Katerina Rudiger (Chief Community Officer, CIPD) opened by talking about the power of doing well by doing good, emphasising that this isn’t an intellectual debate but is about what each of can do. Katerina’s purpose is to rally people to make a tangible difference, and the event is focused on:
A case study of an IT Leadership Programme developed and delivered by Kingfisher Coaching for Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, helping leaders to get the best of themselves and others.
A session by Jeff Birk (O.C. Tanner) – @jtbirk @octanner – about recognition, appreciation, and engagement.
A keynote by Jill Larsen (Cisco) at the HR Directors Business Summit 2017
My review of Appreciative Inquiry for change management by Sarah Lewis, Jonathan Passmore, Stefan Cantore
My review of Julie Hodges’ book – ‘Managing and leading people through organisational change’
Never Learn Alone – Curated tweets by KingfisherCoach
ConnectingHRAfrica – Curated tweets by KingfisherCoach
Your Biz Is Your People – Curated tweets by KingfisherCoach
Lynda Gratton & Tammy Erickson (Thinkers50) @lyndagratton @tammyerickson Lynda Gratton opened by talking about visiting the Masia in Tanzania with her son, and the experience of seeing a Masia Warrior answering his mobile phone; a moment of realisation that the world has changed forever. Technology is impacting in so many
The latest CIPD HR Outlook survey highlights how people-related Leadership skills are much-needed and sorely lacking. In this blog post, I share my experiences of how we can change that.
As part of my True Strength project, I’m featuring interviews that dig deep into how people succeed and I was delighted to interview Gary Cookson. Gary is a HR Director, speaker, and blogger. The interview has lots of insights into how Gary succeeds, about strengths, weaknesses, mindset, and resilience. In particular, there’s loads of great insights into what is is like to be competitive and to be an introvert.