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Adaptive intelligence is a fantastic resource that human evolution has given us and that we should really mobilize more often!
There is little awareness of its existence; however, what could be called “the mother of all soft skills” is essential for 21st century leaders. What recent neuroscience research tells us is that adaptive intelligence allows you to deal with novelty and complexity and to optimize your potential. It also helps you find the right way of communicating in each situation, through the decoding of human functioning.
The good news is that it can be trained, like a muscle, by practising certain exercises. In this sessions, participants will discover some of the exercises availble from the Neurocognitive and Behavioral Approach (NCA). They are very easy to use in all situations that require it: complex, stressful decision making or difficulty in acting.Login to view full webinar
In this session, and in her book of the same name, Furkan Karayel explains how inclusive intelligence is the meeting point of emotional intelligence and inclusive leadership, and can support you in being a role model for D&I in the workplace. Its methodology is based on a series of interviews and years of detailed research conducted with team leaders and managers in a variety of global companies. Furkan found a pattern in some leaders who naturally excelled at inclusive leadership even though they were unaware of it and unable to define it. D uring this session, Furkan describes the skills these leaders have in common and how they made inclusion part of their daily agenda and became role models through their incredible work.
Whether you are just starting out on your inclusion journey, or seeking to refine your practice, attend this session and you will better understand the knowledge, tools, and practical, actionable steps that will support you to create an impactful inclusive leadership style.Login to view full webinar
Andrea Dermody, D&I expert and thought leader, is joined by Gillian Harford experienced board member, accomplished HR Executive and EY Sponsored Country Executive at 30% Club Ireland to discuss how you can create your own pathway to achieving board membership.
What these two women don't know about making it to the Board, is not worth knowing. Their collective knowledge will ensure you leave this session with a clear idea of how to make it to the top.Login to view full webinar
Watch this webinar to learn how to apply positive psychology in business.
The link between happiness and productivity isn't new, but many employers still underestimate just how important it is in the workplace. Here are a few statistics for you to consider:
So if you're looking to boost your team's productivity, don't miss the chance to find out how to do it happily.
Listen back to founder of Happitude at Work, Aurélie Litynski, to find out how you can support employees in creating a positive mindset at work. By listening to this webinar, you will gain new ideas, hands-on tools, and a better understanding to implement a strategy where the team's happiness is part of the team's culture and long-term success. Happiness is a skill we can master, but we need to know how!Login to view full webinar
As professional women, one definition of success is of course through career progression, getting promoted within your organisation, making partner, reaching the C-Suite. What if that route doesn't fit with your own personal idea of success, or what you consider purposeful living? Yet at the same time you're not one of those looking to jettison a good job to go run a yoga retreat in Tasmania? Is it possible to tread a middle way, to the good job, but find ways to also pursue purpose and success outside of work?
Cliodhna O'Sullivan was General Counsel of a major telecoms company for 10 years however it never felt like proper success to her. Some years ago, she moved to a less senior role as a regulatory counsel and began writing her first novel. After a somewhat eventful journey, it was published by Heroic Books as The Stone Keep in November 2021.
Cliodhna gives a compelling explanationof the benefits and challenges she has encountered trying to tread the middle way and owning your own definition of success.Login to view full webinar