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Demolishing Barriers to Success through Collaboration 2019

Tuesday 5 February @ 10:00am - 4:30pm

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The foundation for robust and effective collaboration relies on both the operating processes and the interactions of the parties involved. Building a collaborative enterprise will be critical to future business success. This workshop will help you to understand how collaboration can unlock the potential within and across business to create sustainable and resilient organisations.

Objectives

  • Understand the fundamental principles of collaboration
  • Understand the drivers for collaboration
  • Apply a framework for effective collaboration
  • Explore what collaboration could contribute to your own organisational challenges
  • Identify and understand your stakeholders
  • Examine the implications for the value chain
  • Understand how to take the next steps

Who should attend

This workshop is aimed at executives and senior managers wanting to learn more about collaborative business relationships and how it can be applied successfully in their organisations whatever the size or sector.

Workshop includes

  • Understanding whether collaboration is for you and the leadership implications
  • A way of thinking about organisations, collaboration and behaviours
  • A generic framework for collaboration and how to tailor this to your own needs
  • A top level analysis of your key stakeholders and the implications
  • How to create collaboration within and across organisations
  • Identify and sustain new capabilities and performance
  • Where to start – some techniques that will help and traps to avoid
  • The implications for your business and planning next steps

Details

Date:
Tuesday 5 February
Time:
10:00am - 4:30pm
Member Price
£ 125 +VAT
Non-member Price
£ 249 +VAT
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Presenter

Presenter
Eirian Lewis
Presenter Note

Eirian Lewis is the Managing Director of TEAL Consulting, with over thirty years’ experience in business improvement and change.  His focus is directed at helping organisations think differently, facilitating strategic thinking, co-creating change and business improvement in the private and public sector He has considerable experience in designing programmes that concentrate on creating individual, team and organisational effectiveness.

He has been a Senior EFQM Assessor with the Wales Quality Centre, and is one of the custodians for the Windsor Leadership Dialogue.

Venue

3rd Floor, 53 New Broad Street
London, EC2M 1JJ United Kingdom
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Phone:
020 7654 5000
Website:
www.bqf.org.uk