Your potential (squared)
This course gives deep insights into what delegates’ personal potential is and very importantly how to reach it. In other words, self competency, which is the beginning of self-leadership
Working In An Awakened Company
Saffron Baggallay focuses on how global change might impact people’s productivity inside your business, specifically in terms of how they think, feel and behave.
Business’ Big Five
In this keynote – Saffron discusses the 5 biggest challenges our businesses are facing today.
- How will your business deal with an increasingly unskilled and entitled workforce, that will make up the majority of the workforce by 2020 ?
- How is your business going to create a distinction for itself in an over-crowded market
- How are is your business going to add value to your ever-more demanding consumer?
- How are you going to remain authentic and in the forefront of market demands?
- How, in the face of change, is your business going to stay nimble and adaptable?
The Enneagram: What’s your Style?
(what makes you distinct at work?)
What if there was a way for teams and organizations to work collaboratively and effectively?
Imagine a team where each member responded insightfully to one another’s best intensions, where each member has access to knowledge that would allow them to self-observe their own style-filters rather than take things personally. This level of emotional and social intelligence is imperative in a diverse and complex work-world. Imagine a tool that can provide a way for each person to access their super-power so that everybody’s strengths can be showcased to clients and appreciated by the team.
The Power of the Herd
What is social intelligence? It is our ability to navigate complex social relationships and environments and most importantly to manage social change. Horses’ evolutionary survival in the wild has depended on their social intelligence and most importantly their ability to ‘work as a herd’ because a horse cannot survive alone. This inspirational keynote draws on Saffron’s own relationship with one of her horses, which acts as a metaphor for the lessons in leadership and social intelligence that she has learned from this partnership.