Breakfast Event: Developing Positive Leaders
Breakfast Event: Developing Positive LeadersDavid Miller
A Case Study with Schneider Electric
Around the world, smart organisations are achieving organisational improvement and business benefits by equipping their leaders with the capabilities to create a positive culture.
Sue Langley (CEO, Langley Group) and Scott Nell (Senior Manager for Organisational Development and Talent, Schneider Electric) share the multinational energy management specialist’s story and unpack the science behind their innovative approach to leadership development.
This thought-provoking and practical session shows how the latest research in positive psychology, emotional intelligence and neuroscience can inform effective interventions and the steps organisations take to develop leaders who can create a more positive and engaging workplace. We will explore a framework for developing positive leaders, showcase the results Schneider is achieving and provide guidelines for designing similar initiatives.
If you want to learn how to engage a diverse workforce, drive business performance and generate exceptional and sustainable results, this is a unique opportunity that you and your colleagues will want to attend.
$89.00 + GST per person. Group bookings and discounts available.
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MELBOURNE: 3 November » Book now
Time: 7:00am for 7:30am Start – 10:00am
Venue: The Hotel Windsor, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne
“Smart organisations build positive leaders – positive leaders build smart organisations.” — Sue Langley
is a master trainer, researcher and leading expert in positive psychology, neuroscience and emotional intelligence. A dynamic, inspiring speaker, Sue’s gift is synthesising science into simple, practical tools to help people and organisations thrive. CEO of the Langley Group, Sue has a Master in Neuroscience of Leadership, and has been a featured expert in the hit ABC TV series Redesign My Brain.
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is Senior Manager for OD and Talent at Schneider Electric, a global energy management specialist. He is responsible for building the talent management strategy and pipeline in the Pacific Zone in line with global strategy. His work includes designing and developing accelerated leadership development programs and providing input on strategic workforce planning, employee engagement, diversity and mobility.
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