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Following on from the launch of our ICBE Skillnet Sustainable Leader Research, we are delighted to invite you to
this free interactive session
Aimed at those in Leadership Roles + those interested in Developing Leaders
Develop As A Leader People Choose to Follow
in-person session with Peter Nolan, Franklin Covey
Venue: The Inn at Dromoland Date: Tuesday, March 7th
10am – 10:30am: Welcome/Reception/Networking
10:30 – 12:15: Develop as a Leader people choose to follow in an era of Quiet Quitting
In an era of Quiet Quitting and Hybrid Working - people leaders are constantly faced with the challenges of engagement and productivity
Although these terms may be new, the principles that will help you improve employee contribution are timeless
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Places are limited
Register today to help you & your leaders learn how to bring the mindset and behaviours they need
to inspire their teams and deliver exceptional results
Please feel free to share this invite with your colleagues in Leadership Roles
This free session will highlight:
- Quiet Quitting beliefs and how it is influencing your organisation
- Leadership mindsets that drive engagement
- Whole-person approaches that develop leaders people choose to follow even during times of difficulty and change
- Transformational 1-on-1 and coaching frameworks that cultivate meaning, purpose, and a sense of contribution
Facilitator: Peter Nolan, FranklinCovey Ireland
With 25 years’ experience as a business leader, mentor, coach, consultant and presenter, Peter brings incredible expertise and infectious energy to every interaction, driven by a passion for equal parts personal growth and sustainable bottom line results.
He works with the belief that making a person feel truly seen is the first step towards delivering solutions that make an impact, on both the individual and organisation and he understands the need to uncover the perspectives, possibilities and imperfections in others in order to unlock their inherent, unique potential.
Peter is experienced in the complexities of today’s competitive business environment, and uses a pragmatic approach to challenge clients about what they truly want to achieve.
In addition to his work with FranklinCovey, Peter finds fulfilment in his work as a volunteer with the GAA where he designs and delivers workshops as a Leadership Associate and currently advises a senior inter county football team as a Performance Coach and Culture Champion.