ASHRM Conference Workshops
Reimagining performance management
Join the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development for these accredited sessions on reimagining performance management.
|How to create a winning culture in your organisation?
Inspiring and creating trust is the 1# competency for today's leader. It is the one thing that changes everything. Trust is not just a soft, nice to have, social virtue. It is a hard-edged economic driver of success which is measurable, learnable and actionable.
21st century leaders are paid to think, plan, communicate, and execute with excellence. However overwhelming demands and distractions can lead to a feeling of being "buried alive". FranklinCovey Middle East enables individuals and leaders to consistently make high value decision that ensure that their highest priorities are achieved.
The 4 Disciplines of Execution are a proven set of practices that have been tested and refined by hundreds of organizations and thousands of teams in different industries over many years. It is a simple proven formula for executing on your most important strategic priorities in the midst of the whirlwind of challenging economies.
|Empowering leaders through 5 key conversations
Details of workshop and learning outcomes: The tried and tested principles behind 5 conversations can transform individual and business performance through stronger employee engagement. Usually delivered over a full day, this taster session will cover:
|Developing a leadership mindset
Adrian Gilpin, Chairman, Institute of Human Development
In this hands-on practical workshop Adrian will use the Pathfinder concepts to coach participants through what it means to be an high performance leader who inspires people to be the very best they can be, free of the inhibitions that have been holding them back in the past.
This is what one senior leader in IBM said of Pathfinder. "It was, and remains, one of the highest impact leadership initiatives I have seen. We made pitches we would not have made previously, won business we would have lost, built relationships we would not have built, and resolved issues which would likely otherwise have allowed to drag on."