Getting Things Done (Positive Leadership Series): Cork - 13 June 2017

Training provider: 
The Wheel
Date / time: 
13 Jun 2017 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Imperial Hotel Cork, South Mall, Co. Cork
Location: 
Cork
Price details: 
120 Euro for Members/170 Euro Non-Members.
Positive Leadership Series14 June 2017

Spring is in the air and summer will soon be here. Positivity and inspiration go hand in hand with these seasons - and indeed make us feel like Getting Things Done. That's, in fact, the title of the next event in The Wheel's Positive Leadership Series - it's all about overcoming bad habits, side-stepping stress, and embracing positive change!

To book, go to the bottom of page and click 'Add to Cart'.

Course details: 

Getting Things Done is a full-day workshop designed to give Irish nonprofit leaders an invaluable space and opportunity to recharge their batteries in the inspirational company of their peers and to find new and creative ways to move forward, bypassing any sense of inertia or "stuckness" that may have built up during the first part of the year.

Specifically, the workshop will explore:

  • What blocks us when we get “stuck”
  • How we can break out of ineffective habits like procrastination and creative avoidance.
  • Changing our focus to reduce the sense of being overwhelmed.

Learning Outcomes

As with any of the Positive Leadership days, participants can expect to come away refreshed, refocused and re-energised.

In addition, on this occasion, participants will:

  • Understand the thinking that underpins procrastination and creative avoidance
  • Have additional tools for tackling and completing tasks
  • Explore what creates the sense of being constantly/relentlessly overwhelmed
  • Have tools for breaking things down differently to avoid feeling overwhelmed.

Facilitator: Carol Conway

Carol is a lifelong Behavioural Scientist with a passionate interest in human dynamics and a fundamental belief in people.  Her work revolves around assisting individuals and organisations to achieve more of their potential.  On any given day that can include training, facilitation, leadership development or coaching.
 
Carol’s mission in life is to share information so that those she works with can achieve more; personally, professionally and organisationally. Carol also designed and co-ordinated the Young Community Leaders project for the Northside Partnership from 2010 - 2015 which produced 125 young leaders over five years who are all working to make their community a better place. Since she works almost exclusively within the Voluntary and Community sector, Carol sees the value of her work as being better outcomes for Irish society.
 
Carol is also Vice Chair of The Wheel.

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Feedback from Participants at Carol Conway's Previous Leadership Events for The Wheel

"Carol is an excellent facilitator, really engaging, motivating and importantly, honest. What I enjoyed most about this training was the focus on positive visualisation and re-framing how we communicate internally with ourselves and the impact this can have on our external activities". - J. Murphy, Trócaire
 
"I have attended Carol's sessions before and always come away re-charged, refreshed and with an updated tool kit for use". - P. Cleary, Housing Association for Integrated Living
 
"I found this opportunity to think about the leadership and management of the organisation from fresh angles, hearing from those who had great experience and having the chance to talk together about approaches and solutions was hugely refreshing and inspiring."
 
"Carol's delivery is consistently excellent and she seems to be easily able to adapt to her audience. These follow up sessions are invaluable in terms of keeping focus on the IIE concepts. Keep them coming please! "
 
"I found the training to be excellent. It far exceeded my expectations in its usefulness to my work and I've used it in a number of ways to great benefit. The follow up session was really useful and is a nice way to keep the learning going. The structure of the training is nicely paced to allow you to take in what is an extensive amount of information in an easy way. I particularly valued the fact that there was enough time built in to allow discussions to go on when weighty concepts emerged for the group. It was a fantastic environment to spend time in and it was great that there was time for peer learning in the second session. I've been recommending the training to everyone I meet!"

Who Should Attend: 

This is an essential event for all managers and leaders in the Irish community and voluntary sector.

How to Register: 

To book, go to the bottom of page and click 'Add to Cart'.

Please contact Mairead O'Connor at mairead@wheel.ie  with any queries.


If you have any problems accessing the venue on the morning of the event, please phone The Wheel main office on 01-4548727.

Course contact details

Telephone: 
01 454 8727
Email: 
info@wheel.ie

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.