North West Business Breakfast: How Are You Feeling Today?
How much does your mood affect your day? Do you notice it? Do others?
Join us at the next Alliance Manchester Business School North West Business Breakfast with Guest Speaker: Siân Taylor – leadership and executive coach.
Friday 6th November 2020
9:30am – 11:00am (UK)
Via Zoom: Login details given when registered for this event
In this interactive session we will look at how we can take notice of how we’re feeling, what frame of mind this puts us in, and how that affects our work and the people we interact with. Also in this session you will have an opportunity to explore how our current circumstances might be affecting you, your output and the people around you. And how you take this into account to still get the outcomes you want.
About Speaker: Siân is a leadership and executive coach. She has a particular interest in working with renowned professional experts expand and deepen their leadership capability and capacity.
Siân first arrived in Manchester to complete her PhD in Biological Science. Following a short stint as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at The (Victoria) University of Manchester, she spent 10 years in early stage drug discovery working for a large pharmaceutical company before returning to academia in research management roles. Her roles have given her a breadth of opportunity to develop as a manager and leader, and she recognises some of the most difficult challenges someone can face are those they feel they have to face alone. These are the people Siân works with, offering a supportive and stretching environment, helping them to work through their challenges and flourish as leaders.
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