Nobody is prepared for what is coming beyond Covid-19.
The only certainty is uncertainty: we’re not going back to where we were before, and we don’t know exactly where we are going.
You know it, and your team knows it. The only thing you can do is acknowledge it - and then do your best to be the right person to lead them and drive their safety, performance and work.
It doesn’t need to be time-intensive, you’ve got enough on your hands… it needs to be short, engrained and focused, and in this webinar I’ll go exactly through what you can do to prepare for the coming shift and how to do it.
ADDITIONAL LEADERSHIP RESOURCES
Our own perspective is biased, whether we want it or not.
It's not fortunate or unfortunate per se, it is merely the way it is.
What is unfortunate is inaction in this sense. Luckily, even though we have little control over the world of bias, we have full control on what we choose to do about it - and in this webinar we'll go through all the basics to get you started acting.
Specifically we'll be looking at:
- what bias is
- how it impacts out perception
- what to do about it
- how to keep it that way (it's not automatic!)
LEADERSHIP, INTERACTION AND EMPATHY
Leaders are pivot points in an organization: they can drive growth and catalyze change. But… they are also the ones able to block and paralyze operations, work and calcify the organization in silos.
Most importantly, leaders are people, and that is the key. The goal of this webinar is to explore how personal relationships at work can be developed from both sides, and used proactively as a tool for growth and change by building trust and interaction. In the webinar we will look both at how the organization relates to its leaders and how leaders relate to their teams. After the webinar, you’ll have a different perspective on your role as a leader or on your way of interacting with others, and you'll have a few tricks up your sleeve to just make things better at work.
IDEATION TO INNOVATION - CREATING THE RIGHT ECOSYSTEM
What is the magic behind creative teamwork?
What can you do as a leader to unleash your team’s creative potential and generate more and better ideas to innovate your products and services? And once that's done, how do you make that a repeatable process?
Creativity is not a skill, it is not innate. Creativity is a way of operating: it obeys specific rules that have been broken down and analyzed - and as such they can be understood, learned and passed on - and in this webinar we will see exactly what those rules are, what is needed to build an environment conductive to their adoption and how you can implement them in your own team.
BUILDING MODERN LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Leadership used to be easy. If you were the boss, you told others what to do and they had to do it.
That was leadership, plain and simple. But now… Organisations, people and work are changing, and if everything else is now different, then THIS IDEA OF LEADERSHIP IS OBSOLETE, and we need to bring in leadership styles that work.
In this event, you will get a crash-course in what leadership styles you need to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution, what skills you need to bring them into your organization, and how to do it
COMMUNICATE BETTER, WORK HAPPIER
No team is better than a team of friends. It’s not a secret, it’s a fact.
It is also a fact that friends fight, argue and take different paths so… what can you really do to keep that vibe and use that energy for your work?
As it turns out, quite a lot! Any working environment can be a threat to interaction and friendship, but there are simple triggers that once applied can switch mindsets and remove negative reactions to pressure and stress.They all have to do with how people interact to each other and in this webinar we will show you exactly what those mechanisms are and how to trigger them, in yourself and in others.