Leading through the Coronavirus pandemic presents a unique challenge for leaders. Sustaining performance and leading wellbeing is crucial. Building leadership resilience at this time will be a key differentiator for leaders and managers. Resilient leadership is a key enabler of wellbeing in the workplace.
FREE SESSION APRIL 17th, 10am – 10.30am GMT
In a landscape of high stress, employee vulnerability, global uncertainty and remote teams how do you lead with resilience? During this building leadership resilience session we’ll provide key strategies and top resilience tips. We’ll signpost you to resources to help you to lead effectively. We’ll discuss how to manage wellbeing and sustain performance over what may well be one of the most challenging periods of your career as a leader. Resilience is a critical characteristic of high performing leaders. We’ll take a look at how you can cultivate it, helping your people to thrive and advance at the same time.
You’ll get insights from the latest in performance psychology along with tips on how to navigate the pressures that all businesses are currently faced with. We’ll take a look at data demonstrating how resilient leaders are viewed more positively in organisations – along with how you can build your resilience in a high pressure environment.
Self leadership and resilience is a skill that can be developed. In this session we’ll talk about evidence based strategies. The neuroscience of resilience along with how to lead from the heart from a whole person perspective. You don’t (and can’t) leave yourself at home when you leave for work. Leadership resilience and authenticity go hand in hand. That’s what is needed now to support high performing teams through challenging times.
Discover how to build your own resilience and optimise your performance under challenging conditions. Learn how to support yourself and your team throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. You’ll leave with the tools to cultivate resilience and successfully lead your team.
Koru Development – Your Trusted Partner
Koru Development was founded by Gill Thackray. She first began working in the field of resilience whilst working in United Nations refugee camps. Since then she has worked internationally as a business psychologist with elite sporting bodies such as the Football Association and UK Sport to build resilience and optimise sustainable performance.
Her client list includes Fortune 100 companies, the United Nations, Health Education England, Great Ormond Street Hospital, British Society for Rheumatology, Prostate Cancer, Cancer Research UK, BBC, University College of Osteopathy, Deloitte, Price Waterhouse Cooper, Ernst and Young, Chartered Institute of Accountants for England and Wales, Lancaster University Bonington Leadership Programme, London School of Economics, Google, Natural History Museum and the V&A amongst others. Gill is the author of ‘Mindfulness Coach’ and the ‘Positivity Coach’ both due December 2020 published by Michael O’Mara Books, London.
Her expertise in resilience means that she is a frequent conference contributor as well as contributing to publications including The Guardian, Ultra Sport, Thrive Global and Success Magazine amongst others.
Gill has undertaken research into leadership resilience with Aberdeen University, examining the efficacy of mindfulness interventions upon leadership resilience, emotional intelligence and compassion. Koru Development draws upon this extensive experience of working with thousands of people working in the health service, private sector and tech start ups. We are trusted to distill the latest research in resilience, providing proven practical strategies to manage stress, develop resilience and optimise sustainable performance. We provide a range of online resilience courses and resilience coaching for leaders.