November 2014 - Forum Notes

If you weren't able to attend our recent forum on The Role of Teams, please click here to view our synopsis of the event.

Update on our June Forum

The recent MaST Business Forum enabled over 20 senior leaders in L&D, HR and OD to explore the challenges involved in dealing with ‘politics’ within organisations.  Sectors represented ranged from Investment Banking to Media and Government Organisations.  At the start, almost all the delegates confirmed that there is generally a negative view of politics.  By the end, perceptions were reframed, and delegates equipped with the idea that it is possible for leaders and managers to learn to deal with politics in a positive and ethical way.

 

Update on our April Forum

26 business leaders exchanged ideas at the recent MaST Business Forum on leading Change and Neuroscience.  20% of the attendees are already meeting with MaST to explore how to better equip their leaders to increase motivation and engagement during change projects.

                                                              

Here are the top 5 insights from the day

MaST Business Forum - Working with Values

With the need for both security and growth, how can values improve team effectiveness and engagement?

 

Wednesday 13th November 2013

Novotel Tower Hill, London

Knowing your personal values and the team’s values creates an extraordinary foundation for optimizing both personal, team and organisational performance and agility.

MaST’s Business Forum: “Performance Conversations…”

Effective "Performance Conversations" are the cornerstone to building engaging, motivating and trusting relationships that in turn deliver excellent business results.

The way we prepare for and engage in these conversations is critical to our success as a Manager or Leader.  This is because our personal leadership style, behaviours and intentions are experienced by others through these interactions. 

Please join us at the next MaST Business Forum to:

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