Effecting Positive Change Masterclass with Dr Almira Ross

This masterclass focuses in on three key elements that you'll need to ensure that any change initiative you introduce is set up for success. It inspires others, gets the 'buy-in' and resources it needs. And you, as its leader, are prepared to deal with the myriad challenges you may face along the way and bring this initiative to effecting positive change to a successful conclusion. You'll have made a positive impact on your community.

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This master class is for high performing women like you, who

  • Are here to make a difference, a positive impact in your workplace, your home, your community for the long term
  • Are passionate about and committed to bringing about the positive change you want to see in your part of the world
  • Are ready to extend your sphere of influence and impact
  • Have found it hard to get buy in for your change initiatives in the past, or
  • Found they faltered before you were able to deliver their full benefits

Much of your success in delivering a positive impact through your change initiative rests in the quality of your conversations.

When you can craft and share an inspiring vision, you'll be able to muster the resources you need to achieve your outcome. When you can respond, rather than react, to the challenges and roadblocks along the way, you'll grow as a leader and woman and achieve your outcome.

Craft a Compelling Vision

A vision that inspires you and inspires others. And that means engaging your people in conversations. Change is uncomfortable; it  it often doesn’t feel good and upsets the status quo -- the way we do things around here.

That means you need to deal with their fears, their concerns and misgivings, and you do that through conversations that create a safe space for you and them to share what's going on inside.

When you really LISTEN to their misgivings, their criticisms, you acknowledge them, allay their concerns and bring them on board. Because they've contributed to your vision, they have ownership of it.

Muster your Resources

Who do you need to get on board? Who will sign off on this? Champion it? Open doors for you to other people and resources? Do the work?

Who is this for? Who is impacted and how are they impacted? What other resources do you need?

When, where and how will all this come about?

Answering these questions, gives you what you need to get started...

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Deal with your Gremlins

You're bound to meet with challenges and obstacles along the way. How you react -- or respond -- to them will determine how easily, or indeed, if you succeed in taking your change initiative through to a successful conclusion. Understanding what can trip you up, and how to deal with those psychological blocks or disempowering behaviours is key to making the changes you need.

As you deal with these challenges, you grow and develop into a far greater leader and more wholesome human being -- and you’ll feel good about the positive changes your determination and focus have brought about. .

And make the positive impact that really matters to you.

Are you ready to unearth your leadership potential and transform your career and life? Join me, Dr. Almira Ross, to explore how you can make a positive impact on your community and leave an enduring legacy. 

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Your Host, Dr Almira Ross


Almira is a certified, award winning coach, author and NLP master practitioner who encourages women leaders to connect with their innate feminine power and lead authentically.

She trained as an electrical engineer and enjoyed a successful 25 year career in information technology, rising to the top of her profession.  She knows first hand the pressures and stresses that come as 'normal'  for high-powered senior leaders.  She knows too, the mental, physical and emotional strain that can have on a woman -- her health, her relationships, her emotional and mental wellbeing.

When she left the corporate world, Almira chose to forge a second career as a woman's leadership coach. In this capacity she has helped women create a healthy work-life balance and encouraged them to step fully into their power and transform their work environment into a healthy, inclusive workplace that enables everyone to flourish.

She has coached hundreds of women, taking them through powerful leadership programmes that have transformed their lives - at home and at work.  With improved relationships, renewed energy and confidence, her clients live their purpose, and truly lead the change they want to see in their world.