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Aligning Performance & Culture: An Introduction to Behaviour Based Hiring & Development
How can businesses increase organisational resilience, become more effective, and conquer uncharted territories when it comes to recruitment and talent development?
Although simple enough, it is often challenging to select the right candidate for the role. There are usually a number of people involved in the recruitment and selection process and this workshop is suitable for anyone who is part of that process and would like to develop their skills in this important area of responsibility.
A coaching approach to management provides a practical way for managers to encourage a growth mindset in their staff and in the organisation as a whole. This workshop provides a simple and effective coaching approach to conversations.
Taking a supervisory role is the first step into management - an exciting but often challenging move. This one day workshop covers all the essential skills that you will need to ensure that you feel confident to carry out this role effectively.
This workshop is designed for individuals who have little or no experience of presenting. The workshop provides a safe and supportive environment for individuals to practice skills and gain confidence in their presentation ability.
Aimed at anyone who needs to communicate/present with confidence, including technical people and introverts. This course is based around interaction and feedback. By the end of the session delegates will have the confidence to speak in their own character, the ability to write great content and techniques for engaging their audience.
This programme is designed to develop and enhance existing skills, and introduce new skills to those who are unfamiliar with business development. The learning contains a combination of practical workshop learning and one-to-one tutoring from others who have earned the right to tutor in this arena.
This single day workshop will help you to prepare, produce and polish minutes with confidence and is designed for delegates at all levels. It includes both writing skills and interpersonal techniques. It will also build the confidence you need to take control and elicit the information you need to write excellent minutes.
We have our natural leadership style but unless we are aware of it we will be unable to flex when required and the morale and resilience of the team will be negatively affected. This two day event is designed to highlight what is important, what you currently 'measure up to' and where you can change to ensure greater leadership success.
This one day workshop is aimed at people who want to understand the fundamental principles of project working, typically team members with some elements of project management in their day-to-day role or for those who regularly participate in project teams. It assumes little previous project management knowledge.
According to Daniel Pink (author of To Sell Is Human), we are all in sales now whether or not we like to admit it. This one day course is for professionals who are not in a formal sales role but have a responsibility to bring in revenue, client acquisition and/or grow existing clients as part of their role.
This 1.5 hour workshop explores what stress does to our bodies and minds, how it can manifest in ourselves, and will teach strategies to build resilience at these times.
The one-day course will support intercultural awareness to foster collaboration, trust building, and mutual understanding.
Attendees will leave knowing how to understand multinational team dynamics, manage it's challenges and draw from it's potential.
Any review of essential management skills always puts effective communication close to the top of the list. Yet poor communication is at the root of many problems. This workshop will help managers understand their own communication style, the essentials of good communication and develop their confidence to communicate effectively.
How can modern leadership enable employee engagement? Find out the impact you can have on the culture of your organisation and it's improved performance.
The first line manager role is unique in organisations as this person is the one level who manages non-managers, for people new to managing others there is a lot to learn. This course is aimed at those new to management; those with about 6 months experience as a manager; or those you are looking to promote in the next few months.