Global Leadership & Coaching: Flourishing under intense pressure at work
1:00pm – 1:30pm
Every day new articles are being published on the changing face of our workforce. And let’s be honest with economic uncertainty coupled with the rapid technological advances we are seeing, the workplace is undergoing one of its biggest upheavals since the advent of the industrial revolution.
The companies that will thrive will be those whose leaders who can flourish under the intense pressure that this ‘revolution’ is bringing forth.
Join us for our next Tap’d Solutions Learn and Lunch webinar on Wednesday, 5th December from 1:00pm to 1:30pm where we will be speaking to Rachel Ellison, a former BBC broadcaster and now executive leadership coach who will share some unique experiences of people flourishing under some of the most intense pressures from war zones to refugee camps, prisons to hospitals, and elite sport to supermarkets, to draw on below-the-surface thinking which can be used to analyse, interpret and understand a leader’s decisions, motivations and fears.
Rachel will share insights from her new book ‘Global Leadership & Coaching: Flourishing under intense pressure at work’ including ideas, themes and applied learning from the leaders featured throughout the text.
Our complimentary lunch and learn webinars have been designed to allow you to grab a sandwich, settle back in front of your laptop and learn something new!
Don’t delay. Places are limited.
Anthony Ryland, Managing Director, Tap’d Solutions
Anthony provides thought leadership across Talent, Analytics and Technology. He supports our clients in identifying the right solutions and most importantly runs the business on a day-to-day basis. Prior to launching Tap’d Solutions Anthony held senior Talent and Learning & Development roles at Geko Direct, Syan, ACS, Xerox and most recently Samsung Electronics.
Rachel Ellison, Executive Leadership Coach
Rachel Ellison has 16 years working in the broadcast and telecommunications industry, including 9 years as a BBC news correspondent and international project director. She created and led award winning teams in competitive, changing global markets. Rachel is an experienced live presenter. She broadcast to radio and television audiences of 185m people in 120 different countries. Rachel was awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) for ‘the promotion of human rights and the self empowerment of women in Afghanistan’. Her team won BBC Team of the Year, acknowledging Rachel’s coaching-style of leadership.
Improving Workplace Gender Diversity
Increasing diversity and inclusivity makes good business sense and has many advantages; yet creating the right balance in a team or organisation is easier said than done and is not something that can be achieved overnight. Often it requires a change to deeply-routed traditions, a shift in mindset and a change in behaviour and as a result, improving workplace gender diversity continues to be one of the biggest challenges facing organisations.
In this webinar we are joined by Teresa Boughey, a UK Female Entrepreneurship Ambassador who regularly takes part in Women in Enterprise debates at the House of Commons and we discuss excerpts from her book ‘Closing the Gap: 5 steps to creating an Inclusive and Diverse workforce’.
The Future of Feedback
Do you feel that your survey results don’t give you ROI and aren’t worth the money you spend each year? Are you relying on a traditional survey with a 1 to 5 scale? If so, you could be gathering irrelevant information from your people and missing what really matters to them.
Understanding the real experience of your people and asking the best, optimised questions is key to giving you actionable and insightful data to improve engagement and motivation. In this webinar we unpick the area of maximising value from employee feedback.
Employee Experience: How can you foster a positive and collaborative culture in your organisation?
Modern work life is changing rapidly as our habits and practices outside of work are leaking into our cultures inside our businesses. One hot topic in 2018 is creating a self-sustaining culture where your people experience a positive, reinforcing, working environment and innate culture.
In this webinar we discuss what employee experience really is and how you can foster a positive and collaborative culture in your organisation.
What should HR be focusing on in 2018?
With a backdrop of Brexit and the Gig Economy, the workforce is becoming more transient. Skills shortages for key roles and giving the right employee experience to retain your best people continue to be major challenges for HR leaders as we head into 2018.
In this webinar we discuss the key areas that HR leaders will need to focus their efforts on in 2018.