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Webinar - Regenerate and Renew: A Transformative Approach for Outstanding Leadership NEW

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Event information
Date 19 September 2023
Time 14:30-16:30 (Timezone: Europe/London)
Price Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 50 Places*
Venue Online
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  • How can we regenerate and replenish ourselves amid relentless challenge and change?
  • If we do not address the persistent sense of stress and exhaustion, what energy or reserves do we draw from?

Amid spiralling disruption, we cannot simply return to ‘the old normal’. There is a widespread sense that the way we’re working isn’t working. Simply thinking differently will not erase the uncertainty or depletion so many people feel. A different approach is required.

At the same time, how do we bring the best of ourselves into work scenarios that can feel draining, unnatural and overwhelming? How do we reconnect to our natural resources and innate abilities, and inspire others to do the same? What are the most effective ways to remain grounded and centred, drawing on our own self-development, understanding and humanity to create engaging, generative and fulfilling working environments?

The more authentic, clear and congruent leaders and purposeful professionals can be, the greater their resilience and the more trust and confidence they inspire in those around them.

Seeing what you are currently missing, strengthening core qualities and sense of self and purpose, and building the relational skills to engage others are all-important master keys that unlock breakthrough insights and life-affirming change.

Together we will explore these critical questions in a practice and action-oriented way.

This experiential, interactive workshop, led by an experienced facilitator–trainer, will lead you through a series of in-session practices, insightful exercises, inquiry and dialogue to help you reconnect with your signature strengths and optimise your potential and momentum. It will provide a safe, collaborative space for reflective practice and genuine dialogue with a supportive and engaging peer group. You will learn powerful tools to embody the best of who you are, which will have a direct positive impact in energising, inspiring and activating those around you.

Join us for an invaluable opportunity to gain powerful insights that will help you to lead well – even when facing the toughest challenges. Change does not happen overnight – but with practice, these approaches can deliver immeasurable dividends that benefit all areas of your work and life.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the session, you will have:

  • developed an increased understanding of how to lead in a deeply embodied and presence-centred way
  • discovered how leading from your ‘zone of flourishing’ gives you a critical edge in an era of continual disruption
  • uncovered underlying blocks to performance, success and thriving that may be holding you back
  • learned approaches to incorporate primary sources of self-sustaining energy and focus wherever you are

Beth Meriam

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Beth Meriam is an award-winning change consultant, educator-facilitator and mentor-coach, specialising in life-affirming leadership, regenerative cultures and transformative learning. Her support helps leaders, teams, change-makers and individuals connect with core human values, adopt new frames of reference and cultivate the mindset, resilience and relational qualities needed to become exemplary leaders, innovators and influencers.

She has designed and led leadership development and organisational culture transformation programmes for a variety of organisations, including: the World Bank, UK HM Government Home Office, Airbnb, BNP Paribas, SWIFT, Unilever and leading business schools. Interventions draw on knowledge, insights and practices from the world’s wisdom traditions and cutting-edge contemporary methodologies, these are strengthened and ratified by a range of professional qualifications.

Beth has received numerous accolades, including her 1998–99 investigation of leaders, culture, development and education in Ladakh which won the James Littlejohn Prize (Edinburgh, 1999) and a Cambridge University ‘Honorary Student’ award for academic accomplishment. She is a published writer, applied anthropologist, social development specialist and researcher. In 2006, she was awarded a Cambridge University Applied Social Anthropology doctorate (focusing on leadership, identity, belonging and cultural transformation), which included two years of primary research while living and working with pastoralists on the Tibetan plateau. She loves inspiring encounters with people and sharing generative learnings on how we can best support each other to evolve and thrive, both individually and collectively.

*Up to 50 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.

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