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As leaders, we’re being asked to do something that’s never been done before. That is, in an unprecedented time of global change, we are being called to create an inclusive experience for a diverse multi-generational workforce that’s empowered, informed, and very, very vocal. Join us as we explore how we can enable different generations to collaborate, engage and create inclusive experiences of mutual trust and belonging.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Anna Liotta

We all encounter people we find difficult, and typically conversations with them leave us feeling stressed and frustrated. Stress, uncertainty, and crisis impact how we communicate and how we interact with our colleagues and customers. During the beginning of COVID-19, we saw a focus on patience, support, and collaboration. Now, we are seeing that patience is waning. Expectations are higher. And negativity is on the rise.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Beverly Beuermann-King

Session two will build on the awareness gained in session one and importantly stand-alone, whilst we explore what it is to be a conscious or mindful leader.  There are many attributes ascribed to good leaders, and we will explore three of them. Key qualities of trust, clarity of direction, and as a result of these two how to create willingness for accountability.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Philip Cox-Hynd

In Managing Up!, we take the stance that not only is it possible, but it is necessary, to develop the skill set to effectively ‘manage’ your manager and to learn how to, as one author puts it, ‘lead without authority’.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Glen Daley

Managing people is never easy.  When toxic behaviour is not addressed properly, team members become resentful, they lose respect for you as a leader, and they may develop their own toxic behaviours. Challenging employees can try a manager’s patience and drain a lot of time and energy

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Beverly Beuermann-King

Research has shown that forward-looking curious companies are more innovative and competitive than their peers. In this session, we explore how the c-suite can influence their organizations by embracing the power of curiosity.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Stefaan Van Hooydonk

This third session will build on the previous two sessions whilst still standing alone, and in session three we will explore the ‘Art of Communication’.  Refereeing to communication as an art suggests that like painting or particularly the art of dance, communication has a flow between two or more people that requires a high degree of personal awareness or mindfulness if misunderstanding is to be avoided.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Philip Cox-Hynd

CHANGE is the future of work. In this future, which is happening now, all organizations are faced with the reality of having to produce more at a faster pace, with increased complexity and uncertainty. To get people on board with proposed changes, it requires skillful leaders to guide teams from their current state to the desired future.

Timezones

EST / EDT:12:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Gregg Brown

Session four pulls together the previous three sessions to explore and understand how to create mindful and radical engagement. If leaders can see what needs to change within an organisation, it is so tempting to tell or instruct employees on how and what to do differently. However, this can so often come across as ‘change by imposition’.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Philip Cox-Hynd

All of us are being impacted in new ways by what’s going on in the world today. During these times, we have additional challenges leading people while balancing the stress and the overlap of work and increased family commitments. In this workshop, participants will learn how to lead through ambiguity, build trusting relationships, and foster inclusiveness, connection, and focus while working remotely

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Gregg Brown

Generational Leadership
Thursday 16 February, 2023

As leaders, we’re being asked to do something that’s never been done before. That is, in an unprecedented time of global change, we are being called to create an inclusive experience for a diverse multi-generational workforce that’s empowered, informed, and very, very vocal. Join us as we explore how we can enable different generations to collaborate, engage and create inclusive experiences of mutual trust and belonging.

Stop Letting That Difficult Person Ruin Your Day and Team
Thursday 23 February, 2023
We all encounter people we find difficult, and typically conversations with them leave us feeling stressed and frustrated. Stress, uncertainty, and crisis impact how we communicate and how we interact with our colleagues and customers. During the beginning of COVID-19, we saw a focus on patience, support, and collaboration. Now, we are seeing that patience is waning. Expectations are higher. And negativity is on the rise.
Mindful Leadership: connecting with THEM
Tuesday 7 March, 2023
Session two will build on the awareness gained in session one and importantly stand-alone, whilst we explore what it is to be a conscious or mindful leader.  There are many attributes ascribed to good leaders, and we will explore three of them. Key qualities of trust, clarity of direction, and as a result of these two how to create willingness for accountability.
Mindful communication: connecting with US
Tuesday 9 May, 2023
This third session will build on the previous two sessions whilst still standing alone, and in session three we will explore the ‘Art of Communication’.  Refereeing to communication as an art suggests that like painting or particularly the art of dance, communication has a flow between two or more people that requires a high degree of personal awareness or mindfulness if misunderstanding is to be avoided.
Mindful change: connecting with ENGAGEMENT
Tuesday 20 June, 2023
Session four pulls together the previous three sessions to explore and understand how to create mindful and radical engagement. If leaders can see what needs to change within an organisation, it is so tempting to tell or instruct employees on how and what to do differently. However, this can so often come across as ‘change by imposition’.
Leadership Habits for Complex Times
Tuesday 24 October, 2023
All of us are being impacted in new ways by what’s going on in the world today. During these times, we have additional challenges leading people while balancing the stress and the overlap of work and increased family commitments. In this workshop, participants will learn how to lead through ambiguity, build trusting relationships, and foster inclusiveness, connection, and focus while working remotely
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