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Full Course - Zero to Authentic Hero

The Zero to Authentic Hero course is designed to help you be the best version of your authentic leadership shelf and achieve much more success with much less stress.

Whether your lead a multi-national business, a mid-sized organisation, a small non-profit, a sports team – or even if you are only responsible to lead yourself – then this course is for you.

Each step of the course is made up of several lessons, videos, scorecards and bonus materials.

The course has been created by award winning author Nick Bradley who has been working in investment banking and management consultancy for over 30 years.

The whole course, plus all updates, is available for a monthly subscription of just £35.

This gives you lifetime access to all the materials to watch, read and review as many times as you like at your own pace.

What’s included

We will take you through the 7 key steps:

  • Introduction: What type of leader are you?
  • Step 1: Understanding your beliefs
  • Step 2: Having a clear purpose
  • Step 3: Living your core values
  • Step 4: Improving your skill set
  • Step 5: Communicating with clarity
  • Step 6: Living your legacy
  • Step 7: Building in resilience

In addition, you will also have full access to:

  • The 100 day plan
  • Free EBook – The 7 Mistakes of New Leaders
  • Mandala Leaders Circle – an online group where you can share and discuss leadership issues, learning and achievements in a safe, secure, judgement free environment.

What People Are Saying:

“I'm head and shoulders ahead of where I would have been without this process, and so glad we have acknowledgement of the past and have created a purpose to work together.”

Dr. Tom Milligan, Partner, Practice One

“It was an eye opener. The coaching exceeded expectations because it asked me to take responsibility for changing the way I worked. I focused on finding out about me and how I'd got there. Everything came from within, not from external pressure.”

Andrew Voase, Assistant Manager, NHS