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Join Martina Doherty in an insightful workshop challenging conventional leadership norms. Explore the significance of human leadership, debunk myths, and acquire practical strategies for fostering inclusive cultures.
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In the corporate world, it is often the loud, boisterous and perpetually busy types who garner attention, get promoted and who serve as role models for the younger generations. Yet research shows these qualities have nothing to do with effective leadership. A March 2022 Gartner survey identified human leadership as the next evolution of leadership, with 90% of HR leaders believing that leaders must have a more humane focus to succeed in today’s work environment; another Gartner survey from the same period found that just 29% of employees think their leader is a human leader. So, what is human leadership and why is it important? Join us in this interactive session to learn why human leadership is essential in today’s workplace and what it looks like in practice.
Debunk common myths about leadership and understand what a human-centric approach to leadership involves
Gain insights into the impact of human leadership on individuals, teams and organisations and how it enables more inclusive cultures
Discover practical strategies to put human leadership into practice
Martina Doherty is a business psychologist, cultural change expert and accredited leadership coach who works with leaders and global organisations across the finance sector to create high-performing workplaces. Prior to this she had a 20+ year career in PR and communications working with senior leaders in blue-chip, start-up and scale-up companies in Finance and Tech.Martina holds an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology from the University of East London. All her training, education and coaching work is grounded in the principles of positive psychology - the science behind how and why people feel good and function well. Rather than focusing on solving problems, positive psychology emphasises “what’s strong” in individuals and across organisations - a methodology proven to help individuals and leaders tap into their strengths and the positive dynamics within their teams to create better and more productive working environments.Martina is a member of and accredited by the European Coaching and Mentoring Council (EMCC). She also holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Galway, Ireland and Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Practice from the University of Galway. She has featured in Forbes and TheHRDirector.com.