False assumptions and unrealistic expectations are often the root cause of stress and tension. Conversations to address them are often not easy, but are vital to create healthy alignment in our relationships both at home and at work. Doing so in a C-A-L-M way is key.
Racism & inequality are not just issues “out there”. We each have a part to play in addressing these issues, especially in how we manage our one-on-one interactions with people who are very different to us. In a very real way, “Inclusion starts with ME”.
Going back to “normal” after Covid-19 would be a tragedy for a workforce that was already stressed and fatigued. Given that the lockdown experience has accelerated learning around remote and flexible working, we have an opportunity to press pause and re-think the rhythm of work, home and life. This webinar helps participants create healthy boundaries and re-imagine a more sustainable work/life balance for the “future normal”.
Conflict is inevitable so we must each learn to “do conflict well” and strengthen rather than damage relationships
Beyond the technology, successful remote and virtual working depends on the ability to keep people feeling connected and involved, despite the distance
In this session, we help team leads, managers and virtual/remote workers to establish great rapport, play to their collective strengths, negotiate boundaries and deliverables, communicate value and appreciation and build relationships of mutual trust and respect so performance is enhanced, despite the distance.
Improving the quality of one-on-one interactions to build engagement and belonging, and strengthen relationships