Online Learning Labs - Support for individual leaders
In response to the Covid-19 crisis we have been collaborating with our colleagues at Management Futures to bring you a programme of calendared Learning Lab events which can be accessed easily by individuals.
These are a mix of sharing experience, new thought and practical, immediate takeaways – on topics such as harnessing collaboration between teams, removing the blocks to performance in virtual teams and immediate actions to improve the performance in a work group.
This 90-minute sessions are facilitated live on Zoom and provide real-world practical learning and the chance to connect with others who are passionate about Leadership Skills and High Performance. Each lab focuses on a particular stimulating theme.
Places are first come, first served. BOOK YOUR PLACE to avoid disappointment.
The Next Learning Lab
Using this moment to codify the behaviours which define us at our best. Great cultures are forged in adversity. Right now, many organisations are experiencing adversity, and in response some brilliant new behaviours are emerging;
Virtual working means managers previously reluctant to delegate, simply have to. For many, internal communication has never been better. The BLM movement is forcing organisations to consider a more inclusive approach to leadership. The profile and importance of mental health in the workplace continues to rise.
We have a window of opportunity; a window to identify and embed new habits that support wellbeing and performance; a window to shape our organisational cultures for the future. Leading this work is surprisingly simple once you know how… you’ll note we write ‘simple’, not ‘easy’!
Drawing leadership insights from culture architects such as Ed Catmull of Pixar, Patty McCord of Netflix, Jacinda Arden and Martin Luther King Jr, we will explore:
• What culture is and how it shapes group behaviour
• 5 key ingredients that enable high performance cultures to emerge
• Using ‘appreciative enquiry’ to codify behaviours which define us at our best
• 7 levers leaders can use to embed behaviours across the organisation
• 3 common pitfalls which undermine our efforts to embed new behaviours