Curiosity vs Control
Have you ever considered how enjoyable work would be if you removed judgements made on limited information and/or inaccurate views?
How would being curious and seeking to truly understand someone improve the employee experience?
This workshop enables you to understand how you perceive your world in a fun and engaging way. We will explore this in a safe and enjoyable manner so that you understand how you may make inaccurate judgements at times. We will continue this experience by enabling you to understand the benefits of curiosity. Finally, we will complete an exercise that will help you develop your curiosity skills.
This will be achieved with the following sections:
- Knowing You Exercise
- The Benefits of Being More Curious
- Develop Your Curiosity
Wendy McCartney is a calm, confident and capable HR Director that respects each client’s individual view to ensure she can deliver a return on their investment. Over a decade in senior roles in large corporate organisations such as Accenture, Barclays Bank, Cisco and Ingram Micro.
Wendy has developed her skills further by studying an MSc in Human Resource Management, a Coaching Diploma, Values Based Leadership, NLP Master Practitioner and Hypnosis. Wendy is currently in her final year studying psychology and her research in curiosity has help her understand how people can develop this skill. The combination of her strong academic background, senior roles, experience of coaching leadership allows her to deliver strong results for her clients.
4.00pm - Networking & Refreshments
4.30pm - Speaker Wendy McCartney
Parking at Venue: Snow hill Livery Street Birmingham B3 2BJ
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