This interactive Summer School has been designed for professionals who want to learn how to deal more positively with situations to achieve greater success by enhancing their leadership skills through adopting a compassionate approach, as well as learning new techniques to manage across the generational spectrum.
15-19 July 2024 »
This interactive Summer School aims to cover a wide range of core areas that managers need to understand and address to ensure their team is successful, happy and thriving.
It has been designed for professionals who want to learn how to deal more positively with situations to achieve greater success by enhancing their leadership skills through adopting a compassionate approach, as well as learning new techniques to manage across the generational spectrum.
This training course is part of our collection of Leadership & Management Training Courses which focus on leadership, innovation, strategy, communication, finance, problem solving and conflict management, to name a few key areas.
All staff with a people management aspect to their role, including:
This module will not only look at the legal implications of dealing with complaints and workplace issues but also equip you with a very practical perspective on how to manage them when they do arise and how to take steps to avoid them arising in the first place.
We will also consider how unconscious bias and microaggressions can be recognised and eliminated from all areas of an employee's life cycle and give you the knowledge you need to avoid these issues occurring from recruitment through to termination.
An individual’s wellbeing and the ‘culture of wellbeing’ in the organisation cannot be nurtured through light touch tokenistic gestures but through establishing a culture of active listening that extends from a position of wanting to understand how genuine support can be effectively provided. This includes not only listening to others but also to our own mental health and wellbeing needs.
This module will discuss definitions of wellbeing, acknowledging that it has many different components. It will detail what each of these are and the need to understand the symbiotic significance. Drawing on neurological evidence we will examine the signs of declining wellbeing, and explain the related negative outcomes to the individual and the workplace.
Detailing why this is key to both personal and professional success, and individual and organisational growth, we will address ways in which this deterioration can be prevented and consider, with examples, how overall wellness can be improved.
Emotional Intelligence is key to both personal and professional success, leading to effective communications, facilitating healthy, productive relationships with others, enabling individuals to have a more fulfilled and successful life. This, in turn, leads to increased productivity and greater organisational growth.
This module will discuss what an emotionally intelligent team is, and how this differs from a team that is just functioning (and definitely underperforming or dysfunctional). It will outline how establishing and nurturing an emotionally intelligent team will enhance the effectiveness of the team, and therefore the organisation as a whole.
This module is designed to help you deal with the difficult people in your working life – the people, particularly colleagues, who can be a minor irritant or make your working day a misery.
You will discover why people are difficult, learn to recognise classic profiles of difficult people, pre-empt challenging situations and avoid escalation, enhance your own attributes and develop coping strategies.
Research has found it's rarely the actual work, which causes long term difficulties for staff - it's more to do with how the team functions, and how valued and empowered people feel. This module focuses on what individuals can do to build and maintain their resilience. We will look at patterns, default behaviour, emotional reactions, and expectations, and offer practical do-able tools and techniques that will help you build resilience for yourself and others in your team.
This module will look at what Leaders and Managers can do to manage a blended workforce spanning four generations, that vary in their work ethics, ideas about work-life balance and long-term career goals. Practical tips will be discussed on managing intergenerational issues and how to prepare a strategy for increasing levels of inclusivity and respect with your own teams and individual team members.
Toni Trevett is a director of CompleteHR Ltd, an HR consultant, and a coach, mediator and trainer specialising in HR/people management skills, employment law, management development and personal development. She has experience of working with a variety of large and small organisations and has considerable experience of work in both the public and private sector. Clients include British American Tobacco, Schlumberger, Stihl, Shell, The Telegraph, Dairy Crest, Bywaters, NATS the ACCA, AAT and many more.
She was formerly a human resources director within the BAA plc group. She is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and a member with over 20 years standing of the Employment Tribunal judiciary, hearing cases in London and the South East. In addition to her training work she conducts investigations and hearings for clients on disciplinary, grievance, discrimination, harassment and bullying issues and is also a workplace mediator.
With over thirty years’ experience of working in and with the public, corporate, and charitable sectors, Claire has expertise in providing strategic, analytical, emotionally intelligent solutions that engender, inform, facilitate and embed growth through compassionate leadership.
Extending from post-doctoral studies on neurology, specifically the link between emotional intelligence and cognitive intelligence, Claire has written, presented, and worked at a national, European, and international level and has published several research papers and books.
In her previous time as a CEO of various charities, she has practical experience in the art of compassionate leadership and has developed a real passion for helping individuals and organisations to optimise their growth potential.
In addition to her work as a facilitator, delivering sessions and presenting, Claire also works as an independent consultant providing emotionally intelligent strategic solutions, embedding compassionate leadership and maximising growth.
In her spare time, Claire runs for mental health and wellbeing, including running marathons and ultra marathons.
Geoff Marsh is the Managing Director of Dansam Ltd, a training company that began in September 1999. As a trainer and presenter, Geoff has been involved with conferences, seminars and roadshows for organisations such as Air Miles, Regus, Robert Bosch Ltd, Wessex Water, Sun Microsystems, Scottish & Newcastle Breweries, London Underground, Forte Hotels, The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Councils (EPSRC), The Zoological Society Of London, Interserve Project Services Ltd, He has published several books including ‘A Sixty Minute Guide To Powerful Presentations’.
Nicole Eisele, Director of Eisele Consulting, holds qualifications in psychology, mediation, coaching and law and currently teaches the psychology of conflict, restorative Justice and negotiation on a Master's programme at the University of Westminster in addition to running her own mediation, coaching and training consultancy. Nicole believes in the power of working with teams and individuals as they increase awareness and understanding of the organisational systems they work in. Nicole is passionate about the results that can be achieved through good quality conversations.
NEW higher discounts for multiple bookings - bring your colleagues to make your training budget go further:
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15-19 July 2024
09:00-17:30 UK (London)
Course code 13849
Optional £275/€395/$450 per night
Until 10 Jun
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