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WISH Training: Office Politics: A new way of managing conflict

Tuesday 10th December 2024

1:30pm - 2:30pm

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WISH Training: Office Politics: A new way of managing conflict

WISH Training: Office Politics: A new way of managing conflict

Date: Tuesday 10th December

Time: 1.30-2.30pm Via Zoom

(1 hour lunch and learn webinar - FREE)


For anyone currently managing a team, department or group of people at any level.

Step into a transformative exploration with this one-hour webinar, "Office Politics: A New Way of Managing Conflict." Tailored for individuals overseeing teams, departments, or groups at any level, this session offers a fresh perspective by focusing on the groundbreaking concept of cultivating psychological safety within your team. In the ever-evolving landscape of office dynamics, mastering the art of conflict management becomes paramount, and this webinar is designed to equip you with innovative approaches that center around building a foundation of trust and openness.

Join our in-house facilitator and business psychology consultant Hayley Gillard as she unveils strategies to redefine office politics, shifting the paradigm towards fostering an environment where team members feel psychologically safe to express their opinions, share ideas, and embrace constructive conflict. 


Your Host

Hayley Gillard

Combine enthusiasm, creative thinking, and emotional intelligence, and you have Hayley Gillard. As Managing Director at Compassionate Leaders, Hayley helps organisations build psychological safety to create confident and fulfilled staff that are committed to achieving the organisation’s mission and living its values. She is an empowering facilitator, engaging trainer, and skilful leadership coach. Hayley’s degrees in Business and Psychology enable her to combine understanding of people’s thoughts and behaviours with an appreciation for their work environment. She has further developed her range of practical skills by gaining qualifications in leadership management, coaching and mental health. Hayley has applied her knowledge and skills to many different contexts and challenges. For example, she has supported one of The Times Top 100 UK’s Fastest Growing Companies to unite staff across the whole organisation in its purpose, vision and operations. She trained aspiring leaders from a national housing association to perform well in a high-pressure environment. This programme was shortlisted in the ASCP Safety and Compliance national awards. She has also helped a global male-dominated organisation to develop actions that will deliver its gender equality mission in locations around the world.

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