Live Webinar: Down-to-Earth Leadership Skills for Technical Geniuses
Presented by the IT Professionals NZ's Auckland Branch Committee:
Digital and Technology people are often promoted into leadership roles because of their technical expertise, but need guidance to get the best out of their staff.
Mark Greaney helps leaders better understand why people behave in certain ways and provides tools to help them get the best out of their people. If a leader can understand more about themselves and how they relate to people it benefits the working relationship for the business and better results are achieved.
In this free ITP live webinar Mark will outline practical tools including:
- Understanding people differences - a proven behavioural approach to understanding the nuances of people
- Effective listening - this is great for improving both your work and your personal life
- How to give feedback - and receive feedback from your manager too!
- The essential skill of having a great 1-on-1 meeting with your direct report
With new understanding of why these concepts are important for leaders you'll be on the right track to achieving your business goals. He will also share where you can access these tools and use them as you wish.
And as always, there will be time for live Q&A, with your questions put to Mark.
About Mark Greaney
Mark Greaney teaches leadership tools for practical people. A highly regarded corporate trainer, Mark is fixated on making learning positive, safe and lasting. He is expert at creating environments where learning sticks.
Mark works with organisations that are committed to developing their people. Over more than a decade as an independent trainer, Mark, and his team of facilitators, has worked at all levels across corporate and government departments.
Providing tailored training solutions to meet a wide range of needs and environments, his clients currently include: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, NZ Police, Fletcher Building, Fonterra and Sanford.
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This is a free webinar, however registration is essential. Please register below.
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