Mojo Meet Ups are informal gatherings of like-minded leaders who come together to support each other, share ideas, be inspired and in turn inspire others and have a bit of fun; all while gaining further insights into how we might thrive as leaders. In our research with leaders, we have been told, by women leaders in particular, that they feel isolated and lack a support network of peers that they can turn to in challenging times or indeed in times of opportunity. Our intention is that Mojo Meet Ups will start to provide that support network that we can all call on to both enhance our development as leaders and be a source of much needed advice and understanding in our times of need.
May 2018 Mojo Meet Up - Exploring the True Potential of Our Relationships
As women, we are good at relationships, right? We are good at building them and we often put them first before other important issues. We are glad to be of service to others and are quick to others help when we see the need. But how often do we give others the opportunity to help us? How often do we reach out and ask others to do something for us? Research shows that women are strong at building relationships but we lag behind men when it comes to leveraging those relationships to our advantage. At our May Mojo Meet Up we are going to explore how we can turn our relationships into healthy flows of good will and good actions - where we can engage in mutual exchanges of benefits that lift up all involved. Come and join with your fellow leaders to explore how you can unleash the true potential of your relationships in the relaxed and inspiring environment of our May Mojo Meet Up. Teas, coffees and nibbles will be served from 6-6.15pm. Activities run from 6:15 to 8pm. Spaces are limited so book early. Click here to reserve your ticket now.
April 2018 Mojo Meet Up - Mastering the Conversations that Matter
Conversations are how we build relationships, negotiate deals, motivate employees, make an impact on critical stakeholders or simply show our love and respect for each other. All conversations matter and some prove to matter a great deal. On Thursday, 12th of April, we gathered to engage in some powerful conversations ourselves in the beautiful environs of the Hayfield Manor. We learned some simple techniques to make our conversations more successful such as dropping the word "but" from our vocabulary and replacing it with "and" - not as easy as it might seem but very effective for collaboration and negotiation. We also learned, thanks to the wonderful way Betty O'Callaghan has of translating these concepts into plain English, how a little understanding of neuroscience and the role our primitive and more advanced brain can play in shaping the experiences we have in conversations with each other. I think it is fair to say that we all left richer and wiser having had some warm and eye-opening conversations with each other and having strengthened the silken threads that form our web of supportive and inspirational peers!
January 2018 Mojo Meet Up - The Power of 'Yes'
We often hear we have got to learn to say 'No' but what about learning to use the word 'Yes' more effectively in your life? Well that is what we examined at our January Mojo Meet Up with another group of wise, courageous and funny women. Click here to read more about the night.
May 2017 Mojo Meet Up - The Confidence Conundrum
The "Confidence Conundrum" - The minute we mentioned the topic of our May Mojo Meet Up to people we got a resounding "yes please, I could do with figuring that one out". It is something that seems to pose a challenge for most of us women, even though we have evidence in abundance that we have all the capability we need to fulfill our roles. Read on here to discover how we unravelled the conundrum on the night.
January 2017 Mojo Meet Up - Caring for Ourselves as Leaders
We ran our first Mojo Meet Up in January in Brocade & Lime where we had a packed house and, with the help of the wonderful Ann O’Mahony of AHR, we looked at the topic of “caring for ourselves as leaders”. Click here to read more about it.
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