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Flexibility @ Work – Introductory Webinar

Overview

Recorded Webinar
Presenters: Ross McIntosh & Annie Gascoyne

 

In this 1-hour webinar, learn about flexibility at work and how this programme, over four modules, can help you and your organisation through the current challenges and beyond.

This webinar aims to introduce you to key ideas and tools, clarifying flexibility and the benefits for developing flexibility in yourself, in others and in your organisations.

We will provide a taste for the modules in this programme, explaining their benefit as standalone modules, or grouped together to provide a coherent, holistic training package.

This introductory webinar is free and open to all, and is especially relevant to those who are interested in leading organisations and their staff towards greater flexibility.

It’s also an opportunity for you to get an insight into Annie and Ross’ delivery style and the way they aim to role model the skills they are sharing and seeking to cultivate.

Your Facilitators

Ross McIntosh

Ross is an organisational and coaching psychologist. As a practitioner, he uses evidence-based psychology in all areas of his portfolio career.

In his research role at City, University of London, Ross designs and deliver Personal Resilience Training for both the public and private sector, based upon Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and wider contextual behavioural science. He lectures in organisational psychology at City, University of London, Goldsmiths and Birkbeck.

He also works part-time as the in-house organisational psychologist for an agency of HM Treasury. Here he focuses on leadership development, psychological flexibility and senior recruitment.

He founded the start-up, People Soup which aims to cultivate psychological flexibility in organisations. He has recently delivered evidence-based training to staff in the NHS, Civil Service, Nectar Loyalty, teachers, a global American bank and a variety of ballet companies including the Birmingham Royal Ballet, Rambert, Scottish Ballet and The Royal Ballet. Most recently he designed and delivered a development workshop for a group of Senior Leaders at a multinational technology company. In 2020 he’s been working on the design and deliver of interventions for specialist paramedics, wellbeing leads in schools and nurses in Uganda.

Prior to his portfolio career, Ross spent over 20 years in Senior HR roles in Government. He holds a BSc (Hons) in psychology from the University of Dundee and Masters degrees in Human Resource Management and Organisational Psychology. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) and also hosts the popular podcast – People Soup – psychology@work.

Twitter https://twitter.com/PeopleSoupPod

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/people.soup/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/peoplesouppod/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ross-mcintosh-261a2a22/

Visit Ross’ website – http://www.rossmcintosh.co.uk/

Hear Annie and Ross in action as they chat in a two-parter on the People Soup Podcast!

Dr Annie Gascoyne

Annie is an organisational psychologist and coach who uses behavioural science to equip people and organisations with skills to achieve their aims, with a greater sense of wellbeing, meaning and purpose.

Annie has over 20 years of experience across a wide range of organisations from multinational corporations through to entrepreneurial start-ups, and from financial services to charities. She has worked as an external consultant and coach, and as an internal manager of people, projects, operations and change.

Annie’s transition to organisational psychology was driven by her desire to help organisations and their people to work together more successfully and healthily. Her doctoral thesis, which researched organisational and psychological flexibility, provides her practice with a leading-edge, evidence-based perspective for improving our world of work.

She is also a visiting lecturer at the Institute of Management Studies (IMS), Goldsmiths University of London, teaching Organisational Behaviour & Health and Assessment & Selection courses on the MSc Occupational Psychology programme.

Connect with Annie on LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/anneligascoyne/