Are we connected? Do we have a shared future? Are we safe? These 3 qualities are central to better team performance in an uncertain world.
We have teamed up with Graeme Cowan, a renowned leadership, resilience and engagement expert, author, speaker and R U OK? Director, to help you build more caring and resilient teams, who enjoy growing together.
This webinar has been designed specifically for teams that are now working remotely.
Whether you are a leader of a team or a member of a team, this webinar will provide practical tips to help you to stay connected with one another and support each other through these challenging times.
You will gain simple, actionable steps, including how to:
- Ask 4 daily connection questions to your team
- Inspire team psychological safety (#1 predictor of team innovation) during lockdown
- Embed a growth mindset and reduce risk
- Play to team strengths
- Identify a teammate or loved one who is struggling
- Ask R U OK? with empathy
- Guide them to the help they need
About Graeme Cowan
Graeme helps busy leaders build more caring and resilient teams, who enjoy growing together.
He was recently interviewed on ABC TV about strategies to reduce stress related to the Covid-19 crisis. You can check out the video here.
In his earlier career, he worked in senior leadership positions with Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and AT Kearney.
In 2000 he went through a 5-year episode of depression that his psychiatrist described as the worst he had ever treated.
He emerged from this crisis with a different view about how we can increase our resilience, mood, and performance. He is described by the Australian Financial Review as a “resilience expert”.
He is the author of 4 books, including the internationally acclaimed BACK FROM THE BRINK, which has a testimonial from the former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, and which has become a best seller in China.
Graeme also helped to start R U OK? in 2009, and is an active Board Director.
Hosted by Stephen Moir
Prior to establishing Moir Group, Stephen spent 17 years with a leading international recruitment firm. He progressed through the business and was Managing Director for the operations in Australia. He left to establish Moir Group in early 2007.
Stephen firmly believes that work is a big part of people’s lives and that having a satisfying job is a big part of having a fulfilling life. Stephen has had great success in delivering on this belief. He stands by Moir Group’s values of Care, Partnership, Rigour, Persistence and Passion, and they underpin everything he does.
He always focuses on cultural fit, service and sourcing the right people for his clients, realising that, when Moir Group do their job really well, they have a significant impact on organisations and people’s lives. The result is that Moir’s candidates build successful careers with great retention for the organisations they are placed with.
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