Today we held a new one day workshop: ‘Reflective Leadership – The Cornerstone for senior leaders’ which provided participants a start towards a greater balance between being and doing – recognising the value of more reflective time to help guide complex decisions and challenges.
The aims and objectives of the workshop were:
- To examine a range of reflective leadership practices and why they are so important in today’s world
- To understand ‘being’ vs ‘doing’ and have an experience of ‘being’
- To have some practical ideas on how to enter into the space of “being” in the workplace
- To give Senior Leaders the space to think and review their own reflective leadership practices
Facilitator: Beth Ogilvie-KingWith an initial grounding in financial services, Beth has spent the past 10 years working with a wide variety of organisations in multiple industries and helping leadership teams and boards address the challenges and opportunities presented to them. In particular she is experienced in executive team effectiveness, leadership development, organisation design, communications and engagement, designing and executing strategic change, and culture transformation.
Beth is an experienced organisation development consultant with a deep interest in helping organisations grow and deliver through a combination of business process and strategy improvements, coupled with a mobilisation of people, leadership and culture. She is passionate about leveraging the power of human resource, developing the right environment across strategy, leadership, structure, process and policy to help individuals flourish and become fully engaged to deliver discretionary effort.
Feedback about the workshop include that the content was ‘very refreshing and interesting’ and that ‘the content was completely relevant and helpful and also easily applied in practice’.