Thu, 09 Jun|
University of Hull
Eight proven, provocative, and perverse ways to develop your people
In this fast paced, high impact session we are joined by guest facilitator Chris Watson who aims to challenge conventional thinking around how best to build potential in the workplace by drawing on the latest research into the science of people.
Time & Location
09 Jun 2022, 09:30 – 12:30
University of Hull, Cottingham Rd, Hull HU6 7RX, UK
About the Event
This will be one of our first opportunities for us all to meet in person as a larger group since before the first lockdown in 2020. We can’t wait to see you all again, and thoroughly intend to make up for lost time by offering you a unique opportunity to gather a wide range of ideas, tools, and techniques to add to your Coaching & Mentoring tool kit.
About this session
In this fast paced, high impact session we’ll be joined by Chris Watson who is the founder of the award-winning Endor Learn & Develop, and someone who specialises in the promotion of adaptive management practices.
Here Chris aims to challenge conventional thinking around how best to build potential in the workplace by drawing on the latest research into the science of people. He’ll present smorgasbord of highly improbable, yet evidence-based methods for coaches and mentors to develop capability in the workplace and deliver outstanding results through people.
Featuring an eclectic range of insights including lessons from: Buddhism, hot yoga, social psychology, art negotiations, television quiz-shows and compulsive gambling; you will learn practical techniques which can easily be applied in the coaching and mentoring arena. With counter-intuitive approaches from: The Gallup Organisation, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Anne Robinson, John F Kennedy… and underperforming schoolchildren.
• Confirm the most reliable way to spot a great manager in any organisation.
• Apply an innovative technique to build powerful goals, guaranteed to deliver superior results.
• Discover unlikely methods to increase your own influencing skills.
• Test counter-intuitive ways to generate creative thought.
• Identify who to support first during times of change.
• Practice a preposterous tool to build personal productivity.
• Introduce novel ways to control stress and bolster resilience.
• Plus, access other proven, provocative and perverse ways to develop yourself and others.
Chris specialises in the promotion of adaptive management practices and works with every size of organisation – from new start-ups through to global companies and is incurably curious about all aspects of organisational behaviour. His aim is to strengthen relationships in the workplace by sharing straightforward solutions which people can relate to on a personal level. Drawing on a background in psychology, education, and the human sciences, he can provide a proven track-record in unlocking the best in people to help organisations flourish. His style is participative, fast paced, humorous and relevant. He believes that we all learn best when we are involved and enjoying ourselves.
- Ticket type
Coach/Mentor CPD Event
This ticket is for the ‘Introduction to NLP' session at 9.30am. After that you have a choice to stay and attend either or both of the ‘Tools & Techniques’ sessions which will run through until 12.45pm. The Yorkshire Accord Administrator will liaise with you directly to confirm which of the optional sessions you wish to attend. You only need to reserve 1 ticket per person regardless of how many sessions you plan to attend.Price£0.00Sale ended