|Date||7 October 2021|
|Price||Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 2 Places*|
|Venue||Henley Business School, Greenlands Campus|
How do I book?
This event is exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership.
To book please contact your HR or Learning and Development team at your organisation.
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Why do so many organisations focused on results actively undermine motivation and performance?
Motivation, creativity and collaboration are the engine of sustainable performance, but work cultures that give a narrow definition of success and rely heavily on extrinsic rewards and metrics can often restrict performance. This session looks at a longer-term approach to building high-performance thinking and collaborative cultures at work.
This interactive, practical masterclass will challenge your assumptions about how you define and recognise success in the workplace, explore what is required to motivate people at a deeper, intrinsic level, and look at how to develop a more connected sense of purpose in the workplace, a constant learning mindset and an inclusive culture that thrives on collaboration rather than competition.
Dr Cath Bishop will draw on the latest thinking from the front line of high-performance sport, international diplomacy and business coaching to share new perspectives and dispel some myths about the way we define and pursue success.
By the end of the event you will have:
- explored how we define and recognise success in the workplace and the impact this has on motivation and performance
- examined the differences between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and explored ways of developing a more connected sense of purpose in the workplace
- understood and explored the mindset, behaviours and interactions required to create a constant-learning, collaborative and inclusive work culture
Who Should Attend?
This masterclass is for leaders and managers who are interested in motivation, developing effective team culture and creating the environment for sustainable high performance.
This events primary theme is LEADERSHIP and the secondary theme is CHANGE.
It is relevant to the development of High Performance, Motivate, Inspire, Engage, Challenge, Connection, Success.
Dr Cath Bishop
Dr Cath Bishop is an Olympian, former diplomat and business coach. She competed in rowing at three Olympic Games, winning World Championships gold and Olympic silver. As a diplomat for the British Foreign Office for 12 years, Cath specialised in policy and negotiations on conflict issues, with postings to Bosnia and Iraq. Cath now works as a business consultant, coach and author, and teaches on executive education programmes for top business schools. Cath speaks at events globally on topics of leadership, cultural change and inclusion. Her first book, The Long Win: The Search for a Better Way to Succeed was published in October 2020.
“The Long Win approach is a must for educators, business executives, policymakers, politicians and indeed anyone who wants to understand why we need a new narrative around winning and success.”Dame Helena Morrissey
*Up to 2 places per member organisation. 'Up to' indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.
* If due to COVID-19 restrictions we are unable to deliver face-to-face, events will be hosted online or rescheduled.