Sep
11
11:15

Strengths-Based Leadership - Unlocking The Extraordinary

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Debbie Danon
Co-CEO @ TrustLab Ltd
Debbie is an award-winning facilitator, trainer, coach and designer of leadership experiences. She spent 6 years building the UK's leading interfaith NGO from the ground up, before designing leadership programmes in the City for clients including Accenture and The Bank of England. Debbie is passionate about transforming working cultures to be more inclusive. Alongside Yasmeen Akhtar, she is Co-Founder & Joint CEO of Diversity & Inclusion consultancy, TrustLab. She holds a degree in Theology & Religious Studies from University of Cambridge.
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Debbie Danon
Each one of us has a unique combination of strengths, which when unlocked can make us into an extraordinary/unstoppable leader. Contrary to the school of the 'well-rounded individual' which focuses on 'areas for development', investing in our strengths enables us to discover and practice our unique qualities that arise naturally, and to help our teammates to do the same. According to positive psychology research, people who use their natural strengths at work every day are happier, more productive, and more able to cope with challenges and change. In this session, you'll discover your own strenghts as a leader, learn to recognising those of your teammates, and make a plan to build 'well-rounded teams' where everyone creates value in ways that come naturally.

Questions this talk answers:

01

What is the differences between my strengths and my skills? / Why do strengths matter?

02

What are my strengths as a leader/team-mate? And what happens when strengths are "overcooked"?

03

How can I identify and utilise my colleagues' strengths and skills for a happier, higher impact team?

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Debbie Danon

Co-CEO @ TrustLab Ltd

About
Debbie
Debbie is an award-winning facilitator, trainer, coach and designer of leadership experiences. She spent 6 years building the UK's leading interfaith NGO from the ground up, before designing leadership programmes in the City for clients including Accenture and The Bank of England. Debbie is passionate about transforming working cultures to be more inclusive. Alongside Yasmeen Akhtar, she is Co-Founder & Joint CEO of Diversity & Inclusion consultancy, TrustLab. She holds a degree in Theology & Religious Studies from University of Cambridge.

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