LDC, Level 13, Prime Property Tower, 88 Lambton Quay, Wellington
The public sector needs diverse and high-performing teams that can create new and innovative solutions to respond to today’s complex challenges. But, how do you proactively manage the friction that can occur in diverse teams? Facilitator Paul Pringle will help you not only recognise conflict within yourself and between others but use it to build courage and creativity in your teams. Find out how to create an environment where your team is prepared to trial (and error) safely.
Whatever your role – leader, parent, partner, colleague, or friend – conflict can help you understand what you really think and feel, and what you really want. This self-awareness and clarity of focus can greatly enhance your success as a leader.
Come to this Learning Lab and explore key concepts for approaching conflict. Paul’s five-factor model will help you recognise, address, resolve or lean into conflict. You’ll also get practical tools that are easy to learn and use.
Paul is the Managing Director of Infinite Group, a provider of strategic HR consultancy services, elite executive coaching and facilitation, and leadership programme design and delivery for senior professionals. Paul’s varied, in-depth HR experience has given him a unique insight into the factors that determine elite performance for an individual or team. He holds degrees in law, commerce, career development and psychology, and brings 15 years of HR experience from private practice employment law, in-house HR consulting, outdoor experiential leadership development, and elite performance psychology. Find out more.
This event is free for all LDC members. Numbers limited to 50, so book early to avoid disappointment. Register above.
Non-LDC members are welcome to attend, with a fee of $50 + GST. Please email email@example.com to register.
If you are unable to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 22 November 2018, so that we may offer your place to a wait-listed person.
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