Leadership and Culture Program

Can your organisation operate as a team?

By taking the core values and leadership principles of leading sporting organisations and applying these to our workplace, your staff can learn to operate as an interdependent team.


All sessions are engaging, entertaining and tailored to the specific characteristics of the organisation.


The SALT Live Survey allows us to collect and address confidential and honest employee feedback.


If you are looking for real results, mixed with plenty of laughs, as well as honest, open conversations that improve workplace culture, then you need SALT to bring out the best in your team.

SALT - Sport and Life Training

SALT Leadership Modules

Core Values and Critical Behaviours

Organisations must establish ‘why’ they exist. From this we create a set of core values and critical behaviours that will be guiding posts for all decisions that we make.



  1. Understanding the Reasons Why We Exist
  2. Health Assessment of Your Organisation
  3. Election of Core Values
  4. Behaviours that Need to ‘Start’, ‘Stop’, ‘Continue’
Teamwork and Interdependence
  1. Can Your Organisation Operate Like a Team?
  2. Identifying and Applying our Strengths Interdependently
  3. TAG Groups – Time, Accountability, Guidance
  4. 3 Levels of Intervention
Moral Courage - The Heart of Leadership

Moral courage is the rarest of leadership skills because of the challenge of doing what is actually “right.” Moral courage can only be accepted because of the trust and humility of the leader.



  1. Moral Courage Builds Strong Teams
  2. Living by our Values
  3. Understanding the Nature of Humility
  4. Moral Courage in Difficult Situations
Trust - The Foundation of Leadership

Trust is the foundational element of successful leadership. Effective communication and successful leadership depend upon it. Trust is the building block for relationships and discretionary performance.



  1. The Power of Trust
  2. The Difficulty of Trust
  3. Building Relationships of Trust
  4. Discretionary Performance
People Skills - The Influence of Leadership

People are life’s most challenging business regardless of our mission or purpose. Successful leadership requires successful relationships built on trust. The effective leader must first listen and learn from their people. They will then earn the right to LEAD their people.



  1. Self, Others, and Situational Awareness
  2. Personalities and Personal Values
  3. Listen, Learn and Lead
  4. Adaptability
Communication - The Language of Leadership

Every successful leader displays the art of effective communication; the ability to listen and to create a ‘shared understanding’. People need connection, clarity and conviction and to move in the right direction. Communication is the language skill required to build these essential elements.


Topics :

  1. Communication Defined
  2. Communication Stages
  3. Communication Adaptability
  4. Communication in Challenging Situations
Conflict Resolution - The Courage of Leadership

In every environment we work with people who bring a mix of values, personalities, experiences and biases. Conflict is inevitable. The successful leader uses conflict constructively and also knows how to lead through negative conflict. This will always demand courage.



  1. Conflict’s Demand
  2. Constructive and Destructive Conflict
  3. Resolving Conflict
  4. Conflict’s “Line in the Sand”