Cosmic has a range of workshops, training programmes and tailored services which we have developed to support those with leadership roles in social enterprise.
We are able to work with individuals and their organisations to tailor a training programme which best suits their needs.
We work with senior managers, chief executives and board members. Developing excellence and improvement plans for strong leadership in social enterprise sits at the core of this work. Cosmic believes that successful social enterprises led by talented teams and leaders hold the key to future economic and social improvement.
Leadership development work from Cosmic is led by our Chief Executive, Julie Hawker with support from a network of skilled and highly experienced associate trainers and facilitators.
This includes modules which have been fully accredited (at Level 5) through Plymouth University, where Cosmic continues to deliver this programme to students of the Business School.
Testimonial - Mark Sharman, Help & Care
“Help & Care were looking for support for managers across the organisation to develop their leadership skills at a time of transition and uncertainty, when the organisation was feeling bruised by the cuts it had suffered. Cosmic were able to provide an initial scoping session and the swift and concise follow-up with a course format which worked brilliantly. Cosmic understood our particular culture and developed a programme of workshops and sessions which felt personal to us. As with any work like this people will respond in different ways and with varying degrees of openness and self reflection. As a result people got out of it what they put into it, and this was positive for the majority.
Overall we experienced great facilitation from Julie Hawker, and an adaptability from Cosmic in how they responded to issues rather than just carry on with the programme as pre-planned irrespective of changing needs. The programme has provided Help & Care with clarity of Leadership, given us an understanding of our people and enabled the Trustees to step up to the plate on their Leadership”