The leadership ‘multiplier effect’
Traditionally, UK organisations have had a ‘management’ focus which served them well in the recent past. But the world has moved on and so must our thinking. Balancing both management and leadership is the key to change. It can create high performance teams. It has the potential to transform culture and create ‘can do’ attitudes that flourish throughout the workplace. Organisations that get leadership right will cultivate internal relationships that impact positively on the customer experience as well as the bottom line. But ‘getting it right’ won’t happen by accident. Indeed ‘leadership’ is too important to be left to chance.
This session will give you plenty to both think about and act upon, drawing from some or all of positive psychology, emotional intelligence, the power of listening, harnessing the impact of feedback ‘Losada line’, creating superheroes and setting genuinely inspirational goals.
Keeping it simple
The whirlwind of change in the last decade means that many employees feel they have had change thrust upon them. Managers and teams are worn out by incessant initiatives and have had their enthusiasm eroded. This session looks at the transformational leadership thinking & approach needed to thrive in a rapidly changing world. We will amaze you with the simplicity of leadership and help you inspire your team without memorising fifty unnecessary models!
It’s clear that the landscape has shifted – the aim of this workshop is for leaders to shift too.
This practical, engaging day will help you get the best out of your team, showing you how to improve results and put the spring back into their step – and yours!
Interested in this workshop?
Our sessions work as hour-long sessions, half days or full days. We love working with big groups, so get all your staff in the same room and leave us to it. If you'd like to talk to us about working together or have any questions, just fill in the form below and one of our brilliant trainers will be in touch with you to see how we can help.