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Leadership Workshop: The New Science of Relationships – with Alex Lobba
November 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:45 pm
As a business leader, you know that your business performance is based on the performance of your people. Yet, while the relationship with the boss is the biggest factor in job satisfaction and performance, 95% of managers do not understand what motivates people. Hoping that a great contributor you promote to manager will turn out to be a good leader is like throwing somebody in a pool and hope they will figure out how to swim. Learn in this workshop how the new science of relationships can empower your team to develop the skills to:
•Build resilience – manage the brain fight/flight/freeze responses to triggering situations
•Recognize the patterns of relationship and communication styles to nurture underutilized strengths
•Master what motivates people
•Grow trust by doing effective repair when mistakes and breakdowns take place
Bring examples of challenges that your organization faces and get insights about how your own style impacts them.
Flow of Leadership is a training and coaching program, based on the new science of relationships, for managers and team members to develop the skills and self-awareness that form the underpinning of true leadership and foster purpose, autonomy, mastery, and belonging. These are key to achieve the people performance that produces employee engagement, innovation, and exceptional results.
Alex Lobba is the founder of Flow of Leadership, and a 35 year veteran of the software industry, with over 20 years of experience facilitating workshops and council circles. Alex has held executive positions in marketing, product marketing, and product management. Lack of engagement and employee turnover cost hundreds of billions and disrupt organizations, killing innovation and problem solving. Flow of Leadership combines the latest in neuroscience, intrinsic motivation, and attachment theory into a transformative training program that helps team members and managers excel at the toughest part of work: relationships.
Common challenges manager face:
“I feel that I need to know more than anybody on my team – it’s a huge pressure!”
“Things should always be better. If I acknowledge successes people will get lazy and stop improving.”
“I don’t have time for chit-chat – there is too much to get done.”