Key traits of effective leadership


15-16 NOVEMBER-2017

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Workshop Overview

Leaders must understand how to support innovation (tomorrow’s business) whilst maintaining today’s focus. Leaders must understand the implications of change and how to engage their employees to make change stick. It is one thing to understand change and innovation, it is quite another to get employees to do what you want them to do.

Employee engagement has an important and often under-rated role to play in how change and innovation initiatives are implemented. Too often this important skill is viewed as a soft skill with no concrete ROI. It is ignored at the leaders’ peril.

This program brings together these important skills and demonstrates their importance to leaders for the benefit of making your organization “fit for the future”.

What You Will Learn

Learn core Leadership and Management competencies

Understand the current strategy, what is required now and what the future looks like

Learn how important employee engagement is within the context of good leadership

Understand and adapt your own leadership style in the context of change, innovation and employee engagement in general

Understand how to lead the change process, the culture change, progressing the innovation ideas and the employee engagement initiatives

Understand how change innovation and employee engagement should work together and synergize with one another

Apply the combination of leadership and management to optimize results

Paul Rigby

Renowned Author of The Success Formula & the Bee Book a parable about change, innovation, employee engagement and leadership

Leading trainer & certified master consultant of the BEE FIT FOR THE FUTURE™ Workshop

Regular keynote presenter and facilitator at global industry conferences

Consults with business partners and frequently assists them with their change, innovation, leadership and employee engagement efforts

Traveled to over 45 countries delivering keynote addresses and workshops to large multi-nationals, government organizations, SMEs, business schools and non-profit organizations.