Date: 18th September 2019
Location: Central Manchester
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Theme: Leadership & Mentoring, People, Skills & Talent, Operational efficiency
This workshop is focused on effective teamwork fundamentals, including creating vision and common purpose, best practice goal setting, motivation, delegation and what it takes to create an engaged and trusted team.
Many now believe that the ability to develop and lead good teams is the number one leadership skill required by today’s organisations.
In this time of unprecedented change and uncertainty, companies are downsizing, right sizing and re-organising. What is crucial to the success of these measures is working co-operatively in an environment of respect, drawing on all the skills and talents available to deliver the best results possible.
This session will provide an understanding of:
- To articulate a vision and delegate responsibility
- How to motivate and create a purpose driven-team
- How to set clear expectations and SMART goals
- How to hire and surrounding your-self with the right people
- How to inspire trust within your team/organization
This programme is led by experienced leaders for leaders, it is interactive, participative and provides clarity and clear understanding of the benefits of great team work and effective team work fundamentals. It is an interactive workshop that will provide managers and leaders with practical guidance, management tools and industry best practice to inspire, refresh and evoke action.
The session will be delivered by CIRCLE Leadership trainer Mark Bayley-Smyth:
As a proud Northerner, Mark is passionate about helping regional business leaders accelerate their growth rates and transform their businesses, whilst increasing their effectiveness and enhancing their business and personal lives. With 30 years’ business experience, from Engineering Apprentice to Managing Director, he is now focussing his time on helping business leaders make better decisions, deliver superior results, achieve balance and sleep better at night.
*Please note, this event is fully-funded through ERDF and eligiblity criteria applies.