|Date of event:||10 November 2020|
|Event ends:||10 November 2020|
|Price:||Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 3 Places*|
#Covid-19 update: This event will now be a live online masterclass, with details provided below. Delegate numbers will be similar to a face-to-face event, enabling participants to have interaction with the speaker and work with other delegates (for example via group work and online polls).
A fully completed and authorised nomination form is required for this event. Those who have previously registered need take no action (other than completing any pre-work). All participants will be sent joining instructions explaining how to access the event online.
In the current environment the issues surrounding resilience are clearly hugely important. This online masterclass will take a psychological and neurological approach to helping us to understand what makes us resilient at a fundamental level but will then suggest ways for us to manage and cope given what we know about how it all works. It will look at the need to stay positive and to take back control of how we feel - we will give you some simple tools to work with during and after the session and you will thus be able to also help those you lead.
This primary theme is ORGANISATION and the secondary theme is ENGAGEMENT.
It is relevant to the development of Change, Stress, Resilience, Psychology, Behaviours, Values.
THP, The Henley Partnership.
Professor Kevin Money
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 is a visiting executive fellow at Henley Business School. His background is in senior human resources roles at corporations such as Fujitsu, Diageo, CitiBank, the Pentland Group and Korn Ferry and, as such, he has worked within the areas of change and resilience for many years. His research interests lie in the areas of talent, organisational capability, stress and resilience, employee engagement and the neuroscience of change.
*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 nomination. Nomination Forms are dealt with on a first come first served basis and a place cannot be booked or held without a fully completed and approved Nomination Form.