OMIL III Programme

Facilitated on a RIB, the OMIL III Programme is designed to stimulate ‘leadership thinking’ through experiential coaching in foreign environments whilst undertaking challenging tasks. The sessions and programmes are designed to put the individual into a situation where they experience different leadership styles and analyse the impact it has upon them, both motivationally and educationally.


What does OMIL III stand for?

OMIL III combines a leadership framework with behavioural psychology and culture. This is because implementing change has as much to do with the environment as it does to with the leadership style. Developing a positive culture within an organisation means avoiding the temptation to blame failure on a lack of willpower or a scarcity of talent and attributing success to hard work, effort, and determination.


O - Objectives

If you get in your car for a new destination, you would most likely pop the postcode into the Satnav and follow the instructions confident you’ll get there. If you want your business to develop and grow, you probably think you have a clear idea of the things you want to achieve. But would your instructions be as clear as the SatNav directions?

OMIL III puts you in a situational environment where you will understand the critical need to build a clear picture of all objectives set and how to effectively communicate them into clear directives.


M - Measures

A Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. What will you objectively measure and how will you evaluate the effectiveness of your solutions, functions and processes in relation to achieving the objectives your business?

OMIL III challenges you with knowns and unknowns you’ll need to factor in. It will provide the skills and tools to help you create effective KPI’s and the thinking process to robustly check any possible influencing factors.


I - Innovation

Innovation means coming up with new ways of doing things, business innovation helps set businesses apart from each other. Innovation is about better solutions to meet new requirements. Innovation involves creative thinking to get greater or different values from known resources, and the processes by which new ideas are generated and converted into useful solutions.

OMIL III looks at what business innovation is and the different types you can have. It helps you review the processes, solutions and measures mapped out. It helps you rethink them to realise innovative enhancements and explores innovation more generally.


L - Leadership

According to the idea of transformational leadership, an effective leader is a person who does the following: Creates an inspiring vision of the future. Motivates and inspires people to engage with that vision. Manages delivery of the vision.

OMIL III will provide you with the key framework and highlight the skills needed to motivate a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal - so you can learn how to be a better leader.


III = The Power of Three

The Rule of Three, or Power of Three, suggests that things that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying, more effective, and/or more memorable, than other numbers of things. Hence, in any communication the ‘rule of three’ should be carefully considered to make all communications clear, easy to digest and simple to deliver.

OMIL educates on why three derives its power from the evolution of the human brain and how you can apply this to your communications and thinking processes to be more effective.

Why is a RIB the perfect tool to deliver this learning?

On sea there is no clear path to follow, the conditions change without warning as the weather and tides take hold. There is real danger on the sea, which avoids the uncomfortable ‘role play’ situation, whilst providing the perfect environment for learning. This means it stretches individuals in a way which can be utilised to develop either personal skills, team building and rapidly transform understanding.

Environment is the invisible hand that shapes human behaviour. We tend to believe our habits are a product of our motivation, talent, and effort. Certainly, these qualities matter. But the surprising thing is, especially over a long time period, an individuals personal characteristics tend to get overpowered by their environment. Which is why being on the rib, traveling on the sea, and not being in control provide the perfect experiencial learning format for really understanding leadership skills.


Helping you to develop your people and lead change

By making the coaching relevant, practical, active, engaging and experientially focused - whilst using the senses to make learning memorable and transformational. It means your ‘leadership style’ is developed with an appreciation of what it feels like to be on the receiving end. This is because the coaching works at higher cognitive levels than merely knowledge.

Pre-coaching briefings and post-coaching debriefings of the learning take place emphasising learning points, the reasons why change is important and supporting people by offering further relevant development interventions.

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