Why are we Terrible at Communicating?
Despite digital disruption, leadership success still comes from the effective conversations we have with the individuals in our team. Yet so many of us avoid meaningful conversations, handle them poorly or fail to get our point across authentically. Engaging in challenging conversations is even harder!
For many it’s not lack of willingness to engage, it’s often not knowing what to say and how to say it, that detracts from our leadership proficiency. These conversations need to be handled with emotional intelligence, respect and require a clear and simple structure.
If personal development is important for you or your leadership, this 2 hour workshop will be of massive benefit.
What will I learn?
- Understand the brain & how neuroscience can help when engaging in challenging conversations
- How to use a five-step model during tough conversations to handle emotions and opposing views
- Techniques to see, hear and understand the other person
- How to use conversation mind maps to plan your conversations.
Presenter – Vivian Vrahos
Vivian has 20 years’ experience developing organisational performance and building leadership capabilities by using their emotional intelligence to develop leadership potential. Vivian works across Asia, NZ, USA and the UK. Her impressive portfolio of clients includes; DHL, Toll, The Age, Qantas, Woolworths, Racing Victoria, Vic Police and Tabcorp. Vivian is an engaging and knowledgeable speaker.
Places are strictly limited, so please confirm your acceptance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your preference to attend either the City or Mulgrave Sessions.Workshop date: Wednesday 30th May 2018
Time: The City Session will run from 7:45 am to 10:00 am. The Mulgrave Session will run from 2:45 pm to 5:00 pm.
Interview Masterclass – Sydney & Melbourne!
Your roles are arguably the most important in your organisation. Talent is key!
This breakfast workshop is designed for in-house recruiters or HR professionals responsible for recruitment who are interested to further develop their skills and recruitment expertise. The workshop will be relaxed, information rich and allow for positive interaction and networking with other likeminded recruitment professionals.
This 2 hour masterclass includes;
- Employment snap shot of 2018
- Update on innovations in recruitment, technology & systems
- Understanding bias & discrimination in the recruitment process and how to interrupt this
- Advanced behavioural interviewing skills designed to assist in employing the “best” person
- Case studies and examples of good and poor recruitment practices
- Q & A and group discussions
About the Presenter.
June is one of the founders of Selection Partners. She is a CDAA and ICF qualified trainer and coach. June has worked in HR Consulting for over 20 years working with many of Australia’s leading organisations in construction, manufacturing, engineering, legal & accounting, retail and energy. She has designed numerous recruitment processes, trained 100’s of recruiters, sat on numerous interview panels and hired 100’s of people herself. June is also the VP of EEON (Equal Employment Opportunity Network) and is passionate about encouraging organisations to be inclusive in their practices.
Numbers are strictly limited to allow for questions and comfortable group interaction. To discuss available spots please call Desiree on 03-9832-8100 or email to email@example.com.
Melbourne Workshop Date: Thursday, 15th March 2018
Melbourne Location: Level 4, 607 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Sydney Workshop Date: Friday, 16th March 2018
Sydney Location: Level 8, 99 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2000Workshop date: Friday, 16th March 2018
Time: 8:15am Arrival to start at 8:30am and finish at 10:30am
Men Taking a Stand to Prevent Violence Against Women
Engaging men in preventing men’s violence against women is important in promoting gender equality and creating a more socially just world. This workshop will explore why non-violent men should challenge the sexism and violence of other men and the strategies for engaging them.
Bob Pease is an Honorary Professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Deakin University and an Adjunct Professor in the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of Tasmania.
His main research interests are in the fields of men’s violence against women, cross-cultural and global perspectives on men and masculinities, the interrogation of privilege and critical social work practice.
Bob was a founding member of Men against Sexual Assault in Melbourne and has been involved in campaigns and community education against men’s violence for many years. He has published extensively on masculinity politics and critical social work practice, including four books as single author and twelve books as co-editor, as well as numerous book chapters and journal articles.
For more information or to buy tickets please click on the link below.
Location: Level 12, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000Workshop date: Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Time: 12:00pm to 2:00pm (AEST)
Gender Equity in Action Case Studies
Gender equity in theory is interesting, in action it’s life changing!
This panel discussion will provide participants with an opportunity to hear from three leaders about the work they and their organisations are undertaking with the aim to improve gender equity on a global, national and local scale.
- Morgan Koegal, CEO of OneGirl
- Amanda Barker, GM, Carlton Football Club
- Fiona Rose, D&I Manager, Jacobs
Learn from others and help make your workplace more diverse and inclusive.
Hosted by EEON, places are $50 per person, if you are not a member and free if you are. To book a place click here https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/gender-equity-in-action-case-studies-tickets-31901225424?utm_term=eventurl_textwww.eeon.org.auWorkshop date: Friday 24th February 2017
Time: 12.30 - 2pm
Free Retail Network Seminar
This workshop is designed for Senior Assistant Managers, Store Managers & Cluster Managers seeking to develop their career and learn about the diversity of exciting roles in retail. The workshop will also enable the attendees to network with other retail experts.
- How the retail landscape is changing.
- How to position yourself for promotion & success.
- Learn how to lead and inspire others.
- Strategies to keep yourself motivated & positive.
- Presentation by industry experts.
For full details please refer to the invitation here.Workshop date: Monday 6th June 2016
Time: 10:00am to 12 noon