Webinar: Contender or Pretender - Find a job you love or love the job you’ve found – it’s an H&S issue

02/04/2019 07:00pm to 7:40pm

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In the red corner is the brash pretender - or at least their suit jacket is - draped permanently over the back of their desk chair and earning them plaudits for working late. In the blue corner there is you - consistently delivering a good performance but now looking to really land the punches, just not sure that you have the energy. Are you having a near-life experience?

Wouldn't it be great if you wanted to run into work on Monday mornings? It would not feel like work then, would it? As an emerging Leader, can you lead and manage in a VUCA world?*

It's not a question of what you should do but what you could be?
In NZ, Mike Fiszer contends that this is "The H&S Issue of the Decade".

Mike will share
  • How to find a leadership job you live and love.
  • Give you an understanding of why we can’t always be the perfect leader or find the perfect job just by using our intellect
  • Share client insights into blending values, purpose and passion in leader
  • Disarm Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
  • Discover your identity and purpose as a leader
  • Synchronise your professional and personal goals
  • Blend creativity and content
*VUCA – Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity

Bio of Presenter:

Mike Fiszer is a business psychologist and Director of Professional Leadership Practice at Massey University Business School. He has coached and mentored hundreds of people from all types and sizes of organisations asking the contender or pretender question. He headed a six TV programme series in Ireland, titled “No experience required”. It gave individuals an opportunity to explore their talents and what they really value in order to excel in a series of highly desirable jobs. He takes a strengths-based, positive psychology approach to all his development work and has now designed and delivered 6 cohorts through two level 9 Masters programmes in Advanced Leadership Practice in NZ and Europe.www.massey.ac.nz/MALP Having worked in industries as diverse as retail, hospitality, oil, scientific equipment, pharmaceuticals and with organisations that include the BBC, Johnson & Johnson, Diageo, Dell, IBM, The Polish Film Institute, Glaxo SmithKine and Sun Microsystems, he is in a prime position to give us a view on what it takes to be a Contende