CPD 3 2015: Positive Psychology and High Performance Teams

CPD 3 2015: Positive Psychology and High Performance Teams

IMI CPD For Managers

Our third workshop in our 2015 series of CPD Workshops for Managers kicks of on Thursday October 22nd, with a session on Positive Psychology and High Performance Teams led by Alan Lyons.

This CPD Workshop will outline the psychology of positive change to address the following 5 chronic problems found in today’s teams:

  • A Problem Focus – Consists of a contagious mind-set which seeks to re-enforce what is not working, leading to a breeding ground for cynicism and suspicion.
  • Lack of Clarity of Purpose – There is much uncertainty in today’s organisations. Generally, people are not resistant to change, however they tend not to respond well to ‘forced change’ as they do not feel meaningfully involved.
  • Low Trust – The impact of working in a low trust environment is crippling – even completing simple tasks can be slow and costly.
  • Underutilised Potential – According to a Gallup poll only 20% of people feel like they get to work on what they do best every day in work.
  • Poor Execution Systems – There is a tremendous lack of accountability around an organisation’s most important goals, with no clear understanding of the key success indicators.

 

Participants should leave with a greater insight into how positive psychology can be applied to help your team: Make better productivity choices, Identify and Leverage strengths, Create a rhythm of accountability around the most important goals, Improve communication, collaboration, creativity, innovation and engagement and Increase its ‘trust account’.

 

Date: 22 October 2015

Time: Registration 8.00am – 8.30am | Workshop 8.30am – 10.00am

Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford, Dublin 16

Fees: See separate tab.

RegistrationPlease use the Event Registration link to register for this event.

*Registration is not confirmed until payment is received, where applicable.

 

About IMI CPD

Aimed at mid to senior level managers, our quarterly CPD Workshops and Management Digests are designed to ensure you and your team are constantly refreshing and enhancing your management and leadership know-how. Facilitated by IMI Faculty, our CPD Workshops focus on live Best Practice Management themes. A companion quarterly digest from the IMI Knowledge Centre, highlights the latest management thinking on the theme of the day in an accessible format and ensures you are always up to date with new ideas.

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This CPD Workshop will outline the psychology of positive change to address the following 5 chronic problems found in today’s teams:

  • A Problem Focus – Consists of a contagious mind-set which seeks to re-enforce what is not working, leading to a breeding ground for cynicism and suspicion.
  • Lack of Clarity of Purpose – There is much uncertainty in today’s organisations. Generally, people are not resistant to change, however they tend not to respond well to ‘forced change’ as they do not feel meaningfully involved.
  • Low Trust – The impact of working in a low trust environment is crippling – even completing simple tasks can be slow and costly.
  • Underutilised Potential – According to a Gallup poll only 20% of people feel like they get to work on what they do best every day in work.
  • Poor Execution Systems – There is a tremendous lack of accountability around an organisation’s most important goals, with no clear understanding of the key success indicators.

 

Participants should leave with a greater insight into how positive psychology can be applied to help your team: Make better productivity choices, Identify and Leverage strengths, Create a rhythm of accountability around the most important goals, Improve communication, collaboration, creativity, innovation and engagement and Increase its ‘trust account’.

Alan Lyons

CPD Alan Lyons

Alan has practised as a professional psychologist for over 15 years. As a registered psychologist Alan undertakes rigorous continuous professional development (CPD).

 

He belongs to both the Division of Work and Organisational Psychology and the Division of Counselling Psychology within the Psychological Society of Ireland.

Alan is a qualified coaching psychologist and a founding member of the Society for Coaching Psychology within the British Psychological Society.

He is also a recognised professional member and accredited sport psychologist by the Irish Institute of Sport where he works with high performance elite athletes. He is a highly experienced and accredited facilitator who works with a large number of blue chip organisations, facilitating leadership and team development programmes as well as delivering individual executive coaching.

 

 

 

 

Fee:

IMI Corporate & Personal Members – Complimentary

IMI Alumni – €25* Pay & Register now

Non-members – €125* Pay & Register now

Please note that registration will close at 5pm on Monday October 19th.

Location
IMI Conference Centre,
Sandyford Road,
Dublin 16