On Friday 16th October from 00.00 to 01.30 BST (which in Vancouver is Thursday 15th October from 16:00 to 17:30 PDT (UTC/GMT-7), join us in exploring the values that enhance resilience – for ourselves, our teams, leaders and organisations – in a webinar organised in collaboration with Resilience.TV and hosted by Delaney Tosh of Square Peg Leadership and Nancy Chenier of Phoenix-Hearted Woman.

As specialists in women’s leadership presence and resilience, we know that values will impact how effectively we lead, as well as our capacity to confidently engage our teams and sustain our health and performance over time.

A misalignment between our values and those of others or of the organisations we work in can result in us leaving our role, or if that is not possible, losing our soul and damaging personal and team relationships.

So, how is this playing out in the world right now?

  • What values will organisations need to demonstrate to meet community expectations and survive?
  • What values will leaders need to enact?
  • What values can guide us in leaning into the current challenges, both personally and in our teams?

This webinar will explore the core values that have most importance to us: what we need as employees, teams, leaders and organisations to be successful in a volatile future. It will also highlight the values, if breached, that are most likely to impact on our capacity to maintain effective working relationships, recover, restore and reinvent in emerging working environments.

We will introduce two simple, yet powerful strategies, drawn from mindfulness, yoga, and on the research behind the Resilience at Work Toolkit, to help you align more effectively with your core values and to recover your centredness as you navigate the challenges of the workplace.

The webinar will be an interactive opportunity to explore and discuss the outcomes of a global survey. The survey explores workplace values and will be distributed in the lead up to World Values Day on Thursday, October 15th.

Please participate in the survey here

Please register here for this free 1.5 hour webinar.