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Emerging Leaders Workshop 4: Unleashing the Potential - take a quantum leap with your feedback

Join us for this hands on workshop on how emerging leaders can unleash their potential.

Registration End Date: Mon, 18 Nov, 02:00 PM

  • where

  • ACS Victoria
    Level 14, 839 Collins St
    Docklands VIC 3008
  • when

  • Event Start: Mon, 18 Nov, 05:30 PM
    Event Finish: Mon, 18 Nov, 08:15 PM
  • event price

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<p>The aim of the Emerging Leaders Workshop series is to provide new and emerging ICT leaders with relevant and engaging seminars on career development best practices, peer-to-peer networking, and dialogue with senior executives from industry-leading companies. Emerging Leaders Workshops will help tomorrow’s leaders develop the skills, knowledge, and connections needed to be global pacesetters in our industry.<br> <br>The topics will include a mix of themes such as agility, productivity, communication, corporate relationships, leadership, and behavioural ethics.<br> <br>All workshops will be delivered by Professional facilitators and will provide direct access to high quality peer networking opportunities as well as key business leaders across the ICT industry. Each participant will have the opportunity to create and develop a personal action plan throughout the series, which aims to provide participants will real, tangible outcomes to accelerate their career growth.<br><br><b><u>Workshop 4 - Unleashing the Potential - take a quantum Leap with your Feedback</u></b><br>Giving feedback is an essential leadership activity. It is a topic included in most leadership development programs, usually with an emphasis on giving “constructive “feedback and having “difficult” conversations. So how effective are leaders at this competency?<br><br>Research shows that the feedback leaders provide is often ineffective. In fact, it is routinely destructive rather than constructive. In short, a lot of feedback given in the workplace is not actually helpful. And organisational surveys add complexity to our understanding of feedback. In culture and engagement<br>surveys, leader self-ratings of their effectiveness with giving feedback often exceeds staff rating of whether or not they receive feedback.</p> <ul><li>What is being missed in the current thinking and practice of providing feedback?</li><li>What really works when it comes to giving feedback and what doesn’t?</li><li>How can leaders provide feedback that has a positive impact on performance?</li></ul> <p>Contemporary neuroscience provides a fresh perspective on this essential leadership practice and opens the door for leaders to rethink their approach feedback so they can successfully foster performance improvement and avoid (or even eliminate) the need to have “difficult” conversations.</p> <p><b>Single workshop ticket:</b></p> <ul><li>Member - $50.00 (Inc GST)</li><li>Non-member - $75.00 (Inc GST)</li></ul> <u><b>Professional Year students please note, this event will not contribute to your Professional Year course requirements</b></u>


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 05:30 PM - 06:00 PM  Registration                          
 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM  Workshop commences                          
 08:00 PM - 08:15 PM  Workshop concludes                          

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Jennie Hill

Jennie Hill

Jennie Hill  B.Comm, PCC, MAICD

Jennie Hill is the founder of Sharp Pencils, a consultancy providing tailored learning and development experiences to workplace professionals. She has over 25 years personal experience in Executive leadership and change initiatives across a range of industries, including 15 years in the IT Industry in both Infrastructure and   Human Resources Management roles.    

As an experienced executive coach, facilitator, author and speaker, Jennie works with individuals and teams to optimise performance, so they feel more excited, confident and successful in their work - and more fulfilled in their lives. She has a particular interest in helping leaders “get the people part right”, integrating insights from contemporary social neuroscience with established leadership practices and models of human behaviour to provide dynamic development events. 

Jennie delights in provoking audiences to think differently about themselves, their goals and their impact. Known for her energy and humour, Jennie has a client base that includes leaders from a broad range of sectors including CISCO, NAB, Thales, IRESS, Wyndham City Council and Healthscope.   

Jennie holds a Bachelor of Commerce, Diploma in Education, Graduate Diploma in ICT, and Certificate in Neuroleadership. She is accredited in GENOS Emotional Intelligence and Extended DISC.  Jennie serves on the International Coach Federation (ICF) Australasian Professional Standards Committee.  

Outside of work Jennie is an avid traveller, novice ‘green thumb’ and optimistic golfer.

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Level 14, 839 Collins St,Docklands,VIC,Australia