Participants will leave the webinar able to:
- identify how design thinking can be applied to personal change and self-leadership
- use meta-collaboration concepts and principles to accelerate collaboration, personal change and self-leadership.
Being more aware of your behavior and designing how you want to show up when collaborating with others empowers to achieve greater results.
We use personal assessments and design thinking principles to help individuals better understand how they show up, their effective behaviors, less effective behaviors and how they can adjust their behaviors to achieve better results.
Attendees will receive a worksheet to create a personal algorithm that shows you how to design your communication and interaction in an applied way to achieve better results.
Gerard Alberts, Psychologist and Executive Coach, Alberts & Associates and the Niagara Institute
Gerard is the Principal of Alberts & Associates providing confidential consulting services to individuals and businesses. He understands the diverse needs and challenges of business leaders and career-minded people working together to develop collaborative and effective teams in today's tumultuous marketplace and consults across many industries. A long-time member and Past Chair of the Calgary Industrial/Organizational Psychology Group, Gerard has broad experience serving on several associations, boards, and committees. As a licensed psychologist (Alberta), he holds assessment and coaching certifications from The Leadership Circle (Austin), the Center for Creative Leadership (San Diego) and Birkman International (Houston). Gerard is also part of The Conference Board of Canada Niagara Institute’s Executive Coaching team.
Joe Slatter, Founder and Principal, Better Practice
An engaging speaker, expert facilitator, consultant, designer and thought leader on collaboration, Joe is passionate about helping individuals, organizations and communities achieve and maintain "a better normal" through smart design and sustainable, continuous improvement. He holds a design patent for a device used to support meta-collaboration. Joe has lived in six countries and worked extensively with global, cross-functional, highly distributed and multi-organizational teams.
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