The right people at the table
There is old saying that always stays current: People Trump Strategy. In fact, people often trump processes, procedures, and methodologies. It is not that these other things are not important, it is that their effectiveness or ineffectiveness is driven by the people executing the processes, procedures, and methodologies. You don’t really say: “That process let me down!”...you say; “That person let me down!.
Fill in the questionnaire for yourself, to get some quick insights into your leadership, and drive a really good discussion in your leadership team, on the key habits and behaviors to role model for the rest of your organization.
Values, Culture, Leadership & Change
Learn how values can be measured, your leadership can be assessed, your culture can be changed and your vision, mission and purpose consciously shaped around shared positive values. Understand how limiting values and non-alignment between your actual values and those you aspire to can hold you and your organisation back. This session will provide an invaluable framework for your leadership.
Mind the Gap - Understanding Different Generations
Understanding how different generations see things, what motivates them and how their values differ from your is invaluable in leading business. Each generation is influenced by the first ten years of their lives. Theirs were different to yours. Understanding the Generational Gap will help you connect with your employees, your clients or your suppliers.
Understanding the system we are part of can be instructive in how we choose to act. We can be part of a drama triangle or winners triangle. Only the latter yields positive results.
Understanding yourself and others means you can adapt and connect. It puts into system how to communicate, motivate, and understand. It leads to better results
How to Get Out of Your Box
Learn how to identify and resolve self-limiting beliefs. Enjoy greater choices and flexibility. View situations from a completely different perspective. Experience more peace of mind. Adapt to change. Be more open to opportunities.
Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Getting a team to function is core to leadership. Lencioni has seminal input of a hierarchy of the leader’s role.
The Suprising Science of Motivation
Understanding what motivates your team is key - and it’s not necessarily money? Find out more in this fascinating cartoon presentation by Daniel Pink
There’s a lot you can learn from neuroscience that can help you as a leader. Recent discoveries about the brain are providing hard evidence for how and why a different approach to leadership is needed in the 21st century, especially during these turbulent times. This session will help you and your people in making positive changes, achieving long-term fulfilment, thinking more creatively, being more solution focused and becoming more decisive.
An Audience with Lord MacLaurin
Learn from a leader who’s lead teams to unparalleled success in Tesco, Vodaphone and the ECB.
It’s Not About the Money
When times are hard, it’s equally hard to keep and motivate employees by routinely upping their pay, and in any case many studies suggest that for people with good salaries, some nonfinancial incentives work better. The respondents to a McKinsey survey regarded three of them—praise from managers, leadership attention, and a chance to lead projects or task forces—as no less or even more effective than the three leading financial motivators: cash bonuses, higher base pay, and stock or stock options. That’s why the ongoing economic crisis makes it essential for business leaders to understand the lessons of “Motivating people: Getting beyond money” (November 2009).