Trust and respect in superteams
Start Date: 18 May 2016
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: Holiday Inn, Handy Cross, High Wycombe, HP11 1TL › View map
Member price: £15.00
Non-member price: £25.00
Event Capacity: Full
Respect, and the Trust that depends on it, is not merely a social nicety … it is a survival issue... Throughout the ages and across cultures, loss of respect has often led to dramatic negative consequences, sometimes even loss of life. Similarly, in business, loss of respect can lead to reduced productivity, increased attrition, and derailed careers. Contemporary research has shown that the prevalence or lack of respect within teams has a disproportionate impact on their performance.
Our speaker Clinton Wingrove will talk about how to develop a culture of respect with your teams and so turn them into SuperTeams.
|| Registration, buffet and networking
|| Presentation and workshop
|| Finish and networking
Clinton Wingrove, Co-CEO, CKT Solutions
Clinton started his career in clerical work measurement and design following a degree in Pure Physics and Applied Electronic Engineering.
He led the automation design for a major UK distribution centre, spent 3 years in sales training, was Head of Management Training & Development for 3M UK, was Director and principle Data Analyst with a leading HR Consultancy, has been CEO of a custom HR Technology company in the USA and now runs two UK-based businesses, one focusing on the development of business acumen, and the other on individual leadership coaching and development.
He is passionate about helping individuals and organisations maximise performance and realise their true potential. He was once introduced at a conference in Texas as an “HR Futurist, Pragmatist and Passionator” … only in USA! He is co-author of “SuperTeams: Using the principles of RESPECT to unleash explosive business performance.”
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