Strengths-Based Leadership - Bringing Your Best, More Often
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 at 10:30 - Thursday, 13 July 2017 at 15:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
- You - leading others, at your most brilliant
- You - telling your best every-day stories
- You - appreciating your greatest strengths
- You - using those strengths - to transform
Many of the “leaders” I work with often have a sense of the impact they have when they are “at their best”, and yet somehow don’t feel able to bring these “strengths” more of the time.
They focus on problems - developing compelling stories of all the things that are missing, wrong, broken, not working and need fixing - sometimes including their behaviour.
My questions are these….
- WHAT IF - you were to lean into these “problems”, fully express them, then re-frame them, and focus on what you want to grow more of, and not have less of?
- WHAT IF - you had an “appreciative eye” in spotting the “micro-moments of strength” that already exist in your behaviour - that ARE what you say you want more of, more of the time?
- WHAT IF - you root-caused “your best moments”, and used these roots, to stretch your strengths at work?
So if right now you’d value some leadership space, then please bring your problems to re-frame, and let’s tap into your every-day stories of your own leadership strengths, and use the insights to build further capacity - in both you, and others.
As numbers are limited on this programme we have in place a cancellation policy. Full refunds will be given for cancellations made before 31st May (6 weeks before event). No refunds can be given after 31st May. The option to carry forward your ticket to a future event wil be given consideration.
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Steve Holliday, Lacerta Consulting Services Ltd
Steve is a Leadership Coach & Organisational Change Specialist, and joined Lacerta Consulting as a Co-Director in January 2016, after a 27-year career spanning Manufacturing (Pharma & Healthcare) and Power Generation (Wind, Power Stations, Manufacturing.
He's worked in many roles from shop floor to boardroom, working across Europe, in Operations, Safety & Health, and then as an internal Leadership Coach and Culture Change Specialist - at all levels of organisations, in different cultures and countries, developing cultures of ethical leadership, safety and service. These things are inherently connected - being based on the same deep care needed for each other as human beings (not human “doings”, resources or “contracts”).
What he believes most when it comes to successful organisations, is that “relationships are everything”. The quality of how leaders and teams build relationships and have conversations, makes a real difference to patterns of behaviour that then influence business results. It’s his job to bring them together at all levels, to have powerful conversations, and help them shape the cultural patterns needed.
He holds an MSc in Organisational Change, gained in 2011 at Ashridge Business School.