November 4, 2019 news headline:  McDonalds CEO forced to resign over love relationship with employee.  November 12, 2019; McDonalds CHRO quits.  2017 was the year of “Me Too movement” and October 07 this year, BBC Eye released a documentary on investigation of sexual harassment in West African tertiary Institutions.

These events put a lid on the career and in some cases, took a chunk out of their reputation.  Organisations no longer need to actively bring down an individual, some leaders are doing great bringing themselves down believing they are different and not subject to human frailties that beset us all.  These leaders forget that exercising leadership is a personal activity that is intellectually, emotionally, physically and in many ways spiritually challenging.  That our behaviours matter as much as business results.

Humans all have hungers which are expressions of human needs.  But when unchecked, they disrupt our capacity to act wisely and purposefully.  The work of leaders in organisations is tasking and provides a context or environment that exaggerates or amplifies a need to the point that it renders us vulnerable and short circuits our mechanisms for self regulation.   We all have a need to some degree of power and control, affirmation and importance as well as intimacy and sexual pleasure.  We get into trouble when lose the personal discipline to fulfill them appropriately and manage them productively.

In this session, we will explore these hungers (human needs) and how leaders bring themselves down when they have strong unchecked hungers that are inadequately and improperly met.  Getting caught up in the adrenaline pumping actions of running an organization and losing wisdom and self-discipline allows these hungers to slip out of control.  We will work through how to anchor ourselves in our purpose and how we can distinguish self from role.

Topics Covered

  • Exploring the 3 Hungers: Power, Affirmation and Intimacy
  • 10 Temptations
  • Managing Your Hungers
  • Anchoring Self
  • Avoiding Dignity Violations

Who Should Attend

▪ Business Leaders
▪ Human Resources Leaders

Date: December 6, 2019
Time: 9am – 12pm

Fee: NGN15,000 till November 25th, NGN20,000 thereafter. Includes Certificate of Participation
Venue: Twin Waters, Water Corporation Drive, Victoria Island Extension, Lagos
Registration Deadline: November 28, 2019

Payment Details
Name of Bank: Zenith Bank
Account Name: Kendor Consulting
Bank Account Number: 1012509660

For more information call us on 01-342 5779, 0705 549 7357 or send an email to info@kendorconsulting.com.

Reserve your seat by registering below.

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