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Exceptional People Leadership

Topic:
Exceptional People Leadership
Date:
April 5, 2013 at 2:30 - 3:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Christina Lattimer, Owner(People Discovery)
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Description
A new paradigm of leadership is emerging, driven by developments in Quantum physics, Globalisation, Technology, Demographics, Environmental and Ethical issues.

There are many implications for leaders now and in the future as a result of this changing world.

While there are many aspects to consider within this new paradigm, this Presentation will concentrate on how leaders may need to rethink and redesign relationships with their employees or followers to remain in step with inevitable change.

Evidence that change is needed right now is apparent as recent studies show on average up to two thirds of employees are dissatisfied with their jobs. This is an alarming statistic for many leaders as the implications for retaining talent and sustaining business outcomes could well be threatened as employees begin to “escape” as the economy begins to recover.

The presentation veers away from the traditional concept of employee relationships at the level of contract, negotiation and terms and conditions. Instead, it will examine 5 aspects of relationship at work, which are relevant in the new paradigm.

While covering the popular topics of engagement and strategy, for example, there are ideas and suggestions about aspects which aren't focussed on in depth currently, but will need to be addressed if leaders are to keep their best people and their customers.

The presentations will help leaders develop specific ideas and practical frameworks, which will encourage further exploration and action.

These ideas are designed to enable leaders to build on existing good practices, harness the commitment of their employees, and improve results, as well as retain talent.

Christina Lattimer is a leadership consultant and coach based in the UK. Her consultancy, People Discovery is committed to facilitating change at the level of leadership
Who Should Participate
This Presentation is aimed at leaders and managers at all levels
What You Will Learn
Participants will:
  1. Have the information to put into practice 4 relationship dynamics which can be harnessed to truly engage employees, which, over time, can create success on a massive scale
  2. Have a basic insight into organisational dynamics or energies which can affect relationships at work, and how they can be changed.
  3. Be able to identify the 8 commonalities which need to be clear to develop shared, productive and appropriate relationships with employees
Recommended Resources
www.peoplediscovery.co.uk/blog Click here
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Human Resources Management
Leadership
Performance Management
Culture
Leadership Models
Leadership Philosophies
Leading Others
Leading Change
Leadership Training and Development
Integrated Talent Management
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
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People Discovery

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I work across the UK and globally and provide great Leadership Development solutions, along with a number of Employee Engagement strategies, underlined by Expert HR.
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Excellent organization of the presentation. Stellar use of your PowerPoints - not overfilled with information. It was particularly good to have you scanning for questions as you moved through your talk because you then had an opportunity to address things as they arose. Excellent! 5 / 5
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Thank you. Food for thought. 5 / 5
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The content was great - however Christina's oral presentation was less engaging. It might have helped if HR.com person read questions/comments and helped insert them in the appropriate sections. Christina obviously had trouble trying to do both things simultaneously and really shouldn't have had to do so. 3 / 5
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Image of Gail Kudla, PHR Gail Kudla, PHR
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Very Good Presentation
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Good Presentation

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