In most leadership roles stakeholder management is one the biggest factors in your success, and one of the biggest challenges. This workshop is designed to increase your knowledge and skills, and to give you practical tools to address these challenges, and to turn your relationships with stakeholders into productive and rewarding parts of your role.
You’ll bring your own stakeholder challenge into the workshop, and will leave with a bespoke plan that you can put into action as soon as you get back to the office. In the process you’ll learn theory, tools, attitudes and habits that you can bring to stakeholder management whatever your future brings.
Does your team fight too much and derail productivity with personal attacks? Or are they too polite, and only say what they really think about important issues outside the room? In this workshop delegates learn what productive conflict is, what each team member's conflict preferences are, and build a conflict contract that supports your team in making better decisions, with more follow-through.
Work and life can be stressful, so it's important to build up the inner resources that help you manage small stresses, and bounce back from large ones. In this workshop, participants learn what resilience is and what it's not. They gain an understanding of the 7 dimensions of resilience, learn simple actions to take for each dimension that will build up their resilience bank, and commit to a plan of action to take with them to their lives outside of the classroom.
Building a Feedback Culture
In this workshop delegates explore their own preferences, for both giving and receiving feedback, and learn what makes others respond well or poorly to feedback. Design feedback "rituals" into your work week so that feedback starts to become routine.
I'm a certified Myers Briggs practitioner and use the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) in a variety of workshop formats with teams: to help them understand themselves and their teammates better, to forge an open and non-judgemental attitude towards personal difference, and to develop their performance, both individually and together.