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|Subject||REMINDER - 24/11 - BCCT HALF-DAY WORKSHOP - LEADING AND MANAGING PEOPLE THROUGH CHANGE|
BCCT HALF-DAY WORKSHOP: Leading and managing people through change
Driving change can be regarded as a leader’s ultimate test. Change is feared, and often resisted, because it disrupts people’s sense of reality and feeling of security. In this program we explore the role of leadership in driving and implementing effective change. We will explore how the brain responds to change and introduce practical strategies that leaders can use to create certainty, inspire and engage people to adopt change
Who is it for?
What you learn
Date: Thursday 24th November 2022
Time: 2:00 – 5:30pm
Venue: BCCT Office, 23rd Floor, M-Thai Tower, All Seasons Place on Wireless Road (BTS: Ploenchit exit 5)
Cost: THB 2,500 net per person. Price includes workshop material and coffee break.
Booking: To reserve your seat, please click HERE
Parking: free for first hour with parking stamp, next hour at THB 50 per hour at guest's own account.
About the Facilitator
Paul Marks is the Managing Director and lead facilitator of Change Works – a company that helps leaders and teams upskill for the future. A keen entrepreneur and ultra-runner, with over 25 years in international business and leadership, Paul has facilitated leadership and team development programs for thousands of professionals, across 55 countries.
Making the connection between neuroscience, leadership and team performance, he endeavours to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills to thrive in age of exponential change and disruption.
Paul is known for delivering engaging and highly interactive programmes with a positive energy. He is also a PCC-accredited Executive Coach with experience coaching high- level business leaders in several countries, and is involved in training up new coaches.
He has many professional qualifications to his name, including one from the Executive Leadership Program with Oxford University. Paul is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Applied Neuroscience from Kings College London.