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How behavioural science can support the cultivation of authentic leadership
February 6 at 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree – £18.00
Speaker: Ross McIntosh, Organisational and Coaching Psychologist
Leadership can be a heady mix of people, behaviour, events and challenges. Ross will illustrate how practical skills from contextual behavioural science can support leaders to enhance their awareness, authentic action and adaptability.
These portable, core leadership skills can help leaders
• Find direction in turbulent times,
• Reduce worry and rumination outside of work,
• and enhance their well-being.
He’ll invite you to practice these skills during the webinar, to help you get a sense of how they might be useful. These skills can help us get perspective in any area of life and show up as the person we’d like to be a bit more often.
Ross is an organisational and coaching psychologist. His specialism is the application of Contextual Behavioural Science (CBS) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in the workplace.
In working with individuals he seeks to support the cultivation of awareness, authentic action and adaptability. With teams, his aim is to enhance cooperation and collaboration.
For the last 8 years Ross has been part of a Research/Practitioner Partnership with Dr Paul Flaxman at City, University of London, who is a globally recognised authority on the application of ACT at work. His clients include over 20 NHS Trusts, HM Treasury, Ministry of Justice, Teachers, Hedge Fund Managers, Global Tech, Diageo and professional ballet dancers.
He is the creator and host of the People Soup Podcast which aims to unlock workplace potential with expert insights from Contextual Behavioural Science. People Soup has a strong global following and is ranked as one of the top 2.5% podcasts globally (listennotes.com).