Date: 3 & 4 March 2021 Time: 09:00 AM - 15:00
Next date: 4 & 5 May 2021
Online – MS Teams
Price: R 2900.00 (excl VAT)
In a world where there is no shortage of adversity ingredients: the pandemic, market turbulence, social injustice, declining public trust, a 24/7 news cycle, time pressure, for that this is a recipe for burnout, withdrawal or self protection. For the resilient, these factors evoke values over volatility, understanding over uncertainty, agility over ambiguity, courage instead of complexity thus igniting motivation, optimism and creativity. How do you respond to the unpredictable? How does this impact you ability and your ability to lead? Resiliency at this core, is the ability to either resist shock or bounce back from set back, adversity sooner. And simple put the ability to bounce back from negative emotions sooner. To stay focussed and assist teams to remain focussed resilient leaders develop “strong backs” of mental and emotional grit, hardiness and determination. The also cultivate core skills comprised of emotional intelligence, mental readiness and agility. Residency can be built and strengthened, just like a muscle it develops with practice and overtime.
This highly interactive leadership course draws from psychology of leadership, organisational psychology and health psychology to build both mindset, strategies and tactical skills. Over the 2 days we will unpack pertinent topics to resiliency and resilient leadership. We will discuss possible challenges, and then apply accessible strategies, skills drills , visualisations and action planning to deepen learning and growth.
In this 2 day we will:
- Define resilience and resilient leadership and what it takes to lead effectively through , unprecedented times, uncertainty and times of ongoing change
- Understand neurological, biological and behavioural science underpinning resilience and change
- Learn and practice resilience tools and practice
- Master how to be a "step down transformer for your team”
- Learn how to create resilient human and organisational systems
About your facilitator:
Mavis Ureke is a doctoral candidate for Psychology of Leadership at William James College USA. An Adult Development Psychologist, International Behavioural Science and Performance Specialist, OD consultant and practitioner with expertise in human dynamics in organisations. She is a multiple award winning Global Training and Development Leader & Coach.Author of several books including: Self-Leadership, Navigating The Rapids and Waves of Life: 10 Lessons to Managing Emotions for Success; Managing Emotions for Financial Freedom and others. Trainer/facilitator and keynote speaker at public and private engagements. Mavis has studied and worked in the Netherlands, Zimbabwe, South Africa and the United States, so has a diversity of experience with a truly global cosmopolitan mindset.
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