IoD - Developing Resilient Executive Behaviours

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Key Information

This half day workshop will support participants to become aware of key behaviours displayed by executive boards

Tel: 028 9068 3224

Email:
lorraine.corry@iod.com

Website:
www.iod.com/northernireland

IoD - Developing Resilient Executive Behaviours

27th February 2013


Research shows a correlation between behaviours that are displayed at executive level and the ability of an organisation to continue to perform effectively in challenging environments.  The term ‘resilience’ is used to explain how some organisations continue to perform in spite of challenging circumstances.

 

This half day workshop will support participants to become aware of key behaviours displayed by executive boards that promote organisational resilience.  It will provide an opportunity to look at specific tools and interventions that are useful in understanding how getting the behaviours and culture right at the top level creates an environment where the organisation is less susceptible to risk and crisis.

 

The presenters

Our presenters are both Directors at TOWARD Limited, which specialises in building resilience through behavioural change. 

 

Adrian Eagleson has a keen interest in top team psychology and how this interplays with the crisis incubation period. He is currently working with Birkbeck College, London assessing the impact of executive development programmes that seek to offset crisis in financial institutions.

 

Johnny Parks’ areas of expertise lie in executive team development and facilitation.  Johnny has recently worked with Trinity College Dublin to develop an occupational measure of crisis related behaviours. 

 

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