'10 Minute Tip' by Anna Hemmings MBE OLY - Resilient Leadership Expert - 8am to 10am
Anna Hemmings MBE OLY will reveal tips to help you bring your best leadership self to these challenging and uncertain times. You’ll learn how to be a more effective leader under pressure using the 4 elements that resilient leaders need to have impact
Anna Hemmings MBE OLY is an Olympian & World Champion, Inspirational Speaker, Leadership Training Consultant and Executive Coach.
Anna is adept at translating the lessons that she learned from sporting success into the business world. Anna has developed a reputation for helping individuals and their teams unlock potential by breaking down all the barriers that prevent change and improvement.
In 2009 Anna founded training consultancy Beyond the Barriers and now works globally as a training consultant developing leaders and teams.
Anna is an Executive coach and a leading expert in the fields of leadership and resilience. Anna helps individuals and teams develop their skills, attitudes and behaviours to perform at their very best. Anna works with leaders helping them to build resilience to sustain high performance despite the many demands and pressures they face.
As an award winning sportswoman, Anna Hemming is best known as Britain’s most successful ever female kayaker, a two time Olympian and 6 times World Champion. Anna’s unique combination of experience in sport combined with 10 years leading a successful training consultancy gives her a broad understanding of the challenges that individuals, teams and leaders face and how to overcome them to maximise performance.
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Anna Hemmings MBE OLY will share 4 top tips on how you can become a resilient leader
1. Clarity of Direction:
Having a vision and a realistic strategy for the future, communicating effectively to align people to your vision and having the determination to keep going in the face of adversity. This ensures that people know where they are going and why they are going there and this is motivational, particularly in the face of adversity.
2. Leadership Presence:
You have “presence” even when you’re not in the room – people know what you would say, what actions and decisions you would want them to make when you are not there; this could not be more crucial when teams are operating in a virtual world.
You have presence as a leader when you are clear on your values and this is demonstrated never more so than in times of crisis. Are you clear on your values, do you live them and allow them to guide your actions and inform your decisions?
Developing awareness of yourself and other’s strengths, areas of development and motives as well as an understanding of what takes you and your team from pressure to stress and how to rebalance. With this awareness, everyone, including you, works at their best, resulting in higher productivity and motivation through challenging times
4. Resilient Decision Making:
When you build the skills for resilient decision making you will make the right decision, at the right time, with the right people in the right place. Your decision making will be creative, robust and versatile and you will have the best chance of making good decisions under pressure.