At our HR Forum ‘TOGETHR’ delegates will have the opportunity to choose a track of two 45-minute workshops – take a look below:
Read more about the workshops:
“Training Intuition for the HR Workplace”
Through a process of research and testing, Charlotte’s approach to honing intuition and self-insight skills is rational, consisting of theory and exercises that practice intuition like a muscle. Delegates will gain a deeper understanding of intuition, practice flexing their intuition muscle, and take away skills for creating a habit of harnessing this resource regularly.
“Building a Resilient Workforce”
Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties, and is a vital tool for managing mental health. How strong and efficient this tool is differs from person to person, but it is not a fixed capability but rather a quality that can be exercised and developed. Martin will introduce attendees to some skills necessary for increasing adaptability, flexibility, and confidence, maintaining performance and stamina during peak times, and to be able to think more clearly and logically under pressure.
“Voices of HR Leadership”
To make the level of impact on organizations that HR professionals require, it takes more than just great communication skills…it takes Voices of Leadership. In this interactive workshop, Suzanne is joined by presenter coach Tim Ferguson to take the principles of HR leadership shared by Suzanne and practically applying them to a skill-building model created by Tim. Everyone will have a chance to practice and learn from their peers.
“Supporting Extra-Dependent Teams”
The conventional way of thinking about teams is an interdependent group of people who all work together to achieve a common goal. David Kesby believes there is a second class of teams that large organisations have but do not recognise: extra-dependent teams, in which team members deal largely with people outside their team. David will share his research and some practical exercises to realise the power that both types of team can have within organisations when combined together.