Leaders have an important role to play, but often the synchronicity of teams is the real secret of high performance

 

What role do leaders play in achieving and maintaining high performance? How do leaders help teams get in sync and stay there? Take one group of experienced singers; give them a difficult piece of music that they have never sung before, with no assigned team leader; and watch what happens.

 

Dr Harrison will explore how musicians work with each other, acknowledging a conductor’s “lead” but also deploying other mechanisms to get and stay in sync. The audience will also be invited to participate in some interactive exercises to experience for themselves how synchronicity emerge.

 

 

 

Schedule

 

14:00 – Registration opens (with afternoon tea)

14:30 – Event starts

15:30 – Event close

 

 

About the event

 

The seminar is open for anyone to attend

Spaces are limited and tickets are non-transferable so registration is essential so please use the Register button above to confirm your attendance

Please note once the main room is full you will be directed to an overflow room to watch the a livesream of the event, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment

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