What does your team want from their leaders? And how easy is it to deliver that given the current environment we find ourselves in?
If you’re a leader, this webinar will equip you with a practical tool-kit for managing your team in a changing environment, helping you to build capability and drive engagement.
HR, talent and learning and development leaders will also find this webinar useful if they’re looking to develop the leaders within your organisation to better manage their teams in a virtual environment.
This webinar will cover:
- What does your team need to be motivated and engaged?
- What is authentic leadership? How can leaders develop this skill?
- What happens when the needs of the individual run up against those of the organisation?
- How do leaders build capability that drives performance?
- In a virtual team, how do you establish trust and inclusion? Is it necessary to be in the same room to build trust and inclusion or is this about behaviour?
About the speakers
Tracy’s 25 years of experience in talent consulting has seen her deliver a wide range of projects for clients across the public and private sector. These projects have included the design and implementation of strategic and operational development centres, operational HR strategies and senior level executive assessments. Tracy has also acted as a trusted advisor to senior leaders through coaching activity and the design of leadership development programmes.
Tracy also has 20 years of teaching experience at the University of Warwick delivering modules in MSc courses and bespoke leadership programmes. These programmes build stronger leaders of the future, equipping them to deal with business scenarios that require a strategic and commercial focus. She holds a degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in occupational psychology. She holds level A and B certificates in psychometric testing.
Stuart works with executives and their teams to help them reach their optimum potential. Drawing upon experiences within private and public sector organisations and knowledge of how high performance coaching techniques help leaders to perform at their best, he has led many significant talent projects – both locally and internationally – and worked on a number of board evaluations.
Stuart has been part of the senior HR team at Dixons Carphone, and has held roles at British Airways and the Ministry of Defence where amongst other things he was focussed on providing psychological input to pilot selection and military training respectively. He has an MA in psychology and a master’s in occupational psychology.
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