Learning, Networking and Breakfast
One of the most common and damaging blind spots for a leader is trying too hard. Whether they are fixated with winning, or convincing others they are worthy of the title, leaders are often driven by their own needs, rather than the needs of the people around them.
As a result, leaders often inadvertently block progress in their organisation, and hinder the efforts, ideas and talents of other people. In failing to empower their people, leaders drive down engagement and reduce the chances that their organisations can adapt to the challenges they face. So how can leaders learn to let go, moving towards empowering and engaging employees?
So how can leaders let go?
Black Isle Coaches Sarah Sweetman and Tom Blower regularly work with people who have a direct impact on an organisation's ability to let go of destructive practices. Creating positive change through the people in them.
Get actionable insight into:
Being mindful in a busy world – digitisation and its impact on us having to work more rapidly, and less attentively, on topics
The rise of the machines – Automation taking care of the automatic functions in our life. Leading to a significant impact both on labour, but also what work means
Self improvement and progress – learning what to stop is as important as learning what to start when it comes to leadership
The breakfast event
This session will be presented over breakfast from 8am through to 10am, aimed at HR, Talent and L&D leaders - it will also be an excellent opportunity for you to learn and network. This exclusive event is limited to 10 places so please RSVP today.
Free to HR, Talent and L&D leaders
The Ivy Market Grill, Heron Tower, WC2E 8PS
8am until 10am, 20th October 2016