Online, BWA: The Hottest Team Building Trend for 2022

When:
January 18, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
2022-01-18T12:00:00+11:00
2022-01-18T13:00:00+11:00
Where:
ONLINE
Online, BWA: The Hottest Team Building Trend for 2022 @ ONLINE

Join BWA Leaders Jessica Schubert and Lyn Hawkins to explore the hottest Team Building trend for 2022.  This online forum will appeal to every leader, manager, coach and consultant keen to embrace an exciting future building the best teams and the most effective leaders.

As we reset priorities and develop more agile operating models, a deeper understanding of people and behaviour is a must for all team leaders. Change happens at a personal level and we need to equip our people with the knowledge and skills to drive transformation through behaviour. 

Lyn and Jess will share an insight into powerful new methods that can be utilised and adopted to build a people-first mindset into organisations keen to build high performing teams. DISC Flow is predicted to be the hottest leadership and team building tool for 2022, facilitating greater empathy, better communication and behavioural empowerment. Jessica will share exciting case studies of the DISC Flow model in practice.

Hear how to build healthy, productive workplaces with engaged cultures that improve business outcomes in these times of rapid change. Join the conversation and be inspired by the ease at which the tried-and-tested DISC behavioural model, combined with the power of emotional intelligence, can make a positive, long-lasting impact in your organisation:

    • Provide a common language to help teams understand one another and work better together
    • Build on individuals’ strengths and identify opportunities for growth
    • Combine individuals into peak performing teams
    • Reduce conflict and avoid misunderstandings
    • Act as a springboard for conversation and team building

This event begins at:
WA: 9:00 am
NT: 10:30 am
QLD: 11:00 am
SA: 11:30 am
NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS: 12:00 pm

About Jessica Schubert:
Jessica is the Founder and Director of Intact Teams, an Executive and Team Coach and Leadership expert with impressive experience as an international sales director working across both Australian and Asian markets. Having worked in Europe and the Asia Pacific for over a decade Jessica has accumulated a wealth of international business experience. Her career has spanned Germany, Australia, and New Zealand, as well as managing cross-cultural teams in Asia. Born near Cologne in Germany and educated in Business, English and French, Jessica has lived and worked in 6 different countries and spent most of her last 17 years in New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. Her industry experience ranges from hospitality to real estate and education, working with people and helping teams to be the best they can. Helping businesses to grow and transform, operationally as well as in business development, always has been front and centre of what Jessica does well.

About Lyn Hawkins:
Lyn is the National Director of Business Women Australia and a management consultant with a focus on business growth, marketing and cultural transformation. She has held senior roles with KPMG, HHG Legal Group, HLB Mann Judd and Telstra, in addition to General Management roles with technology-based businesses. As a Principal of a successful consulting practice Lyn works predominantly with professional services firms (legal, accounting and technology) and executive teams developing and implementing business development strategies.

About Business Women Australia:

BWA brings together business women from all sectors, industries and states;

    • Business owners and entrepreneurs
    • Executives and managers
    • Professionals
    • Women on boards
    • Emerging leaders
    • Women who desire growth and high level connections

Business Women Australia is focused on key areas of development;

    • Leadership
    • Business Improvement
    • Personal and Professional Growth
    • Connections and Friendship

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