21st April 2022, 5:00pm to 6:30pm BST
For the current series of Business Circles, we’re addressing “Leadership Essentials” as identified below. The objective is to share views, attitudes, leadership theory, practice, and experiences in order to establish improved/enhanced models for the most effective form(s) of Leadership.
From all the Circles to date, considerable and valuable insight has been gained from our discussions and conclusions over the last year or so but instead of them being of an open-ended format going forward, we’re now introducing a more formal and structured format for each Circle. It’s felt that this will provide more detailed insight about the specific topics concerned and open up new perspectives to implement within our respective organisations and in any training we may be involved with.
Within each topic, skills, attributes, experience, and behaviours naturally play their part and we can consider the pragmatic, emotional intelligence, ethical issues and many other aspects that have a role in creating the most productive and person-centered working environments.
In our last sessions, we looked at elements of Shared Leadership and Resilience. Our next session will focus on Creating Positive Discretionary Effort.
For those unable to attend the last Circle, we can provide a summary for you prior to the next one.
A detailed format for the Circle on 21st April will be sent out a week beforehand.
Spaces are LIMITED for this session; first come, first served. Please note that all sessions are held on Zoom – we advise that you ensure your Zoom application, whether on desktop, browser, or mobile device, is the most current version. Please see Zoom Updates for more details.
This event is for anyone who’d like to share their experiences of Leadership, whether as a Leader, a Leadership Trainer or as one who has observations to make of their Leaders.
Anton is a former Senior Director/CEO with a 30-year career in the printing, paper and board industry. He was actively involved in promoting the expanding awareness and growth in the use of recycled printed paper and board products from the mid-1970’s onwards.
Since retiring, he’s become a self-employed Business Coach; initially advising start-up businesses and social enterprises and, more recently, as a Leadership Support, Mentoring and Training specialist. He engaged with IofC United Kingdom as a partner consultant in January 2019.