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Wednesday 8 December, 2021
High quality decisions have always been essential for strong business performance. Yet with the increasing speed, uncertainty and complexity in today's world, superior decision skills are more important than ever. This session will help you improve your decision-making skills by offering behavioural insights into how people actually think and make decisions. Dr. Austin will also overlay the added complexity of massive uncertainty in today’s ever-changing environment and discuss ways to embrace and incorporate this uncertainty.
Wednesday 15 December, 2021
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.
depth of field photography of man playing chess
Tuesday 25 January, 2022
Connecting what people do to why they do it....is critical. In a complex world, with complex business models, it is easy to lose sight of what matters. Founded in the principle that employees must 'know the business to grow the busines' Dr. Barsky will walk participants through a number of concepts and activities that will help people better understand how their particular business operates.
Three people in an office working with their Microsoft laptops
Wednesday 9 February, 2022
It is too easy to say, “I am not prejudiced against anyone, nor do I hold bias”. The truth is, human beings are genetically programmed to pre-judge anything and everything that we don’t know, as the unfamiliar triggers our 'flight or fight' mechanism. Simply saying “I am not biased or prejudiced’ risks pushing judgments we have and may not recognise, further into the unconscious realm.
Wednesday 16 February, 2022
Leadership in the future is not about disregarding what we have learned in the past…..it is about adding to it. We cannot abandon Profit and Productivity, but the People element is no longer “soft-skills”, it is fundamental important skills to create balance in business. This is not about ‘revolution’ it is about ‘evolution’. It is about adapting and adding new skills for what the future holds.
Tuesday 8 March, 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.
Thursday 24 March, 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.
depth of field photography of man playing chess
Tuesday 5 April, 2022
Connecting what people do to why they do it....is critical. In a complex world, with complex business models, it is easy to lose sight of what matters. Founded in the principle that employees must 'know the business to grow the busines' Dr. Barsky will walk participants through a number of concepts and activities that will help people better understand how their particular business operates.
white and black printed ceramic mug beside laptop computer
Tuesday 12 April, 2022
This seminar will focus on some of the barriers to leadership progression that are within the control or influence of women themselves. We will acknowledge that there remain systemic, external barriers that are outside of the control of women in our society. In discussions with other women, participants will explore ways that they themselves can move past some of their own barriers to achieve more authentic and powerful leadership. By silencing your inner critic and opening yourself to new and exciting possibilities, participants will uncover the potential they never knew they had. This is a highly interactive session with a balance of thought-provoking instruction, group discussion, and personal reflection.
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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.
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High quality decisions have always been essential for strong business performance. Yet with the increasing speed, uncertainty and complexity in today’s world, superior decision skills are more important than ever. This session will help you improve your decision-making skills by offering behavioural insights into how people actually think and make decisions. Dr. Austin will also overlay the added complexity of massive uncertainty in today’s ever-changing environment and discuss ways to embrace and incorporate this uncertainty.

Timezones

EST / EDT:11:00 am
GMT / BST:4:00 pm
CET / CEST:5:00 pm

Duration

3hr(s)

Faculty

John Austin

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

GMT / BST:9:00 am
CET / CEST:10:00 am

Duration

3hr(s)

Faculty

Gregg Brown

Connecting what people do to why they do it….is critical. In a complex world, with complex business models, it is easy to lose sight of what matters. Founded in the principle that employees must ‘know the business to grow the busines’ Dr. Barsky will walk participants through a number of concepts and activities that will help people better understand how their particular business operates.

Timezones

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

Duration

3hr(s)

Faculty

Noah Barsky

It is too easy to say, “I am not prejudiced against anyone, nor do I hold bias”. The truth is, human beings are genetically programmed to pre-judge anything and everything that we don’t know, as the unfamiliar triggers our ‘flight or fight’ mechanism. Simply saying “I am not biased or prejudiced’ risks pushing judgments we have and may not recognise, further into the unconscious realm.

Timezones

GMT / BST:9:00 am
CET / CEST:10:00 am

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Philip Cox-Hynd

Leadership in the future is not about disregarding what we have learned in the past…..it is about adding to it. We cannot abandon Profit and Productivity, but the People element is no longer “soft-skills”, it is fundamental important skills to create balance in business. This is not about ‘revolution’ it is about ‘evolution’. It is about adapting and adding new skills for what the future holds.

Timezones

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

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Steve Marriott

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

GMT / BST:9:00 am
CET / CEST:10:00 pm

Duration

3.5hr(s)

Faculty

Lynn Leahy

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

3hr(s)

Faculty

Gregg Brown

Connecting what people do to why they do it….is critical. In a complex world, with complex business models, it is easy to lose sight of what matters. Founded in the principle that employees must ‘know the business to grow the busines’ Dr. Barsky will walk participants through a number of concepts and activities that will help people better understand how their particular business operates.

Timezones

GMT / BST:12:00 pm
CET / CEST:1:00 pm

Duration

3hr(s)

Faculty

Noah Barsky

This seminar will focus on some of the barriers to leadership progression that are within the control or influence of women themselves. We will acknowledge that there remain systemic, external barriers that are outside of the control of women in our society. In discussions with other women, participants will explore ways that they themselves can move past some of their own barriers to achieve more authentic and powerful leadership. By silencing your inner critic and opening yourself to new and exciting possibilities, participants will uncover the potential they never knew they had. This is a highly interactive session with a balance of thought-provoking instruction, group discussion, and personal reflection.

Timezones

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

Duration

4hr(s)

Faculty

Lisa Wylie

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