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Greenlands Masterclass - How to Focus on the ‘Important’ Rather Than the ‘Seemingly Urgent’ NEW

24 Sept Kevin Money
Event information
Date 24 September 2024
Time 9:30-16:30 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Price Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 2 Places*
Venue Henley Business School, Greenlands Campus
Event types:
Greenlands masterclass

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This event will look at resilience from a human and behavioural perspective and it will review what individuals and organisations can do to become and remain resilient during the toughest of times.

We will discuss current trends towards marketplace chaos and the implications of the increasing pressure to do more with less – in effect organisations often seem to put unreasonable demands on their people. We will deconstruct what the best performers are able to do to help themselves and their people to stay engaged and ahead of the stress curve, and we will hear from senior leaders who have grappled with this issue in their organisations.

The event will help you to understand your own physiological and behavioural blueprint for future resilience and you will leave with a plan of action to create change for yourself and your organisation.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the event you will have:

  • Discovered what the best do to cope – at a personal and an organisational level.
  • Been presented with organisational models that allow you to assess your own organisation’s ability to be resilient.
  • Learned from those who have managed to build resilience into their own personal ways of working and about what their organisations have done to remain resilient within the turmoil of change.
  • Assessed what roles process and human factors play in the context of managing permanent change.
  • Debated the idea that success makes us inflexible and discussed tactics to ensure we remain agile.
  • Deconstructed the critical role of engagement, enabling you to leave with a model for assessing engagement levels in your organisation.
  • Gained a better understanding of the neurological underpinnings for achieving resilience.
  • Developed the ability to calibrate your relative levels of stress and will understand the physical ramifications of staying ahead of the performance curve.

Who is this for

  • Leaders of teams, who are looking to optimise performance of their teams and themselves.
  • Team leaders who need mechanisms to remain calm and resourceful to themselves when all around them are losing their heads.
  • Leaders who want to create engagement and commitment in others.

Professor Kevin Money

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Professor Kevin Money is a chartered psychologist and Director of Henley’s John Madejski Centre for Reputation. Kevin teaches on the MBA programme and Henley’s flagship Advanced Management programme in the areas of reputation, responsibility, teams and leadership.

Kevin is also Director of the Positive Psychology Forum – an organisation that applies advances in psychology to help individuals and organisations improve their performance through a process of reflection on success and failure. Interventions include high-performance coaching, organisational and personal 360-degree feedback, and behavioural mapping.

Chris Matchan

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Chris is a Visiting Executive Fellow of Henley Business School and has a Masters in Human Resource Management. His career in the line management and human resources field spanned over 20 years, during which he worked in a number of senior roles before setting up his own HR consulting business in early 2003.
As a consultant, he has worked with clients such as Carphone Warehouse, Scottish Courage, The Tussauds Group, PUMA, Columbia Sports and Britvic to name but a few.
Chris has worked on a wide range of faculty programmes at Henley including the Change Leadership programmes, Talent Management programmes, Strategic and Operational HR programmes and on general business/commercial programmes.

*Up to 2 places per member organisation. 'Up to' indicates the maximum number per member organisation. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.*

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