Online Leadership Sessions
A LIFT online leadership session (also called a roundtable) is a space where we work through a proven process to think about leadership values, what they mean to us and how we could strengthen them. We do this by connecting a small group through Zoom and working through a LIFT leadership trait such as Positive Attitude, Determination, or Resilience.
We are running sessions everyday, six times a day and we’re continuously adding more sessions to keep up with demand. Pick a day and time which suits you. Just one session a week will build your leadership muscle. To join simply click the button below and choose a day.
Everyone is welcome! Whether you’re a business owner aiming to increase employee engagement and productivity or a parent striving to connect the family and build harmony in the home. Each of us is a potential leader and can grow these skills on our LIFT roundtables.
LIFT is essential for organisations as the research clearly displays that organisations with strong leadership values perform better. They respond better to crises and bounce back more quickly. (Kiels, 2015; Ivey Business School, 2009). CEO of Digicom, Greg Clark recommends “that all organisations consider living LIFT. It is powerful in its simplicity and the return on time and financial investment is unquestionable”. LIFT online roundtables help organisations build character and leadership in their teams. This leads to increased employee engagement, collaboration and productivity.
LIFT is equally vital for individuals, communities and families. 90% of LIFT participants say that LIFT works in focusing them on values such as Positive Attitude, Innovation and Empathy, especially in challenging times.
We’re better as a team. We’ve better empathy for each other, we’ve better understanding for each other….The team just feels happier, more content. It doesn’t feel as stressful…there are absolute benefits to RSA as we’ve seen it…We are honest about what we tolerate and what we won’t and we’ve become less tolerant of bad behaviour.