Your ability to lead yourself first in the current crisis is critical. Unless you can do this effectively you will not be able to lead your organisation and your people successfully.
Self Leadership means taking control of your thinking, your identity, your daily habits and personal effectiveness, along with your personal wellbeing.
“we can’t get together, but I must deal with this….”
Many managers and leaders tell us that the thing they dread most is having those “difficult” conversations with staff and is made even more challenging when social distancing or location makes a face to face meeting or discussion impractical.
Whether it is down to requirements of the business to change working patterns; a performance management issue or other challenging discussion, those conversation still need to take place, albeit online, and it is essential that managers feel equipped to approach these in the right way.
“Out of sight but definitely not out of mind..”
Many organisations have embraced remote working for years recognising its contribution to productivity, staff morale, loyalty and creativity – as well as being kind to the environment.
With the advent of Covid-19 and social distancing, the ability to manage individuals and teams remotely has become even more critical with a need to keep staff engaged and informed whilst accepting traditional methods are no longer available to us through face to face means.
“How do we get the best from online meetings?”
Online meetings are nothing new – many organisations have conducted these for years recognising their contribution to productivity, staff morale, loyalty and creativity – as well as the added benefits of being kinder to the environment through avoiding the need for unnecessary travel.
There are a very large number of furloughed employees and people who are working from home who are going to feel varying degrees of disengagement with their work or the business. Re-engaging our employees is going to be the next major challenge that we need to address to get things moving again.
Thankfully employee engagement is very well researched and understood, so there are a few fundamental steps which you need to make in order to make employee engagement work for you. This webinar will cover the 6 main steps and how you apply them to keep your employees engaged, or re-engage those who aren’t
The big question clients are asking is why!
Why would I buy this product or idea and why should I buy from you?
The challenge then is getting sufficient understanding of the client and their problems to allow you to justify your solution. The Selling Solutions training session will give you a reliable approach and some semi-structured questions to develop your customer proposal and make it stand out from the others, so the customer understands why they should buy you and your solution.
Managing a project doesn’t have to be complicated, in fact we handle simple projects every day without really thinking about the steps we’re taking to do so.
This training session will give you a little structure and some hints and tips to make your projects go smoothly
You are probably already involved in projects and applying some of the habits we’ll be talking about, so you will experience an increase in your confidence to put more projects into practice and get better project outcomes.
The April to June quarter was characterised by Lockdown – adapting your business and your ways of working to survive and to come out of the Coronavirus period stronger than you went in.
The coming quarter will be all about getting momentum back as quickly and as profitably as you can.
This planning workshop will bring focus, effectiveness, efficiency to your activities next quarter building team confidence and performance and helping you get your business back up to speed as quickly and profitably as possible.