaching and Mentoring Training and Qualifications -
    body in the UK To see the full ILM research paper click here Personal Organisation Benefits The 1 day programme will give managers leaders the confidence to use their coaching skills to obtain the following benefits Motivate others to be become high performing employees Improve performance and productivity through clear goal setting Develop team members in line with individual and company objectives to improve your bottom line More time to be a leader manager Improved relationships Better use of people skills A focus on ROI concentrating on outcomes No point attending if all you get is a piece of paper and no ability to transfer and use your knowledge effectively in the workplace Coaching Development in Your Organisation Coaching is a highly effective way of raising awareness and driving performance at all levels of an organisation But good coaches need training To embed coaching capability across your organisation you must first equip managers with the abilities and training they need to coach effectively Employers using ILM coaching programmes see Improvements in efficiency and effectiveness Fewer errors Better performance in managers ILM Coaching and Mentoring Qualifications Call of the Wild At Call of the wild we can support businesses with full bespoke training and accreditation in Coaching and Mentoring from level 3 to Level 7 Our approach places the learner at the centre of their own learning experience We utilise an experiential learning methodology combined with cutting edge research led developmental inputs to create interventions that add real measurable value to our client s workplaces We aim to place the learning in the context and day to day reality of each learner s role and place a great deal of emphasis on the learners needs dictating the direction of each individual programme This creates an environment where context drives the content

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  • » Blog Archive ILM Research Reinforces Importance of Having a Talent Pipeline
    direct impact on their business achieving its goals Reliance of External Recruitment UK organisations are heavily reliant on external recruitment for management vacancies especially at senior level This is driven in large part by shortcomings in internal leadership and management development Only 55 of managerial vacancies are filled internally with the proportion of these appointments decreasing the higher up you look going from 61 at front line management level down to 58 for middle management and to just 50 for senior management At the same time almost half 47 of employers cite the lack of internal staff capability as the single biggest barrier to ensuring an effective pipeline of leaders and managers Recruiting the Wrong Skills Often first line managers are recruited on the basis of their technical skill and knowledge but whilst these skills are deemed useful for junior managers they become less important in senior management when strategic and financial skills become crucial Employers who recruit in this way are likely to end up with teams led by expert novices technical experts with low awareness and poor leadership and management skills In fact first line managers receive very little training Only 18 of employers expect candidates to have received management training prior to being appointed to a management position First line managers are expected to learn on the job creating a sink or swim scenario Poor Talent Planning Only 57 of employers have a plan in place to ensure they have a pool of leaders and managers that are suitably skilled to fill future vacancies Recommendations 1 A talent plan is critical in helping employers match skills development with internal needs For more information on developing talent click here Share with friends Tags ILM Research Institute of Leadership and Management Talent development More Public Sector Success for Call

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  • ILM Research Archives -
    captured more Tags Creating Future Leaders ILM Qualifications ILM Research Leaders Leadership Training Talent Management Posted in News Comments Off on Creating Future leaders ILM Research Findings ILM Research Reinforces Importance of Having a Talent Pipeline Monday November 26th 2012 How Effective is Your Talent Pipeline Only 18 of employers expect candidates to have received management training prior to being appointed to a management position To complete successfully on the global stage UK plc needs a steady stream of management talent capable of delivering strong economic growth Creating business leaders and managers should be a top priority for UK business and requires a fully functioning management talent pipeline These are the findings of a recently published report by the Institute of Leadership and Management ILM They set out to understand the state of the UK s management pipeline and where it could be improved An independent report was commissioned with 750 UK organisations across the public and private sectors to identify the challenges they face in recruiting and developing skilled leaders and managers By talent pipeline they mean a joined up approach to leadership development that enables a flow of skilled and capable individuals through an organisation A talent plan meanwhile is the means by which a talent pipeline is implemented and defines the skills and knowledge required to ensure the future needs of a business are met more Tags ILM Research Institute of Leadership and Management Talent development Posted in News Comments Off on ILM Research Reinforces Importance of Having a Talent Pipeline Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story

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  • ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership
    for Associate Membership AMInstLM of the Institute of Leadership Management Qualification Overview Award Qualification Accreditation Number 500 3583 6 Credit value Minimum 10 credits Duration Minimum 25 Guided Learning Hours To be completed within One year Induction One hour Tutorial support At least 4 hours Structure Three mandatory units with a credit value of 10 No optional units Assessment Reflective Review Delivery Options Delivery options should include a blended learning approach using a mix of tutorials and practical experiential leadership activities Online or text based distance learning may supplement some of the tutorials Structure of ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership There are 3 mandatory units Introduction to leadership Planning practical leadership activities Developing leadership through practical activities Share with friends Tags ILM ILM Awards and Certificates ILM Level Award in Leadership Institute of Leadership and Management ILM Endorsed and Development Programmes ILM Level 3 Award and Certificate in Leadership ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership ILM Level 5 Award Certificate in Leadership ILM Level 7 Award and Certificate in Strategic Leadership ILM Level 3 Award in First Line Management ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance of Experiential Learning Useful Articles Achieving a One Team Ethos Effective Communication Exploring the Landscape of Leadership

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  • ILM Archives -
    aim to enhance or develop the knowledge and skills of managers leaders coaches mentors or entrepreneurs Must contain an element of assessment if the programme does not contain assessment it may be recognised as a Development Programme ILM Development Programmes To qualify as an ILM Development programme your organisation s in house leadership and management training scheme must meet the following minimum requirements Must be based on management leadership coaching mentoring or enterprise Must aim to enhance or develop the knowledge and skills of managers leaders coaches mentors or entrepreneurs If the programme contains assessment it may be recognised as an Endorsed Programme Tags ILM ILM Endorsed and Development Programmes Institute of Leadership and Management Qualifications Posted in Comments Off on ILM Endorsed and Development Programmes ILM Awards and Certificates Friday November 11th 2011 These are the Institute of Leadership and Management ILM training and vocational qualifications offered by Call of the Wild as an accredited ILM centre Each ILM qualification is made up of mandatory units comprising the core topics of a particular subject plus a choice of optional units that cover a range of general and specialist topics ILM s unitised qualifications come in three different sizes Awards concise qualifications covering the basic knowledge and skills in the subject Certificates for those wanting a more comprehensive programme in their chosen subject Diplomas for those looking to gain the complete range of skills knowledge and understanding in their subject The awards certificates and diplomas at each level are designed to encourage progression This means credits gained in the smaller sized qualification can be carried forward in to the larger enabling individuals to progress their learning without duplication Choice of level Institute of Leadership and Management qualifications are available at Levels 2 to 7 catering for all levels of expertise and experience For example an aspiring or newly appointed manager could take an ILM Level 3 Award or Certificate in Leadership while a senior manager would be more suited to an ILM Level 7 Award Certificate or Diploma in Leadership The following programmes are available from Call of the Wild Team Leading and Management VRQ s ILM Level 2 Award in Team Leading ILM Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading ILM Level 3 Award in First Line Management ILM Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management ILM Level 4 Award in Management ILM Level 4 Certificate in Management Leadership VRQ s ILM Level 3 Award in Workplace Coaching ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership ILM Level 4 Certificate in Leadership ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership Leadership and Management VRQ s ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management Skills ILM Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management Skills Specialist Topics ILM Level 2 Award in Effective Team Member Skills ILM Level 2 Certificate in Effective Team Member Skills ILM Level 3 Award in Workplace Coaching ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring ILM Level 7 Strategic Leadership Other Programmes ILM Level 3 and Level 5 Open Courses ILM Endorsed Development Awards Incorporated into the above programmes we also use ILM 72 Leadership Metric and ILM MTQ 48 Mental Toughness Questionnaire Find out how you can benefit from up to 50 funding for your leadership and Mnaagement training Benefits of Working with Call of the Wild ILM Programmes 1 Proven Track Record Currently delivering an ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership for in excess of 200 apprentices with Network Rail We can deliver ILM awards and certificates from Level 3 to Level 7 2 Multi Award Winning Company Welsh Small Business of the Year National Team Building Company of the Year Leading Wales Awards 2010 Winners SMARTA 100 Listed Top Small Companies in the UK 2010 Barclays Bank Finance Academy Outstanding Training Provider 2008 Finalist 3 Quality of our Delivery Staff Here are just some of the staff we use for the preparation and delivery of our ILM programmes Dr Barrie Kennard is the Academic Standards and Quality Manager for Leadership and Management Wales the Welsh Assembly Government funded Centre of Excellence for Leadership and Management Skills in Wales He is the external assessor for an MSC in Leadership Capability at the Scottish Centre of Work based Learning in Glasgow Caledonian University He was the Lead Trainer on the National Mentoring Pilot Programme for DfES and on the Aim Higher National Mentoring Scheme Lieutenant Colonel Nick Arding OBE has an impressive CV After an operational deployment to Afghanistan in 2002 he then led the Royal Navy Everest West Ridge 2003 Expedition as part of which he affected the highest ever successful rescue on Everest He was awarded the Royal Humane Society Bronze Medal He was awarded the OBE in 2005 Nick can transfer his inspirational experiences and the powerful lessons learned from leading teams in extreme situations to the business world for organisations and individuals to maximise the return they get from training and development Barbara Chidgey With over 31 years in the Public Sector with the responsibility for learning and development including the position of Chief Executive of a 2 million organisation For over 20 years in Education she was responsible for designing coordinating facilitating and contributing to over 500 days and part days of professional development and training in Local Authorities PSMW consultant for Leadership and Management development across the Public Service in Wales Facilitator for the National College of Leadership in Schools and Children s Service for the Professional Partners Training programme Swansea College deliverer of CMI level 7 Leadership in Coaching and Mentoring 4 Experiential learning We frequently make use of experiential learning in the delivery of our programmes when appropriate as we firmly believe in the value of learning by doing 5 Blended Learning Why is it so Important Our unique approach to the delivery of ILM accredited programmes offers a flexible engaging and collaborative solution for our clients It combines the best of traditional delivery methods such as face to face workshops and one to one coaching

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  • ILM Awards and Certificates Archives -
    suited to an ILM Level 7 Award Certificate or Diploma in Leadership The following programmes are available from Call of the Wild Team Leading and Management VRQ s ILM Level 2 Award in Team Leading ILM Level 2 Certificate in Team Leading ILM Level 3 Award in First Line Management ILM Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management ILM Level 4 Award in Management ILM Level 4 Certificate in Management Leadership VRQ s ILM Level 3 Award in Workplace Coaching ILM Level 4 Award in Leadership ILM Level 4 Certificate in Leadership ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership Leadership and Management VRQ s ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management Skills ILM Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management Skills Specialist Topics ILM Level 2 Award in Effective Team Member Skills ILM Level 2 Certificate in Effective Team Member Skills ILM Level 3 Award in Workplace Coaching ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring ILM Level 7 Strategic Leadership Other Programmes ILM Level 3 and Level 5 Open Courses ILM Endorsed Development Awards Incorporated into the above programmes we also use ILM 72 Leadership Metric and ILM MTQ 48 Mental Toughness Questionnaire Find out how you can benefit from up to 50 funding for your leadership and Mnaagement training Benefits of Working with Call of the Wild ILM Programmes 1 Proven Track Record Currently delivering an ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership for in excess of 200 apprentices with Network Rail We can deliver ILM awards and certificates from Level 3 to Level 7 2 Multi Award Winning Company Welsh Small Business of the Year National Team Building Company of the Year Leading Wales Awards 2010 Winners SMARTA 100 Listed Top Small Companies in the UK 2010 Barclays Bank Finance Academy Outstanding Training Provider 2008 Finalist 3 Quality of our Delivery Staff Here are just some of the staff we use for the preparation and delivery of our ILM programmes Dr Barrie Kennard is the Academic Standards and Quality Manager for Leadership and Management Wales the Welsh Assembly Government funded Centre of Excellence for Leadership and Management Skills in Wales He is the external assessor for an MSC in Leadership Capability at the Scottish Centre of Work based Learning in Glasgow Caledonian University He was the Lead Trainer on the National Mentoring Pilot Programme for DfES and on the Aim Higher National Mentoring Scheme Lieutenant Colonel Nick Arding OBE has an impressive CV After an operational deployment to Afghanistan in 2002 he then led the Royal Navy Everest West Ridge 2003 Expedition as part of which he affected the highest ever successful rescue on Everest He was awarded the Royal Humane Society Bronze Medal He was awarded the OBE in 2005 Nick can transfer his inspirational experiences and the powerful lessons learned from leading teams in extreme situations to the business world for organisations and individuals to maximise the return they get from training and development Barbara Chidgey With over 31 years

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