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3 Ps for releasing potential

A free 45-minute live, facilitated discussion and learning session with David Mason, Liz Metin and Neil Paterson.

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3 Ps for releasing potential
3 Ps for releasing potential

Time & Location

29 May 2024, 12:30 – 13:15 BST

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About The Event

The role of leadership in the success of any organisation is endlessly debated and rarely agreed upon. What is it? How should it be demonstrated? And why?

A virtual, live, facilitated discussion and learning session on Wednesday 29thMay at 12:30pm led by David Mason, Principal Consultant, Taylor Clarke.

Let’s start by being clear about what leadership is not.  It’s not a job title, a position or a place on an organisation chart. Leadership is an act that can be carried out by anyone, anytime, anywhere.  We believe that everyone, in every team, in every organisation has the potential to ‘commit acts of leadership’.  The secret is making sure that leadership potential is released and aligned, to the benefit of the individual, the team and the organisation.

Why not join other like-minded people professionals in this free, live, facilitated session which will include:

  • The background to a simple, yet powerful Leadership Framework.
  • A practical example of how the framework has been used in a very successful leadership development programme.
  • A diagnostic tool that you can use in your organisation immediately.

What you can expect:

  • A chance to explore the key issues on leadership alignment and how relevant they are to your organisation.
  • A space to share your own experiences, test ideas and learn from people professionals in other organisations and industries.
  • Insights and guidance from Taylor Clarke facilitators who are experts in Leadership Development.

This is a 45-minute live, facilitated discussion and learning session. Places are limited to 15 on each session. The session will not be recorded.

The session will be led by David Mason who has more than 30 years of experience across the Public, Financial Services, blue chip Retail, Higher Education, and Manufacturing sectors. David’s focused approach has given him a deep understanding of culture, working practices and leadership at all levels. One of his key passions is developing leaders to have the great conversations they want to have, and the tough ones they tend to avoid. In addition to the United Kingdom, David’s work has taken him to mainland Europe, North America and Asia. David’s previous roles include: Head of the HBOS Corporate University, Head of Executive Development at Royal Bank of Scotland and Head of Organisational Development and Resourcing at Heineken.

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