Free “Directors Lunch, including panel discussion and workshop focusing on Workplace Stress” in the Midlands
Learning and development firm Dale Carnegie will be hosting a half day seminar, workshop and lunch for senior business leaders on Friday 17 November. The complimentary session, called Get People, Keep People, will be held at The National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull, and will feature a diverse panel of senior experts from across various industries, including Leatham Green (Transformation Director at Oracle), Charlotte Johns (Global Talent lead at Eilda Unilever), in an event not to be missed.
Those in attendance will hear thought-leading insights on how to understand stress in our teams, manage and understand the signs of personal stress as a senior leader, and also take part in an engaging and inspiring session to help individuals leverage outstanding communications, learn how to manage different personalities and how to use time-tested human relations to reduce stress in the workplace. All this with the opportunity to collaborate with other leaders. Get People, Keep People, is a must attend session for leaders looking to better empathise with and understand their people, to achieve outstanding results.
“We’ve seen a huge increase in workplace stress, and it’s more important than ever, as leaders, to equip ourselves with the necessary skills to acknowledge our own challenges and find the tools to support our people. In order to make our organisations successful, increase efficiency, productivity and engagement. It’s vital that we not only hire the right people, but we must keep them. Our sessions can help you do just that” says Andy Collings, Chief Executive of Dale Carnegie Central England. “Dale Carnegie wrote the book, How to Win Friends and Influence People over 100 years ago and since then we’ve been running sessions and courses just like this, we’re proud that all our attendees see positive change in their personal and professional lives. We all have it in us, but sometimes we just need a hand to remind ourselves of the skills we have and feel empowered to use them. This will be a great session, rich with ideas and tools as well as a great opportunity to network with peers facing the same challenges””.
The free to attend session will have an interactive format, allowing attendees to engage in discussion with a panel of top leaders as well as enjoy a 45-minute highly engaging session delivered by one of the Dale Carnegie training team, giving attendees a taste of the Dale Carnegie principles. Guests will leave the day inspired, armed with new tools and new contacts from across the industry. To top it off, there’ll also be the opportunity for a tour of the National Motorcycle Museum when the session ends.
Get People, Keep People: A Dale Carnegie & Directors Insight into Workplace Stress is specifically designed as a forum to access the latest thinking on overcoming workplace stress.
To attend the event, please register for your complimentary ticket:
Get People, Keep People: A Dale Carnegie & Directors Insight into Workplace Stress
Friday 17 November
The National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road Hampton in Arden B92 0EJ
11.00 Reception drinks meet and greet
11.30 Panel discussion (panellists TBC)
12.15 Dale Carnegie session
2.00 Wrap up
2.30 Optional tour of museum
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