No cost sessions, aimed to engage you!
Based on research, our sessions cover relevant topics linked to the 4IR and essential Workforce 2030 skills
Changes in occupational skills sets are required which will ultimately transform the world of work, requiring organisations and employees to remain relevant if they want to benefit from the great opportunities that this digital age provides.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution advances, it will place a spotlight on leaders – leaders who at their core operate from a foundation of authenticity and ethics.
Session 3: 28 July 2021
Navigate and manage the disruption experienced by an organisation and its people due to a shift in goals, processes, and technologies.
In this session, we unpacked the requirements to develop your ability to navigate and adapt to change. Looking at strategies for leading change - influencing, affecting, and controlling change.
Work will change in the future. Prepare for: fluid gigs; decentralized workforces; motivation to work and technology advances?
EXO – Scaling in 2021 and Beyond
Session 2: 30 June 2021
We are living in an Exponential Era filled with mega-trends and therefore need a strategic plan for the Exponential Era … a SPX which considers:
Strategies for Organizational Change and the impact that Massive Transformational Purposes (MTP’s) have on decision-making and how we could leverage IDEAS and SCALE within the environment.
Collaboration at all levels to ensure preparedness for change, disruption, and an increased pace of development is needed.
Leadership: the need to redefine future skills development
Session 1: 26 May 2021
Pace is going to accelerate and change strategies alone will not be enough! In this interactive session learn about:
A Massive Transformative Purpose are strategies to achieve rapid growth and an organisational ability to adapt to future requirements. Partnering with Automation provides opportunities for change in job related functions from mundane to innovative work.
From a Management Perspective: address and implement training strategies for new fields of advancement.
Emotional Intelligence for High-Performance Teams
Session 6: 27 October 2021
If your goal is to thrive as a leader then expanding (your) self and social awareness creates a path to leading successfully. Emotional intelligent leaders foster safe environments, adjust quickly, and get results.
Develop your self-awareness and social skills by improving your self-regulation and learn how to lead with empathy. Manage your emotions to positively influence the emotions of others is introduced through the concept and value of emotional intelligence in work teams and that of your organisation.
Hybrid Teaming is our future world-of-work and could create relationship challenges, without developing and fostering a culture of emotionally intelligent work teams.
Session 5: 29 September 2021
Ethical Leadership may not be a new concept but is needed now, more than ever! Leaders must lead with honesty, moral behaviour and integrity.
Understanding the role of Ethical Leadership is the first step in creating greater positive long-term outcomes for leaders and organisations and the community they impact.
The need and role of Ethical Leadership for the 4th Industrial Revolution is critical. Uncover ethical traits and behaviours by aligning your ethical values, vision, virtue, and voice to that of your organisation.
Session 4: 25 August 2021
Culture is the integrated pattern of human behaviour, shaping the trajectory of an organisation. Creating cultural change to harness people’s lasting commitment, requires a deep desire to change.
In this session, we looked at how to develop resilience to change by exploring resilience, mindset, and emotional intelligence. Developing critical skills for a mindset change will equip you to focus on your continuous professional development as the rapid shift to WFH has created new challenges for organisations.
Leaders are required to experiment with creative solutions that showcase a shared commitment through personal contact.
(Session 1-2 & 5)
(Session 3 - 4)