Our preconcieved and under-the-radar notions of gender, identity, race or other social stereotypes impacts the way we hire, the way we lead, the way we influence others.
During this 2-hour breakfast, we'll be exploring how to recognise and overcome our biases, and how to help those we influence to follow suit.
THURSDAY 19TH OCTOBER | 08.30 - 10.45
Engagement is too often only spoken about once a year, when the annual survey comes around, but real engagement happens everyday, in the subtlest of ways.
During this Breakfast we'll explore the mindset, behaviours and habits required to bring people with you, wherever you're going.
Leading In Uncertain Times
THURSDAY 13TH JULY | 08.30 - 10.45
Whilst the future has never been written, we have rarely faced such uncertainty. Geopolitical events and the iconoclastic rapaciousness of technology have conspired to ensure that change is happening faster, in more unexpected ways, than ever before.
For many of us this can be disconcerting - and how we handle uncertainty has become a critical factor in our success.
This Breakfast of Change is an opportunity to explore how we can better navigate uncertain seas. We'll be examining pragmatic steps we can take to help us stay focused on our north star, whatever way the wind blows.
Leading By Heart
THURSDAY 6TH APRIL 2017 | 08:30-10:30
How many of us hang up our heart on the way into work and glide through our days in an emotion-free bubble?
In the fast-paced, transactional world of work we can sometimes forget that the people we interact with are human beings and have the same fundamental need to feel valued and recognised as we do.
Speakeasy: Inspiring Women at Work
WEDNESDAY 8TH MARCH 2017 | 08:30-10:30
On International Women’s Day we invite you to the first in a series of a brand new women's network. Having received rave reviews when it was rolled out last year for a large FTSE 100 organisation, it's now time to open the network to the rest of the world.
Personal Leadership: Resilience and Performance
TUESDAY 21ST FEBRUARY 09:30 - 13:00
With lives deluged by complex demands – both at home and at work – many of us report feeling close to burnout at times. So how can we ensure that we balance our personal resources and sustain our resilience in order to perform at our best?
Resilience and Performance
THURSDAY 12TH JANUARY 2017 | 08.30 - 10.45
With lives deluged by complex demands – both at home and at work – many of us report feeling close to burnout at times.
Strengthening our resilience drives how well we do what we do, as well as how much we enjoy it, enabling greater happiness, effectiveness and success.
This quarter’s Breakfast of Change invites attendees to explore how we can embed new habits to help us maintain balance in the storm.
TUESDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2016 | 09.30 - 13.00
Building our confidence and competence in terms of how we deliver difficult messages multiplies our effectiveness – personally, professionally and organisationally – and enables us to build lasting relationships based on trust.
Influencing Without Power
TUESDAY 18TH OCTOBER 2016 | 08.30 - 10.30
In today's matrixed organisations our ability to influence has never been more important. But how do we hold sway when we don't hold the power?
Join us for this breakfast meeting where we invite you to explore how we can make our voice heard, whatever direction it’s coming from.
THURSDAY 14TH JULY 2016
08:30 - 10:45
How do some teams fly and others feel like trudging through mud? How do we create cultures in which people feel safe to speak out, to share and receive insights without fear of repercussion? This Breakfast of Change will focus on this and more.
Changing the Conversation
THURSDAY 28TH APRIL 2016
08:30 - 10:45
This quarter we're focusing on how we can create positive cultural shift by enabling and encouraging more courageous conversations.
Register on the right for more details.
Making Meetings Matter
TUESDAY 20TH JANUARY 2016
08.30 - 10.30
Our inaugural Breakfast of Change focuses on how we can drive change through the meeting forums of of our organisations. How can we elevate the much maligned meeting into something altogether more meaningful?