Fostering a performance dialogue work culture revolves around collaborative relationship-building. Authentic collaboration, defined as respecting self and others while working on a shared goal, is an art, skill and science. It’s a win-win way of interacting that brings out the best within and among people. As a relationship intelligence, how we collaborate can make or break leadership and team success. That said, why is the practice of collaboration so challenging in everyday work life, especially during performance dialogue? What are the blocks and enablers to cultivating healthy collaborative relationships? How can we ramp up our collaboration skills so we become more effective and impactful? This interactive, experiential workshop lead by speaker Elizabeth Soltis supports HR professionals in practicing authentic collaboration as a potent lever to unleashing self-empowerment and people talent within our organizations.
6:30 PM - Welcome and Speaker Introduction
6:35 PM - Speaker Presentation including group activities, review and learning reflection
8:00 PM - Event Concludes
Registration closes: September 27, 2021 at 8:00 AM.
Registration Difficulties or Questions?: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator Bobbi-Lyn Smith at BLSmith@hrpa.ca
1) To introduce the vision of authentic collaboration and how this practice supports effective performance dialogue.
2) To discuss why relationship intelligence matters in the workplace and beyond.
3) To practice the art of authentic collaboration as a vehicle to healthy relationships and a respectful, vibrant work culture.
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