Accentuate the Positive of Hybrid Working
The new normal? Nobody knows what that really will look like, but we do know it’s here to stay and we will continue to spend time working this out and adapting. The last 18 months have been characterised by massive change, and this session not only gives people an opportunity to reflect on the emotional impact of that change, but also to develop emotional intelligence competencies to help themselves and others move forward.
- When you’ve been affected by change: a four-box matrix to understand people’s varying emotions
- An opportunity to practise key skills of listening, reflecting and summarising, helping people to feel seen and heard (a critical component of hybrid working)
- The Change Curve to understand how people move through change
- Developing Optimism and Happiness
- How these elements create and sustain resilience
HOW WE DO IT
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Be A Chameleon: How To Flex Your Style in the Hybrid WorldBe A Chameleon: How To Flex Your Style in the Hybrid World
How you communicate with others determines the effectiveness of your life. Everyone is different and has their own story to tell. Mutually productive relationships develop when we understand others’ needs, adapt to, and let them shine by first knowing themselves then balancing talking and listening; facts and storytelling; empathy and assertiveness.
Managing Your Time: Effective Hybrid WorkingManaging Your Time: Effective Hybrid Working
Energy levels fluctuate massively when you’re dealing with the demands of other people in your household, or nobody’s there whatsoever. You’ll no doubt punctuate your days and evenings differently, with things blending in a way they didn’t before. That’s fine…as long as you’re looking after boundaries and not burning out.
The Four Stages Of The MeetingThe Four Stages Of The Meeting
How do you conduct that all important meeting? Moving relationships forward at meetings is about getting what you want, to be sure. But achieving that depends on your ability to create rapport, ask the right questions, pitch effectively and ask for what you want. All elegantly of course, paying close attention to the personality and social style of your prospect – whether in the room or online.