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Why do you get out of bed every day? Why do you go to work? When it comes down to it, what’s really important to you?
Understanding what makes you tick can have a transformative impact on your life, improving your sense of agency and leading a more fulfilling life. Understanding what makes those around you tick can have a transformative impact on your relationships, enabling you to communicate and collaborate more effectively.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to map your values and practice communicating them effectively to each other. You’ll examine what happens when your values are compromised, prioritise them, and compare them to your organisation’s values. Finally, you’ll consider how you can increase the chances of fulfilling your values.
Participants may want to bring their notebooks, and something to take pictures with.
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Workshop: Map Your Values: Connect & Collaborate
Steve is a software development manager, coach, and trainer who’s passionate about building high-performing, cross-functional teams, creating great products, and sparking positive change.
After a 27-year career in IT, Tony is now working a development coach, helping people in technology - particularly those transitioning from technical expert to leader - be their best selves and do their best work.