Webinar - Leading for High Performance and Productivity
Start Date: 15 Feb 2018
Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Time: 1:30 PM
Duration: 1 hour
A manager’s key task is to lead the work of others for the achievement of organisational goals. Flatter management structures and increasingly complex reporting lines are characteristic of today’s workplaces, making leadership for high performance particularly challenging.
Join us to explore some of the most common mistakes managers make when it comes to getting the best from their staff and find out how to avoid them by using proactive and positive performance leadership. Find out how to create a high-performance culture in your team and drive productivity.
Take part in this live interactive webinar and learn:
- Why today’s organisations require a new approach to leading high performance
- Barriers to productivity and performance
- What successful leaders do to motivate and encourage their people
- How to plan for great performance and set people up for success
- Leverage strengths to enhance motivation and accountability
Eszter Molnar Mills CMgr FCMI
As a management and organisational development specialist, Eszter helps people, teams and organisations reach enhanced performance through identifying their strengths, reflecting on what works, and developing skills and strategies for improvement.
Eszter’s areas of work include training, facilitation, organisational development and change management as well as team and executive coaching. She works across the public, private and third sectors, with several universities and the Civil Service, where Eszter helps leaders and teams benefit from the contribution of positive psychology and strength-based approaches to individual and organisational success. According to clients, working with her is supportive and challenging but also enjoyable.
In her corporate career Eszter has held a number of HRD roles, most recently as Head of Organisational Development. She holds an MBA, is a Chartered Manager and Fellow of the CMI and CIPD and a credentialed coach. In addition to her own consultancy, Eszter is non-executive director of a social enterprise and a past chair of Women in Management (now CMI Women), London and South East. You can contact her via www.formium.co.uk.
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