Leadership within the context of organisational climate and culture

Date:
Tuesday 9 March 2010

Time:
6pm for 6.30pm

Speaker:
Derek Dann

Venue:
Room HC 021, Herbert Colins Building, Southampton Solent University, SO14 0RD | Directions and maps at www.solent.ac.uk

Joint with the BCS Hampshire Branch, Southampton Solent University, BCSWomen SG, and the BCS Consultancy SG.

You may well hesitate to book yet another event on the subject of leadership; however, the ubiquity of the topic is surely proof that it’s something UK plc still needs to address. It remains a hot topic for the Chartered Institute of Management and the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development whilst the National School of Government sees it as a priority within government and the wider public sector.

In this 90-minute interactive session we’ll:

  • Develop your understanding of the building blocks of leadership
  • Develop your understanding of the attributes of a great leader
  • Differentiate between organisational climate and culture
  • Develop your understanding of organisational climate and the leader’s impact on it and look briefly at leadership styles
  • Embed your understanding during a Knowledge Cafe.

Derek Dann

Derek is a mature, energetic consultant who combines extensive best practice general management, change management and personal development skills and experience with exacting standards and a fine eye for detail. He’s a self-starter with robust organisational skills and is strongly process orientated, having developed and implemented robust procedures and tools within management, learning & development, financial and planning disciplines for a number of diverse organisations. He’s experienced in the application of Emotional Intelligence to facilitate performance improvement across organisations, departments, teams and individuals.

Derek is a former President of Portsmouth and South East Hampshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry where he chaired its Executive Board and Policy Council and remains a member of the latter. He’s also a former member and chair of South East Hampshire Young Enterprise Area Executive Board. He’s a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, a Member of the Institute of Directors and a qualified performance improvement coach.

This event is free, open to all , but please book through the BCS website, www.bcs.org/events/registration both for BCS members and Non-members for arranging refreshments, and particularly as the numbers are limited.

Presentation (PDF)