Research shows us that some of the best business leaders are those who have developed an understanding of themselves, their motivations and their own characters. By leading with self-awareness, they are able to create and nurture better working cultures, often with increased levels of business success.
Ideal for anyone that leads teams but who rarely gives themselves time to work on their own development, this Meaning Fringe event will take the form of four ‘sprints’.
This will be an agile, strictly confidential, co-created journey through self-awareness that will look at these important questions:
- What does self-awareness mean?
- What is best practice self-awareness?
- What are the barriers to effective self-awareness?
- What actions will each delegate take following the workshop to raise the levels of self-awareness in them and those around them?
Your whole self. Arrive open minded, open hearted, constructive & creative.
You’ll leave with new insight, reflections & actionable learning that can be transferred to your own life and the lives of those around you, at home and at work.
Reading & models that are highly applicable to this session include the following, all of which are accessible through a mix of books and TED talks:
- Simon Sinek – Start with Why
- Brene Brown – Braving the Wilderness
- Carol Dweck – Mindset
- Prof Stevens – Chimp Paradox
- Greg McKeown – Essentialism
Meaning fringe events are organised and ticketed independently. This event is organised and ticketed by Garry Turner MCIPD.