Collaborative leadership is a technique that helps managers to work with their teams to produce more effective results. It is also a method that can be applied across various functions throughout your organisation, not just your own team.
By applying collaborative leadership techniques, develop a more solution orientated organisation that is able to achieve its aims.
Attend this Effective Collaborative Leadership course to identify the key characteristics of collaborative leadership. Identify challenges to collaborative working and how to overcome them. Harness the power of collaboration to ensure team roles are clearly defined and understood.
Leave the day with an action plan to create a collaborative culture in your organisation and easily integrate collaborative leadership techniques into your organisation’s work processes.
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Marie is a dedicated, passionate professional people development specialist, who runs her own Coaching and training business. She partners with organisations to make a difference to employees as individuals and enables them to feel engaged with the organisations they work for, leading them to achieve their own and their organisations’ vision.
Marie is passionate about having the ability to enthuse others to learn, through engagement, building trust and understanding what motivates people to perform. She has held her role of Director and People Development Consultant for over 10 years following her roles for companies such as Prudential, HBOS, ...