"The greater the uncertainty, the greater the need for leadership"
Uncertain times can severely test (and reveal) the quality of an organisation’s leadership. It is during these times that great leaders act - and act decisively. Through their actions, they set an example for everyone in the organisation and stand as the difference between thriving in a crisis or suffering irreparable damage.. Those that effectively navigate uncertainty, are often defined by the effectiveness of their leadership team.
So what are critical components of great leadership that can lead and inspire teams when there is so much ambiguity?
What do leaders have to do differently in a remote working environment?
Join us for an insightful series of practical discussions with seasoned thought leaders who work with the most senior leaders in both the corporate and NFP sector.
Each 1 hour Linked LIVE broadcast will include practical insights on how leaders can build their ability to lead their teams during disruptive change.
There will also be an opportunity for a Q&A where viewers can put forward key challenges they would like feedback on. We will be asking attendees to put forward questions at the time of booking their tickets as well.
Dates and agenda are as follows:
Dates: June 10, June 12, June 15, June 17 June 22, June 24, June 26, June 29
12pm: Thought leader interview
12.15pm: Practical Exercise
1pm: Session Close
The New Stability is the Ability to Thrive in Times of Instability
Ron Laurie, Principal, Integ Solution
Leaders sometimes find themselves like a shag on a rock when the thing that they thought
was advancing and in control suddenly isn't. Faced with a torrent of uncertainty, many face into it with the mindset that we have got to get back to normal! It seemed safer there.
Perhaps this time offers us the opportunity for a different kind of Zoom? To foster the ability to zoom out and then form the ability to zoom in to find our true human address within it. Doing so crates more space. Space outside ourselves, an expansion of our appreciation of the bigger cosmic story we are held in and the space inside our self to see new possibilities in thinking rather than being held captive to default reactions.
What we do know from Developmental Psychology is that the bigger the space we construct inside us to allow for ambiguous abstract concepts to be held will provide us more opportunity outside ourselves to dynamically steer through the uncertainty. Explore practical tips on:
● The Overview Effect – How to foster bigger picture thinking to create more opportunities
● The power of choice – Attitudinal choice to create less tension in teams
● The Empowerment Dynamic – Expand your influence in the business
12pm-1pm June 10, 2020
Social Distancing to Silos is Just a Click Away
Allan Ryan,Executive Director, Hargraves Institute
Social distancing and remote working may continue for longer than we would imagine. The increase use of Microsoft Teams, Zoom etc is benefiting people working from home to get everyday work done like the simple tasks of connecting by video, meetings, sharing documents and information transfer with their primary team.
The contradiction is the increased use of collaboration technology is building siloes, reducing innovation, collaboration, and diversity of exchange at the very time when transformation and new ways of working are critical to an organisations future success. Video and online tools are very successful for broadcasting and meeting.
This workshop will explore why these tools are poor at collaboration, diversity and inclusion, and ,especially when your organisation is facing an uncertain future.
What you can do to counter this trend? In this talk, Allan will discuss:
1. The latest research and survey findings form leading global partners.
2. Identify the critical success factors for remote collaboration, diversity and inclusion when facing uncertainty.
3. Share some of the new and different approaches used by leading organisations today.
4. How to use tools you already have to engage and transform your remote work success
12pm-1pm June 12, 2020
Remember the Needs of Followers
Danielle Edwards, Regional Director, GALLUP
Leaders everywhere are being challenged more than ever to inspire and engage employees
amid a global pandemic that's creating anxiety and uncertainty around the globe.
Gallup studied data from more than 10,000 people that asked followers what leaders contribute to their lives. Based on the initial study, the following themes (or basic needs) emerged: Trust, Compassion, Stability and Hope.
This workshop will focus on leading through uncertainty, and how you as a leader can be intentional about showing up and delivering on the needs of followers. How can you lead in a predictable way, even amidst uncertainty
12pm-1pm June 15, 2020
Focus of a Warrior & Clarity of a Monk - Building Personal and Professional Resilience
Kamal Sarma, Director, Rezilium
As we take on the challenge of coming to terms with our new reality, resilience is becoming
more important at the personal, team and organisational level. If we understand how our
minds work, we can develop the focus and clarity we need to make the right decisions for
ourselves, our families, our teams and our companies.
Kamal draws on his experience in large global organisations as well as his personal time as a
monk to teach people how to build mental resilience.
The webinar covers:
How to develop personal and professional resilience
How to maintain focus and clarity to make better decisions
How to create space to rest your mind
Practical tools to sustain your resilience