Do you sometimes wonder what leadership style to use in a challenging moment?
Do you sometimes think “How can I stay at my best as a leader?”
Are you trying to gain more awareness of how you are operating and doing as a leader?
Come join us for 2 hours of action learning to find out more about yourself as a leader and the impact you can have by knowing your leadership styles.
Our feelings, thoughts and actions are constantly at play, interacting and reacting to each other. Why is understanding this important in terms of leadership? What are our own individual default mechanisms? Are they always useful? How can we become aware of them and avoid them if we need to? This session looks at 4 aspects of the human being: Awareness, Feeling, Thinking, Doing, and at how, once we are aware of what is happening in these areas, in ourselves and in others, we can make better choices about what is needed.
Taking Daniel Goleman’s work on Emotional Intelligence we incorporate the key concepts into our leadership training by giving simple, practical exercises in mindfulness that helps us develop our awareness so we can be more aware of the needs around us as leaders.
We look at Daniel Goleman’s leadership styles developed at Harvard Business School to develop the tool kit of our participants so they can use their awareness to meet the needs of the situation and use the leadership styles which will bring about the most effective results.
We already have at our disposal all the core resources we need to achieve great things. We just need to make a conscious decision to develop and cultivate those resources. The Personal Mastery session looks at what we as individuals need to develop in ourselves in order to meet the needs we see in front of us, and at how we can put in place simple, practical steps to do so. We look at some examples of leaders such as Nelson Mandela and how they used the tools of Personal Mastery to be effective leaders.
Robert has more than 14 years’ experience in the corporate and non-profit sector, with qualifications in business, conflict mediation, Reiki and business and life coaching. He studied business in University College Dublin and is a chartered accountant having articled with PwC. He’s also an award winning social entrepreneur, having co-founded and led a global social enterprise, focused on developing the leadership capacity of individuals passionate about leading positive change in their communities and the world. Prior to joining The Crossland Group, a boutique business and non-profit consulting firm, Robert worked for Concern Worldwide in NY as the Director for Programs for the Innovations for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health initiative, Robert was also the Innovations’ Country Manager in India.
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