The Institute of Directors (IoD) Next Gen Forum has confirmed its next breakfast workshop will focus on identifying how different behaviour styles and personality traits respond to, and impact leadership.
It will be held on Wednesday 17 May at the GTA University Centre has the support of Black Vanilla, Imperium, Investec, Mourant, Praxis, PwC and Ravenscroft.
Nicole Le Goupillot, Leadership Consultant from Leaders Consultancy will be the guest speaker.
Ahead of the event, Tom Zierer, IoD Next Gen Forum Chair, said: "One of the core purposes of the Next Gen Forum is to prepare Guernsey’s next generation, currently in management roles, for director and strategic leadership roles. We are eager to ensure high-quality workshops that are relevant across industries. This workshop fits our brief brilliantly and I look forward to hosting Nicole and Leaders at this event.
"We hope this workshop will provide attendees with a ‘soft skill’ training opportunity, exploring how we can better identify our own personality types, how to optimise our talents and overcome personality-driven hurdles to create a greater impact within our organisations."
The event is open to aspiring individuals in managerial roles, in any sector, who will move into director or leadership roles within the next two to five years and is free for IoD members.
Registration is available HERE. Numbers will be limited.
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