As those leading, managing and coaching teams, ‘who’ we are and how we show up for people can be the difference between a good and an extraordinary team.
So often we focus on getting the process right, the relationships right, the roles right, but how often do we focus on ourselves as individuals?
In this session we’ll take a look at a model to powerfully explore who you are as a person. You’ll learn about your own emotional blocks at the deepest level. You’ll practice techniques for emotional growth that will have you unfold emotionally to reach the next level in managing, coaching and leadership.
Be warned: we'll get deep and we'll be getting real! This is powerful content. All exercises will be optional.
Experienced coach and management pioneer, Richard Atherton will lead this highly interactive session.
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Emotional Growth for Better Managers
Richard Atherton is coach, leader and educator with over 15 years of experience in orchestrating change in complex organisations. In addition to his deep experience in leading at all levels of the organisation, Richard delivered the first ever Lean Change Management certified facilitator training in the UK. Whilst he began with software teams, amongst others, Richard has worked with sales teams, news desks and administrators to help them become radically more responsive.