Conversation from your office - Resilience: How organisations are helping their people cope/thrive
Join Oxen Park and a small select group of HR Leaders in a Conversation from your Office to discuss the topic of resilience and the role of HR.
We are joined by ex New Zealand professional rugby player and coach turned academic/consultant, Nick Petrie, of the Centre for Creative Leadership*. Nick has spent months researching with some of the best academic and business brains around the world and is joining us to offer a different and refreshing perspective.
Nick will explore what is the difference between STRESS and PRESSURE and how can we help all employees cope in the workplace. He will highlight why reflection and planning are a good thing but rumination is generally a bad thing. We will discuss topics such as why one person’s reflection is another person’s rumination.
Join us and a couple of handfuls of carefully chosen HR Leaders by Rick, Geoff and Ivan from your office via Adobe Connect on Monday 14th March at 3.00pm for an hour and half (maybe extended to two hours if requested) of discussion and debate.
- No sales pitch from Nick
- No waffle from us
- No time to do your emails whilst listening
- We’ll facilitate contribution and challenge from everyone
Places are strictly limited, get in touch now to register your interest.
*The Centre for Creative Leadership serves about 20,000 leaders from 134 countries annually and has ranked in the top 10, for 11 consecutive years, of the Financial Times World Survey of Executive Development.
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