WEBINAR: Create a Learning Culture for High Performance and Resilience
- Duration: 1 hour
- Region: Nationwide
- Venue: Heritage Auckland
A webinar on supporting a culture change that involves creating psychological safety and promoting engagement
If you are a member of HRNZ, please log in through the HRNZ website to access your member discount.
All pricing includes GST.
- HRNZ Member = $46.00
- Non-member = $69.00
As HR managers and advisors, you try to support managers and employees through changes in the workplace. You know it is no longer possible to sit back and do things as once learned. During this webinar you will develop an understanding of how to lead and support a culture change that involves creating psychological safety to embrace continuous learning, collaboration and develop personal resilience to lead teams to higher performance.
Dani explains in clear, practical ways what it takes to be successful on this journey of culture change, using her broad knowledge and experience in adult learning, change and resilience to help understand how to move people from defensiveness and get them into the growth mindset to achieve greater outcomes for both themselves and their teams.
Participants will learn about what it takes to create a culture of learning through building a psychologically safe environment that promotes engagement. They will gain a basic understanding of how managers and employees can improve their personal resilience and help their employees increase their productivity by understanding the basic psychological mechanisms that influence human thoughts and actions, and which lead either to greater performance or apathy. They will understand the link between learning and resilience, wellbeing and productivity.
Facilitated by Dani Rius - SLD-DRR Consulting Ltd
Dani is a professional coach, researcher, facilitator and speaker with an MSc in Industrial/Organisational Psychology, an MA in Research Methods (Education) and a BA in Teaching. During her Masters studies, Dani carried out significant amount of research into employee learning and resilience as part of a larger MBIE funded organisational resilience project at University of Canterbury, where she gained invaluable insights into leadership effectiveness in highly stressful times (post Christchurch Earthquakes, 2014/2015). Dani is a very experienced educator and mindfulness meditator. She derives great pleasure in helping managers and employees develop more sophisticated intra/interpersonal skills to work more harmoniously, reduce/eliminate bullying and create a psychologically safety net to go beyond boundaries and grow for their own benefit and their team’s. She coaches individuals and small groups and is currently writing a book on mindful empathy, the essential skill of the future with a PhD specialised in Empathy, expected to be published in 2020.
SLD-DRR Consulting Limited is a young company that evolved from research based programs, derived from Dani's experience and extensive research on Canterbury businesses where she interviewed and tracked managers and companies as they responded to the earthquake. Trading as Dani Rius, she combines invaluable insights with proven strategies to produce structured programmes to bring resilience, focus and better teamwork in the most effective way. She delivers both professional and personal development programmes with a focus on mindfulness/leadership coaching, experiential workshops and evidence-based seminars. Her wide ranging professional development courses include change management: the human factor, personal resilience & mindfulness, productivity and customer service excellence.
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Registrations close 10:00am the day of the webinar.
An appropriate substitute participant is welcome any time before the webinar starts. Please let us know the replacement's name. If you have booked on a member price and a non member is to attend in your place you will be invoiced for the difference in price.
A refund of fees will be made if a cancellation is received in writing at least 10 working days prior to the commencement of the webinar.
Regrettably, no refunds can be made for cancellations received after this date and you are liable for the full cost of attendance at the webinar.