More About The Workshop
This Management Series, which happens on two days, over two weeks, touches upon all the same ideas, theories, insights and strategies as our standard Leadership workshop (detailed below). The additional value comes from the depth and specificity of the exploration that follows. Facilitated by our specially trained faculty – the participants will be able to consider how the learnings can be applied to their roles, their teams, and their company’s culture, sharing their concerns and their experiences with the group.
In these two x 1.5 hour workshops, we will:
- Discuss the overall nature of leadership and how it has changed through history.
- Take a realistic look at some of the trials of leadership, and how to tackle them.
- Develop a more compassionate approach to ourselves to improve our relationships with others.
- Learn to communicate clear purpose to clients and colleagues.
- Build a more productive workforce by demonstrating trust in employees or team members.
- Reflect on your relationship with the people you manage: examining areas where greater trust and mutual respect can be found and how that can transform your business.
What characterises mastery of this skill?
Employees with good leadership skills possess good understanding about their own strengths and weaknesses. They are able to build a team that compensates for their blind spots and they seek out regular feedback, taking time to adapt their behaviour. At the same time, good leaders demonstrate trust in their team and are self-compassionate.
What characterises a lack of this skill?
Employees who are new to management or lack leadership skills may act impulsively, unpredictably or unreliably. They might be too nice or lenient and struggle with team members questioning their authority, or they might be prone to micromanage. Those who struggle to lead can also become irritable and pass on their feelings of pressure to others.
You must attend both workshops, the dates are:
– 5th July, 10:00am – 11.30am BST
– 12th July, 10:00am – 11.30am BST
“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
We currently offer a variety of online Virtual Programmes, these include: Classes, Workshops, Special Events, Friend Conversation Evenings and Professional Workshops. For more information and a full, up-to-date list of our London virtual programme, please visit the Events section of our website, where you can browse by event theme or format, or our Calendar, where you can browse by date.
The price depends on the format, length and number of attendees. At the time of writing, most of our UK events are priced as follows. Please check our website for up-to-date pricing information for specific events.
- Virtual Classes – £40 Friends / £55 Standard*
- Virtual One-Day Workshops – £99 Friends / £135 Standard*
- Virtual Professional Workshops – £80 Friends / £90 Standard*
- Special Events – from £15*
- Virtual Conversations – £10 Standard / Selected events free for Friends*
*Plus booking fee
We offer a 10% ticket price reduction on virtual events under £60 for Students with valid ID, over-65’s, un-waged and people with disabilities. To claim your discount please email [email protected] for the codes to use at checkout. Please note that we may ask for your ID for proof of eligibility before we issue the code.
Our current virtual classes, workshops, conversations and events are hosted on Zoom. Once you have purchased your ticket you will receive an email the day before the event with all the essential information you will need including the Zoom invitation link and password. Please make sure you have given us your correct email address. If you have brought a ticket on the behalf of another person please make sure you forward them the email if you have not provided the other attendees email. Please note that our London classroom is currently closed.
Virtual Classes last two and a half hours. The first 15-30 minutes is for on-boarding (to join and connect to Zoom) and an icebreaker, followed by a two-hour class, with a short break.
Currently we offer morning and evening weekday and weekend classes. Please visit our Calendar where you can browse by date. The evening classes generally run from 18:30 to 21:00 GMT/BST, the morning classes from 9:30 to 12:00 GMT/BST. Please note it is your responsibility to double-check whether you are booking a morning or evening class at the time of booking. We cannot be held responsible if you mistakenly book a morning class instead of an evening class (or vice versa) and are then not able to attend on the day due to other commitments. To find out more about our ticket transfer, exchange or refund policy please see Cancellations, Transfers and Exchanges.
The easiest way to book a ticket for any of our UK virtual events is to visit the events section of our website here, You can book and pay online. An e-ticket will be issued to you by email (via Eventbrite). Please enter your details, especially your email address, carefully – we cannot be responsible for you not receiving your ticket because you have failed to enter your email address correctly. If you are having problems booking online, please email [email protected]. To book events at our international campuses, please use the drop-down menu in the top-right corner of this page.
Yes, simply select each event you wish to attend and add it to your shopping basket. All selected events will be there at the checkout.
Yes, you can book more than one ticket for each event. When booking you can assign any additional tickets to your friends and provide their name and contact details. To find out more about our transfer policy on existing tickets, please see Cancellations, Transfers and Exchanges.
Yes, you are able to amend or add the names of each individual that you have bought tickets for. If you did not do this at checkout please select the ‘manage/edit’ option in your confirmation email to add these details.
We aim to provide all information about the start time/location of our events on our website and e-tickets at the time of booking. In the unlikely event this has not been possible, we will email you prior to the event with this information. Please make sure you have given us your correct email address.
You are not required to have read anything before the event. The essential information email that you receive before the class contains a workbook which accompanies the class. If you have a printed you may want to print the workbook, however, you can also have it downloaded on your desktop and you can edit the PDF.
Yes, it’s called The School of Life Friends. You can find out more and purchase membership here.
The School of Life is dedicated to supporting participants to explore life’s big questions. We do so in a virtual classroom environment. For more information about private therapy sessions, please see the Therapy section of our website.