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How to increase productivity and innovation at work whilst reducing stress
Wed 14 June 2017, 12:00 – 13:00 BST
59% of workers are physically depleted, emotionally drained, mentally distracted, and lacking in meaning & purpose.*
Pressures on resources and people in organisations are ever-increasing, while resources are decreasing. The need for leaders to maximise the potential, motivation and commitment of their teams has never been more critical for maintaining superior performance.
This webinar will share tools and strategies from The “Engaging Leadership” approach. This approach has been shown through research to increase productivity and innovation, and reduce job-related stress. It tends to be the approach that women focuses on using your natural skills and abilities and is rated highly in by teams.
This presentation will outline:
- the research behind the model
- how male and female leaders at all levels can achieve the greatest benefits from adopting simple, common everyday behaviours to increase productivity
- Share practical tools you can use to reduce work related stress.
This webinar is for
- Career Women
- Female Leaders
* HBR Quality of Life project
Juliette Alban-Metcalfe, Chief Executive of Real World Group
Juliette is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Chief Executive of Real World Group (a University of Leeds spin-out company). She is also Adjunct Associate Professor at the Centre for Sustainable Business and Enterprise, University of Southern Queensland.
Juliette has been working with Real World Group for the past 15 years, supporting leadership development with both individuals and groups up to Board level globally. She has a particular passion for positive psychology and diversity in leadership.
She has helped establish Real World Group’s approach to Engaging Leadership, based on uniquely proven research involving tens of thousands of people across the world. This and subsequent research has established the common sense but often missing behaviours that distinguish leaders from managers. They are factors that drive productivity in a sustainable way, even when resources are diminishing.
Juliette speaks at various international conferences, and consults on behalf of Real World Group with organisations from the UK, North America, South East Asia and the wider Asia Pacific region. She has authored a number of articles in practitioner and peer-reviewed journals, as well as book chapters. She is co-Chair of the Thought and Action Steering Group of the UK government-sponsored Engage For Success and on the editorial committee of the International Congress on Leadership, Management and Governance.