Challenging Team Dynamics
Facilitated by Jeff Turner and Maureen Hewitt
IMPORTANT – This course is nearly Sold Out. Only one place is left.
This course is aimed at experienced L&D and HR Professionals.
It is no secret that both the L&D and HR function can really influence business results but on so many occasions they are not invited to the most senior business tables.
We believe it’s time for that to change.
That means it’s time to change up the skills and impact that both these functions have to offer. Moving away from the road-blocks and constant workshops that are good, but not really great, for business results, this programme opens the door to a whole new area of ‘deep team development’
Together they bring alive the learning necessary to drive lasting impact by giving participants the knowledge, skills and more importantly a process to start this work within their own business.
This ground-breaking 2 Day experiential programme is freshly designed to bring you the best of professional development, team dynamics and a new level of understanding human interactions. Supported with case-studies, models and neuroscience, both days bring into action the latest thought leadership, research and real world facts.
Led by Master Facilitators with decades of experience, this is the most real and relevant way for new skills and behaviours in handling challenging team dynamics to be developed.
Jeff and Maureen want to give you the best opportunity for success on this course and so have designed a small amount of pre-course preparation to really set you up for success.
This workshop also comes with 2 FREE group coaching sessions with both Jeff and Maureen to ensure the new learning sticks.
Individual coaching sessions will be available to participants at a reduced chargeable rate if required.
Due to the high-level of engagement required, you can expect a short discussion with one of the facilitators to assess suitability ahead of final registration.
Register your interest now.
|Where||DUBLIN. Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9.|
|When||Wednesday and Thursday – June 26th and 27th
9.30am to 5:00pm both days