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Organisational Development 

Developing Generational IQ: 

Harnessing Multi-Generational Talent & High Performing Teams 

As the world we live in changes, so to does the demographics and people dynamics in organisations. Leading people in organisations can be rewarding, and also challenging, so understanding the different dynamics within teams is critical to success. 
While much is written about the importance of diversity, and leveraging the talent a diverse workforce can bring, however, taking time to understand the factors that have helped shape each generation, from individual values, globalisation and advancements in technology can also help you to ensure your team members are aligned and perform to their optimum as well as dispel some of the myths surrounding this phenomenon. 

Dysfunctional Leadership & Disruptive DNA: 

How to Avoid a Toxic Workplace 

There are numerous examples of organisational climates that are not conducive to personal growth and success. Leaders of organisations shape and define the culture, climate and working practices of organisations and ultimately have a direct impact on how successful they are. 
While many leaders and organisations are successful, some are not so. As such it is important to recognise and understand what constitutes dysfunctional leadership, in terms of behaviours and impact, and how this can shape the DNA of organisations and how they are subsequently perceived. 

Exploring Team Dynamics-Team Roles in Action 

Team dynamics are those psychological factors and forces that can influence your teams performance, productivity and behaviours, influenced by the personalities within a team and how they interact with each other. 
Understanding team dynamics in a competitive business world can help you to ensure teams have the correct composition to be successful. 

Cultivate a Learning Culture in Your Team 

A learning culture is becoming increasingly important in an ever changing business environment. Embedding a learning culture helps organisations become proactive rather than reactive, especially to changes in the external environment, while increasing their agility and adaptability in order to take action quickly when there is disruption, to ensure sustainability, and growth. A learning culture can be defined as a set of organisational principles, practices and processes that encourage everyone connected to the organisation to develop their knowledge and competence through continuous learning aligned to systems and processes that are interdependent and influence the overall performance of the organisation. 

Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) and the Modern Organisation 

The concept of ‘spiritual intelligence’ is not new. Management scholars have been exploring the concept and application of spiritual intelligence to enhance workplace cultures, improve organisational ethics, and increase the levels of inter-contentedness and collaboration between people in the achievement and attainment of organisational goals for a number of years. 
However for many, the benefits of integrating spiritual intelligence into organisational practices is not immediately obvious. The development of a number of framework that provides connections between individual spirituality and organisational goals and how its application can transform organisational culture by influencing engagement, motivation, collaboration, and success might just be a game changer for those who are willing to consider the possibilities. 

Enhanced Experiential Train-the-Trainer: Training for Excellence 

Facilitating learning and helping people to release and realise their potential is extremely rewarding, and is both a vocation, and a skill that needs to be continually developed as new approaches to learning and teaching, and new technologies continue to shape the way people learn. As well as focusing on enhancing current facilitation skills, this course will explore the role of the reflective practitioner, the importance of creating an all-inclusive learning environment conducive to learning, and the role of technology in learning. 
This course also includes one year paid membership to the Society for Education and Training (SET) the membership body dedicated to professionals working across further education, vocational teaching and training. 

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