Leadership is all in the Mind: Insight for Effective Leaders
No successful organisation would be where it is today without effective leadership. Excellent leadership can permeate all levels of an organisation to assure the smooth functioning of individual teams, on their own and together.
Effective leadership is one of the primary drivers for growth, development and innovation. But what does it take to be a good leader?
We use neuroscience to explain what happens in our minds when we are leading a team or are part of a team. We use The Chimp Model to demonstrate why sometimes we know the qualities we want to have as a leader, but our emotional thinking brain can hijack us with unhelpful thought patterns and behaviours, which get in the way of being the leader we want to be. We examine what the consequences of this can be for the team.
This interactive and engaging session will use The Chimp Model to understand the difference between efficient and effective leadership and how to be the leader you want to be. We also explore imposter syndrome, why it exists and the possible consequences when it goes unmanaged. We will highlight the potential benefits when imposter syndrome is managed effectively and explore ways to manage it.
Delegates will learn skills and techniques from The Chimp Model to help them to turn efficient leadership into effective leadership to apply to their professional and personal lives.
This session will help delegates to:
- Understand the difference between efficient and effective leadership
- Consider the wants and the needs of employees or team members
- Understand the basis and implications of imposter syndrome
By the end of this session delegates will know how to:
- Turn efficient leadership into effective leadership
- Manage the wants and the needs of employees and team members
- Remove imposter syndrome in self and others
Explore the difference between efficient and effective leadership
Consider the wants and the needs of team members
Understand the basis and implications of imposter syndrome as a leader