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There is a growing set of data that points to Psychological Safety as one of the critical culture components to a high performance team or organisation. It is, however, a concept that is not well understood and often not properly implemented. Bill G Williams will discuss the key components to Psychological Safety as well the importance of providing performance feedback in a way that it can be heard. He will also cover the key components of Emotional Intelligence and its importance to the high functioning, high performing team.

Timezones

GMT / BST:11:00 am
CET / CEST:12:00 pm

Duration

3hr(s)

Faculty

Bill G Williams

In this session, you will evaluate your current strengths and weaknesses across the 5 attributes that make an excellent and resilient leader: Integrity, Mentoring, Aligned Values, Results, & Connection to the Job. You will receive a personal profile of your strengths and weaknesses across the 5 attributes, which will direct your customised learning as you practise these leadership skills.

Timezones

EST / EDT:9:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

3hr(s)

Faculty

Andrew Shatté

Malcolm will explore the Art of Delegation in a hybrid environment, including the dynamically changing leadership styles required – mirrored against competencies and the associated risks of people working in isolation.

Timezones

EST / EDT:9:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Malcolm Smith

Building trust has always been difficult, but essential, to having a high-performance organization. While that remains true it has never been more important than right now in a rapidly changing and largely distributed workplace. This one-day course will help you to assess the levels of trust within your team or organisation and provide strategies to improve.

Timezones

GMT / BST:11:00 am
CET / CEST:12:00 pm

Duration

6hr(s)

Faculty

Talita Ferreira

Good leaders use strategic storytelling, using stories that show their organizations as agents of change, rather than just maintaining the status quo. We all tell stories from time to time but few have taken the time to consider how to properly craft them in a way that creates engagement and understanding. Stories told in a professional environment are designed to influence and engage your listener in a call to action. While facts and figures are important, we must embed these in a story to link up the rational side of our brain with the emotional side. Brain research shows that people are more likely to take action when they connect head and heart.

Timezones

EST / EDT:9:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Gregg Brown

Conflict and the resulting difficult conversations are natural by-products of a healthy and productive workplace. That does not make them any easier to manage. Having productive, difficult conversations is a necessary skill in creating high performance. This session enables you to reflect on key information which helps you to consider how best to conduct difficult conversations – whether necessary in your role as a leader or important within your personal life.

Timezones

EST / EDT:9:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Lynn Leahy

The Power of Influence is a highly interactive leadership development workshop in which leaders explore the dynamics of influence—the power to get things done without overpowering others.

Timezones

EST / EDT:9:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Dr. Jeanne Porter King

The Power of Influence is a highly interactive leadership development workshop in which leaders explore the dynamics of influence—the power to get things done without overpowering others.

Timezones

EST / EDT:7:00 am
GMT / BST:12:00 pm
CET / CEST:1:00 pm

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Dr. Jeanne Porter King

There is a growing set of data that points to Psychological Safety as one of the critical culture components to a high performance team or organisation. It is, however, a concept that is not well understood and often not properly implemented. Bill G Williams will discuss the key components to Psychological Safety as well the importance of providing performance feedback in a way that it can be heard. He will also cover the key components of Emotional Intelligence and its importance to the high functioning, high performing team.

Timezones

EST / EDT:9:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Bill G Williams

Psychological Safety – How to ensure a cohesive team that works
Tuesday 17 May, 2022
There is a growing set of data that points to Psychological Safety as one of the critical culture components to a high performance team or organisation. It is, however, a concept that is not well understood and often not properly implemented. Bill G Williams will discuss the key components to Psychological Safety as well the importance of providing performance feedback in a way that it can be heard. He will also cover the key components of Emotional Intelligence and its importance to the high functioning, high performing team.
The Resilient Leader: 7 skills to help you thrive in today’s turbulent world
Monday 23 May, 2022
In this session, you will evaluate your current strengths and weaknesses across the 5 attributes that make an excellent and resilient leader: Integrity, Mentoring, Aligned Values, Results, & Connection to the Job. You will receive a personal profile of your strengths and weaknesses across the 5 attributes, which will direct your customised learning as you practise these leadership skills.
Humanity in Leadership
Tuesday 12 July, 2022
Building trust has always been difficult, but essential, to having a high-performance organization. While that remains true it has never been more important than right now in a rapidly changing and largely distributed workplace. This one-day course will help you to assess the levels of trust within your team or organisation and provide strategies to improve.
Shot of businesspeople having a meeting in a boardroom
Friday 29 July, 2022
Good leaders use strategic storytelling, using stories that show their organizations as agents of change, rather than just maintaining the status quo. We all tell stories from time to time but few have taken the time to consider how to properly craft them in a way that creates engagement and understanding. Stories told in a professional environment are designed to influence and engage your listener in a call to action. While facts and figures are important, we must embed these in a story to link up the rational side of our brain with the emotional side. Brain research shows that people are more likely to take action when they connect head and heart.
Difficult Conversations: A Framework for Dealing With Conflict
Tuesday 4 October, 2022
Conflict and the resulting difficult conversations are natural by-products of a healthy and productive workplace. That does not make them any easier to manage. Having productive, difficult conversations is a necessary skill in creating high performance. This session enables you to reflect on key information which helps you to consider how best to conduct difficult conversations – whether necessary in your role as a leader or important within your personal life.
Psychological Safety – How to ensure a cohesive team that works
Tuesday 22 November, 2022
There is a growing set of data that points to Psychological Safety as one of the critical culture components to a high performance team or organisation. It is, however, a concept that is not well understood and often not properly implemented. Bill G Williams will discuss the key components to Psychological Safety as well the importance of providing performance feedback in a way that it can be heard. He will also cover the key components of Emotional Intelligence and its importance to the high functioning, high performing team.
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