Office Politics for Managers lunch and learn in Kenya

In the fast-paced world of Kenyan business, navigating office politics is often as critical to success as mastering technical skills. From the bustling offices of Nairobi to the serene workplaces in Kisumu, the dynamics of office politics can profoundly influence career trajectories and organisational outcomes. Against this backdrop, the “Office Politics for Managers” lunch and learn session offers a unique opportunity for leaders to unravel the complexities of office dynamics, equip themselves with essential strategies, and foster environments conducive to productivity and growth.

Join us for an enlightening discussion where we delve into the nuances of office politics, exploring how managers can navigate power dynamics, build alliances, and mitigate conflicts effectively. Through interactive workshops, real-world case studies, and practical insights, attendees will gain the knowledge and confidence needed to lead their teams through the intricacies of office politics, fostering a culture of transparency, trust, and collaboration in Kenya’s diverse workplace landscape. Whether you’re a seasoned manager or an emerging leader, this lunch and learn session promises to empower you with the tools to navigate office politics with finesse and lead your team to success.

Talk Objectives:

  1. Understanding the dynamics of office politics:
    Provide an overview of the various power structures, alliances, and behaviours that shape office politics in Kenyan workplaces.
  2. Identifying key players and influencers:
    Help managers identify individuals within their organisation who hold significant sway and influence over decision-making processes.
  3. Developing strategies for navigating power dynamics:
    Equip managers with techniques to navigate power dynamics, assert influence effectively, and build strategic alliances.
  4. Managing conflict and resolving disputes:
    Offer strategies for managing conflicts and resolving disputes diplomatically, maintaining team cohesion and productivity.
  5. Building trust and credibility:
    Discuss the importance of cultivating trust and credibility among team members and stakeholders to navigate office politics successfully.
  6. Communicating effectively:
    Provide guidance on how to communicate with transparency, clarity, and empathy to build rapport and influence others positively.
  7. Setting boundaries and maintaining integrity:
    Empower managers to establish clear boundaries, uphold ethical standards, and avoid engaging in manipulative or unethical behaviours.
  8. Creating a positive and inclusive work culture:
    Explore strategies for fostering a positive work culture that values diversity, collaboration, and mutual respect, mitigating the negative impacts of office politics.
  9. Leading by example:
    Encourage managers to lead by example, demonstrating fairness, integrity, and professionalism in their actions and decisions.
  10. Evaluating and adapting strategies:
    Encourage reflection and self-assessment to evaluate the effectiveness of office politics strategies and make necessary adjustments to achieve desired outcomes.

Seize the opportunity to master the intricacies of office politics and lead your team to success by joining us for the Office Politics for Managers lunch and learn session. Sign up now to gain valuable insights, practical strategies, and actionable tips that will empower you to navigate office dynamics with confidence and finesse.

Don’t miss out on this chance to enhance your leadership skills and foster a positive work environment in Kenya’s competitive corporate landscape. Reserve your spot today and take the first step towards becoming a more effective and influential manager.

More Information:

Duration: 60 minutes

Fees: $1899.97  USD 661.00

For more information please contact us at: contact@knowlesti.co.ke

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