Ngaging your team for success

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Posted by APM on 6th Jun 2014

Looking up at the Radio One studio in the new BBC building delegates from the London branch area joined Nick Fewings and Brian Hayes on a journey of Ngaging your team for success

Long gone are the days of transactional leadership, where it was good enough to see success as achieving a good increase in the P&L or ensuring the project came in under budget. Organisations are realising that whilst this approach achieved short-term success, it was not sustainable and invariably staff became disillusioned, did not give their all and ultimately left.

Great organisations have leaders who achieve success through transformational leadership, providing their teams with a clear strategic vision and objectives, an inspiring journey of how to get there and wear their hearts on their sleeve and are honest in their behaviours, both in good and bad times.

In this presentation, Nick Fewings, MD of Ngagementworks will provide an overview of a colour-model of human behaviour that he uses when working with clients globally to engage individuals and motivate teams to help them achieve greater success, whether they be leadership, operational or project teams.

Ably assisted by Brian who was able to give an insight on how the colour model is applied in his work place and how this helps develop the team and its delivery capability throughout a project.

The event was preceded by the London branch AGM where the following committee members were elected:

John Chrastek, Peter Chana, Kevin Read, Mike Wallace, Katie Williams, Richard Fanning, Dilip Dholiwar, Martin Savage and Anthony Onobanjo. Simon Firth stood down from the committee after an 8 year spell as a volunteer in several different roles and as a special thank you for his contribution to the success of the branch John Chrastek, the current chairman presented him with an engraved pen.

Nick's presentation can be seen below:

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