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Mridula Sankhyayan: LinkedIn>>

Leading with Emotional Intelligence and Building Resilience

This workshop is aimed at providing concepts, tools and strategies to enhance your emotional intelligence quotient and help you to

  • Develop trusting relationships (clients and teams)
  • Manage and navigate change
  • Be resilient

The session is designed to help you

  • Appreciate the relevance and business case for EI at workplace
  • Hone EI skills to influence and manage difficult conversations
  • Hone EI skills to navigate change and build resilience
Event Date
Fri 18 Aug 2017
2:00 PM
Event End Date
Fri 18 Aug 2017
6:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Cut off date
Fri 18 Aug 2017
12:00 AM
Country India
Venue JW Marriott Hotel Bengaluru
Delivered by Mridula Sankhyayan of Vatt Vriksh Consultants
Audience Middle, Senior, C-Suite, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Em Roblin: LinkedIn >>

Let's do more to bring meaningful learning to the women in our organizations in China. This afternoon session will be an incredible opportunity for female committee members of their organizations women’s employee resource group (ERG) to sit together, share ideas and reflect on how they can have a bigger impact across their organization. Participants from organizations representing a cross section of industries will learn what others are doing and spotlight the initiatives they’re most proud of. While we’ll focus on the China context, we’ll also look at what leading global companies are doing and how they’re leveraging ERGs to inform business strategy. Led by Em Roblin, founder of Circles2, a firm that designs and delivers programs to increase the individual and organizational impacts of women, participants will actively engage in meaningful discussion and walk out the door with new friendships and new ideas. The session will be delivered in English, with Chinese encouraged in discussions and activities.

Workshop Flow:
1:30-2:00 Registration and Arrival
2:00-4:30 Interactive, Hands-On Workshop for Women ERG heads
4:30-6:00 Insights Sharing and Discussion 

Event Date
Wed 30 Aug 2017
2:00 PM
Event End Date
Wed 30 Aug 2017
6:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country China
Venue Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast
Delivered by Em Roblin | Circles2
Audience General, Senior, C-Suite, Beginner, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Kikue Yamamoto: LinkedIn >>

Do you want to know what’s on your Japanese counterpart’s head? Do you wish you could read their non-verbacl tips? Are you comfortable in communiating with Japanese in English? How do you know if they understood you? Do you have confidence in communicating with Japanese? 

You will learn tips and tactics to solve the challengies higlighted above.

 

Note:
The Workshop will be held in September. The finalised date will be updated in due course.

Event Date
Fri 1 Sep 2017
12:00 AM
Event End Date
Fri 1 Sep 2017
12:00 AM
Registration Start Date
Fri 2 Jun 2017
12:00 AM
Country Japan
Venue TBC (Japan)
Delivered by Kikue Yamamoto | Office Yamamoto Ltd.
Audience General

Heather Price: LinkedIn>>

Psychological Safety is defined as a person’s willingness to take risks to speak up in their team – to propose a new idea or challenge an existing standard. This is the essence of diversity of thinking – and without psychological safety, true diversity of thinking does not exist in the team.

Research has shown that where psychological safety exists, teams deliver better collaboration, performance and innovation.

Therefore, creating a psychologically safe environment is essential for achieving inclusion and innovation. In this workshop, participants will learn:

  • What Psychological Safety is
  • How it contributes to team learning, collaboration and performance
  • What indicates the presence/lack of psych safety
  • Tools and techniques for leaders and team members to apply to embed high levels of psychological safety in their team (take home tools will be provided)
Event Date
Fri 1 Sep 2017
9:00 AM
Event End Date
Fri 1 Sep 2017
1:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country Hong Kong
Venue Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong
Delivered by Heather Price | Symmetra
Audience Senior, C-Suite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Em Roblin: LinkedIn >>

Modern life presents many challenges for women. Along with pressure to succeed in career, many face huge expectations in their home life too. Striving to balance these demands can make a woman feel stuck, even while she knows she’s capable of so much more. We’re so busy working so hard, we rarely have time to align our work priorities, let alone our life priorities. In 2016, Community Business organized a DIAN professional development series workshop on how leading organizations are redefining the way they look at work to optimize the happiness, health and engagement of their employees. Back by popular demand, Em Roblin, the founder of Circles2, a firm that designs and delivers programs to increase the individual and organizational impacts of women, will shift the focus to the individual, to what you can do to feel more in control of your life balance. Come prepared to reflect and share, not only about your work, but about your life. Because afterall, life includes work. And when apply the right attitude and an honest effort across all of things important to you, you’re career will thrive too.

 

Note:
The Workshop will be held in September. The finalised date will be updated in due course.

Event Date
Fri 1 Sep 2017
2:00 PM
Event End Date
Fri 1 Sep 2017
6:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country China
Venue Courtyard by Marriott Shanghai Central
Delivered by Em Roblin | Circles2
Audience General, Senior, C-Suite, Beginner, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Jill Sheldekar: LinkedIn>>

Leveraging Diverse Styles with the GlobeSmart Profile gives participants access to a best-in-class style survey, the GlobeSmart Profile. After gaining familiarity with the tool and its profile, time will be spent on building specific strategies to maximize its use during a Diversity & Inclusion and/or Teambuilding dialogue.

Through the Workshop, you can

  • Develop a working understanding of the GlobeSmart Profile and the GlobeSmart Dimensions of Culture
  • Understand the key features and resources within the GlobeSmat tool
  • Be able to effectively utilize the results of the GlobeSmart Profile in order to maximize the efficacy of a Diversity & Inclusion Dialogue and/or Teambuilding
Event Date
Tue 5 Sep 2017
2:00 PM
Event End Date
Tue 5 Sep 2017
6:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country India
Venue Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
Delivered by Jill Sheldekar | Aperian Global
Audience Junior, Middle, Senior, Beginner, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Dr. Tanvi Gautam: LinkedIn>>

The only way we will have a meaningful career and leadership journey is if we stop looking at external parameters of leadership and create internal markers of success. However, many women are so busy playing roles of employees, wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend that they lose touch with what matters to them. In this session we learn to identify the barriers that exist in stepping into our power and and manage the voices that hold us back. We then finish with a tangible outcome of crafting our personal brand statement that reflects who we are and who we can be. 

Event Date
Thu 7 Sep 2017
9:00 AM
Event End Date
Thu 7 Sep 2017
1:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country Singapore
Venue JW Marriott Southbeach Hotel
Delivered by Dr. Tanvi Gautam | Leadershift Inc
Audience Women, Middle, Senior, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Tony Dickel: LinkedIn>>

This experiential session draws on practices from Potential Project's “Corporate Based Mindfulness Training” programs that combine the latest neuroscience research, contemplative psychology and modern business practices to give you tools and moves you need to be more effective and successful at work and in life; whilst at the same time cultivating resilience, stress management and emotional/ mental balance.

 

Note: Please be noted that the workshop is scheduled to the last week of September. This page will be updated once the date is confirmed. 

Event Date
Tue 26 Sep 2017
2:00 PM
Event End Date
Wed 27 Sep 2017
6:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Cut off date
Sat 30 Sep 2017
12:00 AM
Country Hong Kong
Venue Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong
Delivered by Tony Dickel | The Potential Project
Audience General, Junior, Middle, Senior, C-Suite, Beginner, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Gulnar Vaswani: LinkedIn >>

As organizations bring cultures together in the workplace, there is often an imbalance between creating a cohesive workforce identity and respecting differences. When it comes to 21st Century leadership in culturally diverse, change- filled, and complex contexts, our ability to navigate these intercultural differences is key.

Globalization has catapulted people from different cultures into shared physical and virtual spaces in homes, relationships, schools, neighborhoods, and workplaces, resulting in new forms of misunderstanding and conflict. Evidence suggests that the ways we resolve conflict differ greatly across cultures and social groups. Whatever issue sparks the conflict, the methods we use for resolving it frequently make the problem even more problematic. Organizations value the idea of collaboration, but aspiration and reality are often far apart. Having people work together across physical, psychological, and cultural distance presents both challenges and opportunities to facilitate human connection and understanding.

Think of this workshop as intercultural strength training with fast-paced core exercises and activities that are designed to improve intercultural effectiveness and support the characteristics of cultural agility. Topics will include emotional intelligence, cultural patterns of thinking and behavior, styles of communication, assumption and values, and cultural adaptability.

We will examine the impact of intercultural communication on our perceptions, attitudes, and values; how we judge others by the way they speak or behave; how we each can contribute to better understanding and reduced conflict among people of different cultures.

Above all, you will have the opportunity to examine your own deep cultural programming and identify strategies to enhance intercultural effectiveness and truly embed inclusion within your organization.

Note:
The Workshop will be held in October. The finalised date will be updated in due course.

Event Date
Sun 1 Oct 2017
12:00 AM
Event End Date
Tue 31 Oct 2017
12:00 AM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country Hong Kong
Venue Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong
Delivered by Gulnar Vaswani | Your Best Forward International
Audience General, Middle, Senior, C-Suite, D and I/HR Professional, Business leaders

Susanna Nickalls: LinkedIn>>

Based on the framework set out by the recent Tripartite Advisory on Managing Workplace Harassment, which recommends that all companies train their staff in this area, this workshop on Managing Workplace Harassment and Being an Empathetic Manager will help managers to understand the fundamentals of recognising and avoiding workplace harassment – including sexual harassment and corporate bullying.

Interactive in nature, this workshop will give participants an understanding and awareness of harassment, including learning to recognise and respond to it on an individual and organisational level. They will learn to set boundaries in an assertive yet diplomatic manner should they experience harassment, and to avoid behaviour which may be construed as harassment.

The workshop will also equip managers with the knowledge of how to handle a complaint through fair, sensitive investigations, including providing tools and techniques for dealing with incidents of workplace harassment calmly and empathetically. By developing nurturing, compassionate and effective managers in your organisation, you can create supportive working environments where employees feel that their safety and concerns are valued.       

Catalyse Consulting is a business unit of the Association of Women for Action and Research. Our work to create safe and inclusive work spaces supports the programmes of AWARE.

Event Date
Tue 3 Oct 2017
2:00 PM
Event End Date
Tue 3 Oct 2017
6:00 PM
Registration Start Date
Sun 1 Jan 2017
12:00 AM
Country Singapore
Venue TBC (Singapore)
Delivered by Susanna Nickalls | Catalyse Consulting
Audience General, Middle, Senior

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