Influencing and Collaboration
Type: Business Growth
Date: Wednesday, 17 August 2022
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Available To: Members and Non Members
Speaker: David Chabeaux
Member Price: FREE
Non-Member Price: FREE
Leaders of Change Workshops: Influencing and Collaboration
Location: The Bridge Skills Hub, Worksop, S80 1DT
Working together effectively is what collaborating and influencing is all about.
Yet that can be pretty tough though, in this complex world we live and work in. It requires us to be skilled in the nuances of managing inputs, agendas and attitudes from multiple sources.
Effective collaboration requires the ability to influence others to see things differently or open up to alternative courses of action. And although we associate influence with power, you don’t need to be a leader to have power or to be able to influence others.
- Significant decrease in ‘silo’ mentality and increase in cross-team collaboration
- Higher levels of empathy across the organisation
- Employees who model effective attitudes and influence others positively as ‘champions’
Individual learning outcomes
As a result of participating in this process, attendees will learn to:
- Raise understanding of others’ needs and styles and self awareness of potential impact on others
- Learn ways to to communicate constructively and with empathy
- Consider ways to bring to life their individual values in engagement with others
- Expand their circle of influence through collaboration mapping
- Understand how to move from transactional influence to character-based influence
Who should attend
The course is for any manager or staff member working for or with an SME in the following areas:
- Derbyshire Dales and the High Peak
- Bassetlaw, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood
- Nottingham City
- Leicester City
This workshop is also designed for anyone who would answer "yes" to the following questions:
- Would you like to cultivate a personal and team culture of high trust, creativity and inspiration?
- Is delivering consistently great results important to you and your organisation?
- Would becoming a true ‘trusted advisor’ to your clients, friends and family be of value?
- Would you like to be provoked into thinking about what really matters to you and to others?
- Is increasing your influence and collaboration with others important to you?
- Would you like to minimise conflict and learn to assert yourself in a more effective way?
About the speaker
Derby born David Chabeaux is an internationally renowned innovator, performer and cultural change specialist and “a spark that ignites the fires of positive change” in people, organisations and communities worldwide. Known for the “highly creative, inspiring, provocative, often funny and slightly irreverent” way he promotes permission and possibility in people - and drawing on unique insights from living and leading creativity, performance and change every day for over twenty five years - David builds an “emotional glue” that transforms good cultures into great cultures. For nearly two decades he has worked with many of the world’s most influential leaders, brands, organisations and institutions, delivering world-class results around organisational, cultural and social change. He also worked for global change guru Stephen R Covey (author of seminal book The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People). Some of the clients David has collaborated with worldwide include Cisco Systems, Sky TV, Jaguar Land Rover, Animals Asia, EasyJet, IRC Water, Coca Cola, IBM and Arts Council England. As a professional actor, David has appeared in the main cast of a number of hit global films and TV shows including Peaky Blinders (BBC1/Netflix), Bulletproof (Sky Atlantic), Red Rose (Netflix), Hollyoaks (Channel 4) and Bollywood feature film Gold
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East Midlands Accelerator is part-funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.
The UK Community Renewal Fund is a UK Government programme for 2021/22. This aims to support people and communities most in need across the UK to pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare for the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. It invests in skills, community and place, local business, and supporting people into employment. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-community-renewal-fund- prospectus