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This virtually facilitated process speaks to the human need for connection, care and community in challenging times. This program brings leaders together; you will be expertly guided through a process that focuses on helping you rise to the challenges you face.
In the first session, you will get to the heart of issues in the ‘here and now’ by discovering dilemmas and pain points. You will take time for reflection and share ideas, drawing on the collective intelligence of the group. You will leave the final session with a clear understanding of what is in your control and how you can act immediately. You will also be able to adopt the approaches you have learnt to help overcome future dilemmas and challenges.
Enhanced employee communications, knowledge management, well-being checks, team-based activities... even virtual happy hours. HR and learning professionals can be a lifeline in these times of uncertainty. Helping the team stay informed and motivated, developing new skills, boosting resilience, and ensuring well-being.View more
The benefits of teamwork are well known! Working in any team can be challenging at times, but when you add in remote/distributed team members that span global cultural boundaries, then it might seem overwhelming to build a high performing team. The Distributed Team Effectiveness Program will support you to build your knowledge and skills through proven methodologies and frameworks as well as practical application.View more
Get an overview of our ‘Wellbeing’ Hub playlist... Wellbeing refers to our own thoughts and feelings about our quality of life. If we have a positive sense of wellbeing, we feel comfortable, healthy and happy. At work, this makes us more creative, more productive and more satisfied with our achievements.View more
For almost 80 years, we have understood the motivating power of a sense of belonging. In 1943, Abraham Maslow posited that people were motivated by an ascending hierarchy of needs. Once our physiological and safety needs are met, the next most basic need has to do with what Maslow called love and belonging. In line with Maslow’s research, continuing studies show that when people feel a sense of belonging, they are more productive, motivated and engaged. The challenge for any organization is how to address individual behaviors that inhibit belonging and how to develop behaviors that support that sense of belonging. Hemsley Fraser can help your teams and employees understand their role in building a workplace in which everyone feels that sense of belonging and in which the importance of valuing the unique contributions of each individual is clearly articulated. We know you choose to do this because it’s the right thing to do, but we also help you articulate the sound business reasons for these actions.View more
What’s the connection between Netflix and blended learning? At first glance, the US entertainment company which streams online movies and TV shows have little to do with corporate training. But it’s all about expectations. We live in an on-demand world, where the things we want are just a click away. And learning has to follow suit.View more
People describe resilience in many different ways: as ‘mental toughness’, ‘emotional stability’, ‘grit’ or ‘perseverance’. Perhaps more helpfully, we can think of resilience as the capacity to respond effectively to pressure and ‘bounce back’ from difficult situations - our levels of resilience determine how quickly we return to a state of equilibrium and become functional again. The way we behave in our response to certain events - whether we bounce back or spiral downwards - will depend on how we perceive and interpret the situation. When we’re positive and confident, we feel in control. But if our positivity and confidence are damaged, the situation we’re facing can suddenly seem insurmountable, creating feelings of helplessness, anger or anxiety.View more