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WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP

19th - 20th, January 2022
Virtual / Streaming

Essential skills & tools to enhance your effectiveness as a leader in an evolving environment

Overview

- Develop your individual leadership style
- Lead with Emotional Intelligence (EI) & authenticity
- Lead high performance for yourself your team & the organisation
- Strategic planning for your leadership development & career

Speakers

Jo Stewart-Rattray

Jo is an executive coach and leadership consultant with over 25 years’ career experience, some of which were spent at the C-level in the Utilities and Tourism space. Jo provides strategic advice to organisations across a number of industry sectors including banking and finance, utilities, manufacturing, tertiary education, retail and government.


Jo has extensive board and committee experience. She has chaired a number of ISACA’s international committees including the Board Audit & Risk Committee, Leadership Development and Professional Influence & Advocacy. She served as an Elected Director on ISACA’s International Board of Directors for seven years and was the founder of its global women’s leadership initiative, SheLeadsTech.

Director of Technology & Security Assurance
BRM Advisory

Agenda

Workshop Day One
Workshop Day Two
Women in Leadership Workshop

19 Jan - 20 Jan

Workshop

Develop self-awareness and authenticity

- Values-based leadership - what it means to be an authentic leader

- Identify your key strengths and potential de-railers as a leader

- Identify how best to utilise your optimal leadership style within the context of your organisation

 

High-level communication, influence and negotiation skills

- Manage emotions for positive and assertive communication and relationships

- Develop techniques of persuasion, negotiation and influencing with coaching skills and “conversational intelligence”

- Prepare for and have difficult conversations with confidence

 

Develop self and others with “reflective leadership”

- Clarify the benefits of reflective practice in leadership

- Develop the skills and capacity for reflective practice

- Using reflective practice to influence the quality of the culture through the quality of relationships

 

Strategic career progression

- Everyday career management practices and creating a personal leadership plan

- Maximise existing relationships and networks and building new ones for professional opportunities

- Skills and approaches to manage your image and visibility without feeling you are “selling yourself”



  • Jo Stewart-Rattray Director of Technology & Security Assurance BRM Advisory

Workshop

Transformational leadership strategies to accelerate team performance

- Leverage team dynamics to enhance performance

- Challenge, support and empower others

- Manage uncooperative staff members

 

Drive change and innovation 

- Recognise and overcome hurdles to change

- Trust your intuition and step outside your comfort zone

- Embed a positive change culture in an organisation

 

Remain productive in a crisis

- Build resilience to thrive under pressure

- Support your team and engage others to deliver

- Debrief after crisis - provide and accept feedback

 

Action planning for leadership

- Develop a personalised approach - short and long-term

- Understand challenges

- Share approaches to move your career forward



  • Jo Stewart-Rattray Director of Technology & Security Assurance BRM Advisory

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