Employment Law Conference: Building Better Teams: The Psychology of Success

How do organisations measure success? What does success look like? How can HR help to achieve a successful workforce.

We often hear that someone is “not performing” or is “not successful” but how do we define success? What does success look like for your organisation? How can organisations engage their workforce – be it through their policies and processes, their management teams or through coaching or mentoring – to engage and encourage staff to deliver and achieve success.

We measure how profitable a business is in monetary terms - but how do we measure the success of its people? What makes a successful team? What is the psychology of success - is it a "perpetual mind-set"? What are the roadblocks to success and how can we break them down? Join us for a conference focusing on high level and strategic issues - a must for HR Directors, directors, managers, senior HR leaders and business partners.

Also, be inspired by our key note speaker, Jonathan Smith PhD, ParalympicGB Performance Psychologist and MD of Adaptivemind Consultancy.

Over the past 10 years Jonathan has worked with athletes, coaches and teams to help them achieve success and to enjoy what they do. This has included working with the management, coaches and athletes of the most successful ParalympicGB Team in Rio, the England Women's Rugby Team, Commonwealth Clay Pigeon Shooters, GB Slalom Canoeists and currently, Olympic and Paralympic Sprint Canoeists. Hear how success in the world of elite team sports can translate into your workplaces, making them more successful. Find out how to create positive change within the organisation which helps people be the best they can be and to enjoy the process of getting there!

This is a networking opportunity and a chance to meet lawyers from Boyes Turner.

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