MCB Updates

Leadership Development Programme Master Class 2013 for Alumni

Friday, 27 September 2013

MCB LDP Masterclass

Celebrating 10 years of the MCB’s Leadership Development Programme

The LDP Alumni Team are pleased to invite you to a
LDP Training Master Class*
by World Renowned
Susan Nash (USA) on

Temperament, Type and Leadership
&
The 10th Anniversary LDP Alumni Dinner

 

*Please note only LDP Alumni can attend the Master Class.
*Registration deadline for Master Class booking: 20th October 2013.
*Pre-course work required to be completed prior to attending the course.
To book your place, click here.

AGENDA
Sunday 27th October 2013

Master Class
9:00am – 6:00pm

Dinner
6:30pm – 9:30pm

Master Class:

Overview
The concept of temperament represents a separate yet complementary theory to personality type (as assessed by the MBTI®). It describes four patterns that have been recognised in many cultures for over 25 centuries. Temperament helps us to understand why we do what we do, and is valuable in leadership from a variety of perspectives. The model provides:

Insight into your innate leadership talents and possible challenges.
Greater understanding of how to inspire others successfully by personalising motivators to individual needs.
Knowledge of personality-based stressors and how to increase personal resilience for you and the teams you are leading.
Programme Objectives

In this unique workshop, you will:

Review the needs and motivators for each temperament.
Understand the contribution of temperament to effective leadership.
Discuss your strengths and potential challenges as a leader.
Identify how to flex your coaching style to meet the needs of different temperaments.
Define key motivating factors for each temperament in order to increase engagement and productivity.
Identify the dysfunctional behavioural patterns, or “Survival Games” characteristically associated with of the four temperaments.
Recognise the typical stressors that are most likely to trigger defensive behaviour, or survival-game-playing in each of the four temperaments.
Learn temperament-specific intervention strategies in the workplace that stop the dysfunctional behaviour and promote the capacity to thrive, rather than just survive, in times of stress.
Share examples where effective solutions have been found.

 

To book your place, go to http://mcbldp.eventbrite.co.uk/
For further information, please contact:
Brother Shabir Jivraj Sister Hajera Memon

[email protected] [email protected]

M: 07961 120 353 M: 07984 579 458

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