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Getting the Best From People: Empathise & Motivate in Difficult Times
Now with the flexible option to be delivered in a virtual online classroom and soon to return, face to face training.
The Civil Service and Public Sector are facing an incredibly difficult time, with budget cuts and political change threatening to undermine morale. However, even in the face of such turbulence, leaders and managers still need to get the best from their staff.
This half day course is designed to help participants make the most out of the eight key ways to enhance empathy and motivation. It will also explore how managers can learn more about the differences between team members and maximise the value diverse talents and perspectives can add to the team's overall performance.
'Getting the Best from People: 8 Ways to Empathise and Motivate in Difficult Times' is a motivational course featured in our Leadership and Management series. At Civil Service College, we pride ourselves on our ability to tailor our courses to each attendee’s role and organisations, ensuring that each delegate gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
Public Sector managers who want to get the best performance from their staff when they are facing ever-tightening budgets and intensifying delivery pressures.
Participants will learn to get the best from their staff by understanding their distinct talents, valuing their diversity and originality, as well as knowing how to motivate them in different circumstances.
10:00 - 14:00
£595 + VAT
St James's Park
19 June 2020 Book7
This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.
Angela Blacklaw has a broad range of experience working within and providing training for the public sector. Her expertise cover a range of topics including communication, leadership, wellbeing and resilience and talent management.
Angela Blacklaw has a broad range of experience working within and providing training for the public sector.
Angela designs and facilitates training on a variety of topics including identity and branding, action learning, and career coaching. Angela has delivered training to a variety of public sector clients such as Ministry of Justice, Hampshire County Council, DWP and DfID on a range of topics including communication, leadership, wellbeing and resilience, and talent development.
Angela is dedicated to creating sustainable change in the public sector. To this end, she has served as Head of Internal Communications in the Food Standards Agency, Head of Change Communications and Culture Change in Defra, and Head of Talent Development in the Department of Health. In addition to her roles working within these organisations, Angela has also supported the public sector through her expert training. Angela has also supported leadership development for Health Education England, NHS Leadership Academy, the Church of England, Sellafield Ltd and Liberty Mutual.
Angela has worked to provide transformational learning opportunities on the individual and organisational level for two decades. She is a skilled communicator and trainer specialising in galvanising organisational change and designing and delivering courses that challenge and strengthen participants.
Angela Blacklaw earned a Certificate in Organisation Development from the NTL Institute and a Master of Science in Human Resources. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner.
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