Effective Business Partnering (3 of 4) - Overcoming hurdles
Tipping point – getting there and then going over
Apr 30Tue 10:30 AM AEST - Tue 11:30 AM AEST Online
- $180.00 incl. GST
- PD hours: 1
This is the third in a series of 4 webinars which will explore the various elements required to become an effective business partner.
In this session, Gavin Freeman will tackle the various hurdles we either create for ourselves or are placed in our way. By changing the narrative we move from a problem-focused mindset “the problem is..” to a solution-focused mindset, “the hurdle I need to overcome is..”
Hurdles are explored using real life examples within a tipping point model.
We explain why overcoming hurdles requires you to:
• develop a deeper understanding of their aetiology and how we redefine them
• apply the right mindset
• understand the motivational and cognitive drivers at play
• create a solution-based environment
Attendees will gain both a conceptual and behavioural understanding of the Business Partnering Capability Model. This will be achieved by exploring a variety of lenses that can be applied to any situation to demonstrate how fresh perspectives lead to innovative solutions.
Gavin Freeman is the Director of Business Olympian. His background is diverse as it is unique – He is a fully registered psychologist with experience in both the sporting and corporate world. He has held a director’s position within a large consulting company as well as an internal head of HR. His 14 years of experience in human capital consulting has been with blue-chip organisations across numerous industries.
Gavin was also the team psychologist for the Winter Olympic Team in Torino 2006 and the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games. The 2003 Tongan World Cup Rugby Team has also been a highlight. He is a regular contributor to a variety of TV, Radio and Print media agencies and an in-demand conference keynote speaker.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint Presentation slide deck
• Any Supporting Documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter