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Learning leadership through play!

BREAKOUT SESSION 2 #1, Tuesday 3 September

Leadership is a serious topic. There are over 100,000 books on Amazon alone with leadership in their title - that’s how serious the topic is!

But we as humans learn in many different ways. As social beings play and being playful increases our interactivity with other humans. From a learning point of view learning through fun and post event reflection has been a standard adult learning technique for decades. The emerging world of agile has embraced play as a serious technique to assist organisations to embrace Design thinking and product or service innovation. So how do we bring learning leadership through play into organisations and into our practices?

In this – bound to be fun - session,  Dr Pauline Lee and Holly Cole Havens share evidence that supports this notion and outline a handful of ‘go to’ activities that never fail to produce insights and the odd smile. Bring your inner child to this session!

Facilitated by:

Holly Cole-Havens, FCG Associate, Executive Coach

Dr Pauline Lee, FCG Associate, Organisational Psychologist, Leargas


Holly Cole-Havens

Holly is an executive coach with over twenty years of corporate leadership and management experience gained from a range of industries including Management Consulting, Financial Services, and I.T. She has held leadership positions in the USA and the United Kingdom and worked in Europe and Asia primarily for large global organisations including Accenture and Deutsche Bank, but also for small privately held start-ups. Holly uses a vast “toolbox” of approaches including coaching, experiential activities, and other creative methodologies to work with leaders and organisations. Read Holly’s full biography.

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Dr Pauline Lee

Pauline Lee focuses on assisting senior leaders to develop change strategies that produce extraordinary business outcomes and transform organisational mindset and culture. Over the past 15 years, she has consulted to organisations such as Department of Defence, Department of Health, GM Holden, Shell, Novartis, Department of Treasury and Finance (Victoria), Department of Immigration and Border Protection, South East Water, JAS-ANZ and Clarendon Lawyers, amongst others. She also has held visiting lecturer positions, teaching Organisational Psychology, at the University of Melbourne and University College Dublin. Read Pauline’s full biography.

 
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