A team is like a human, that fire, it evolves, it is experiencing a crisis of adolescence, it develops defense mechanisms, it does not always act in an appropriate way and sometimes, it turns bad ... sometimes it is scuttled, destroys, bogging.
How to read your team? How to distinguish the symptoms of the causes? How to identify implicit rules? And what to do when everything goes wrong? How to intervene once you know what's wrong?
Manage a team, it is a daily challenge. How can supervise the staff without stifling their autonomy and creativity? How to distribute the tasks without overwriting performance and discourage people with learning? How to respond when rumors in order to empower and remain informed? The team takes on the color of the leader. So how to be a good leader?
Is it possible to "see it coming" conflicts and act before they deteriorate? Yes! Is it possible to change the course of history? To deflect the evolutionary path to something healthier? Absolutely. But it's not easy. There is no magic wand, miracle cure. There are approaches, basic principles, skills to develop.
Speaker : Annabelle Boyer has an unconventional path. Organizational Development Specialist, she is involved in mobilization of human capital and team dynamics. Annabelle Boyer holds a Bachelor génagogie (team building) and a Masters in Administration, concentration response and organizational change. It is CHRP, Member of the Order of human resources advisors. She is also an expert in body language. Trainer in managing difficult people and manipulative, constructive use of social networks and professional development potential, it is perfected continuously on the functioning of the human mind from his body language, needs and behaviors in order to offer the most suitable communication.
***New Location at Club Universitaire de Montreal, 2047 Rue Mansfield, Montréal***
7h30-8h00 : registration and breakfast buffet | 8h00-9h00 : conference
1 PDU : STRATEGIC & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
No cancellation or reimbursement 5 working days from the event.