Presenting effectively is not a talent people are born with, it is a crucial and tangible skill that can create opportunities in all parts of life. The skills learnt and applied in this webinar will help you in every situation, whether you are pitching for business or investment, or engaging with suppliers, customers or staff.
The old rules of leadership no longer apply. There is pandemic pandemonium. Chaos is the order of the day. So where next? We believe leaders need to be challenged in an entertaining and humane way. This a rip-roaring tour through the essentials of leadership as it needs to be right now. Leadership: The Multiplier Effect is the antidote to leadership workshops. This webinar will debunk the leadership myths and set you up to succeed in this brave new world.
Join this masterclass with Professors Ben Laker and Bernd Vogel from the Henley Centre for Leadership, which will take the form of a discussion with participants, and will provide practical insights and challenge your thinking about how to create a rewarding and productive working environment for yourself and your team.
This webinar will be based largely on Kriss Akabusi’s personal journey from abandonment to glittering success. He will create an environment where participants will be open to their own experience and bring some of themselves into the session. Kriss will share his experience of having to redefine himself and take responsibility for his life and future at an early age, and will ask us to reflect on how we might each redefine ourselves post-COVID.
This webinar explores the theory and application of behavioural change in organisations and in everyday working situations. We will work with a comprehensive theoretical framework for behavioural diagnosis and introduce a systematic methodology called MINDSPACE for designing interventions and activities inside teams and organisations.
It is now clear that big investors will invest in organisations which are demonstrably committed to strong principles about the environment, society and how they are governed. This form of corporate activism is becoming the expected norm for organisations. What can this approach do for your business?