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  • Achieving Peak Performance in Challenging Times Workshop
    and tactics to help individuals perform under pressure Help managers get the best from their people Recruit more effectively around these key criteria You maybe eligible for up to 50 funding towards the cost of this mental toughness workshop Click on the link for more information Our Mental Toughness Programmes Broadly the content will include Understanding mental toughness What is mental toughness Putting stressors and challenges into context Tools and techniques for managing stressors and challenges Tools and techniques for coping with stressors and challenges Understanding fatigue and its role in managing pressure Team toughness the role of teams in managing stressors and challenges Creating plans that work for developing Mental Toughness Mental Toughness Questionnaire 48 MTQ 48 Research carried out by Call of the Wild s partners AQR and Dr Peter Clough of Hull University has resulted in the development of a reliable and valid questionnaire MTQ48 MTQ48 provides a reliable and quick assessment of an individual s ability to withstand pressure in a range of environments It measures mental toughness in terms of four core components Control Challenge Commitment Confidence What is Mental Toughness An opportunity to look at the report generated form the psychometric measure and discuss areas for each individual to develop Action Planning how can I continue to improve Control What influence do you feel you have over your environment How in control of your emotions do you feel Challenge What do you consider a challenge problem threat or opportunity How do you deal with change and unstable environments Commitment How focused are you on achieving your goals How do you react when faced with tough deadlines Confidence How optimistic are you about life in general How good are you at dealing with difficult or awkward people Evaluation Outcomes Measuring mental toughness using MTQ48 allows

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/achieving-peak-performance-in-challenging-times-workshop/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Panasonic Creating Future Leaders Case Study
    tasks During the planning phase of this task the teams needed to consider it s strengths direction and performance At various points during this phase information relating to the overall challenge changed enabling participants the opportunity to re evaluate their position and amend their planning accordingly A series of challenges were offered to the teams varying in difficulty and also in value Teams were required to collect as many points and as much information as possible for the challenges the following day Whilst each phase and challenge was reviewed upon completion delegates considered the elements of leadership and skills required to build a successful team What Did Our Clients Think of the Future leaders Programme On arrival it was straight into the action an introduction to Call Of The Wild staff was followed by night time orienteering The whole Forming Storming Norming and Performing theory of team building process was fascinating to be involved in and to watch but perform those teams eventually did Each task had been specifically designed to highlight different leadership and team skills and after each the team s performance was reviewed and discussed by all a real experiential learning process This immediate feedback was an invaluable tool to improve performance as the course progressed During the evening de briefing session it was clear that everybody involved in the Future Leaders Programme had learnt a huge amount from two very intensive days and all had made new contacts across the whole company many felt they had made new friends The level of motivation effort and openness to ideas shown by everybody was fantastic and is indicative of the quality of people throughout PUK Share with friends Tags Panasonic Developing Future Leaders Case Study John Lewis Senior Management Team Case Study ICAEW World Class Accountancy Body Panasonic

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/our-clients/case-studies/panasonic-creating-future-leaders-case-study/ (2016-02-10)
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  • ICAEW - World Class Accountancy Body -
    by Alan Chambers MBE and John Neal and provides delegates with an insight into the performance of leader and teams under extreme pressure The Master Class offers a unique and powerful learning experience and enhances participants understanding of effective leadership behaviours Delegates are also able to further develop and practise the skills of leadership in a truly inspirational and challenging environment in delivering a charitable project in Africa providing a real experience of what leadership and team work is all about the project is designed to embed core skills Staffing Facilitators Dave Thomas MIC CIPD Dave is an outdoor management development professional of 15 years experience he is an accredited CIPD coach Alan Chambers MBE Alan demonstrates the determination and focus it takes to lead the first British unsupported team to walk to the Geographic North Pole he facilitates thought provoking exercises and discussion designed to stimulate and enlighten John Neal Psycho physiologist businessman and performance coach delivers a highly interactive coaching session based on the lessons for business from high performance sport Testimonials I came away from the program with a much better understanding of my strengths and how to keep building on them at work The programme explores leadership from a number of different aspects all helping you to learn and improve the facilitators were superb The broad range of activities allowed us to really develop and practise our skills It was a bit of an eye opener and a great experience that I would highly recommend The two main masterclass speakers were fantastic and worked very well together It certainly gave me alot to think about It s a very useful course Share with friends Tags Client case study ICAEW World Class Accountancy Body Leadership essentials John Lewis Senior Management Team Case Study ICAEW World Class Accountancy

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/our-clients/case-studies/icaew-world-class-accountancy-body/ (2016-02-10)
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  • » Blog Archive Social Media Interactive - The First Training Course of It's Kind ! -
    it engagement PR brand building selling customer care sales promotion and much more Using case studies and real time examples we will explore the myriad uses of it Business Blogging Blogs have been around for many years But why would an organisation blog What would they blog about Which organisations are blogging These and many more questions including microblogs we will consider in this session Photo and Video Sharing YouTube Flickr and Pinterest are the apps of choice within this sphere But how and why would you use them How are companies like yours using them to engage sell and increase awareness with customers And how do you go about incorporating them into your other media channels Facebook Profiles friends groups networks social ads pages polls What does it all mean and how can you leverage the power of Facebook to improve your marketing efforts How are organisations like yours using Facebook and what are cover photos timelines and apps Why would SME s charities public sector organisations and sports clubs use this tool LinkedIn is one of the biggest Professional Networking sites in the world So how does an organisation use it to develop new contacts to enhance the online image of their company to talk and engage with their peers and to advertise to specific audiences This session will take a look at all the above show you how to polish your company profile create and maintain groups discuss the benefits of plugins and explore how to use LinkedIn answers effectively Forums Groups these social media apps have been around since the start of the Internet but why would an organisation spend money and resources on them How are organisations like yours using them And what is the true value of them to your company They are designed to ahieve the following General overview of each application Show various applications of each tool Examine how companies are using each tool Look at the scope and limitations of each tool Learning by Doing Tell me and I will forget Show me and I may remember Involve me and I will understand Confucius This is the philosophy we adopt with the programme the I do and I will understand approach We believe that this action based approach through experiential learning is the most productive in terms of understanding and retention of learning The second part of our training course is to explore how the social media tools could be applied to your own organisation We follow this action learning approach where delegates are encouraged to participate in group activities computer related tasks and even some hands on video and camera work to get a far better understanding of how these tools could work These activities are designed to help delegates find solutions which are personalised and relevant to them Post Course Support Our training doesn t just end at 4 30 pm with us wishing you all the best Social Media Interactive is different We want to reinforce the learning

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/2012/09/24/social-media-interactive-the-first-training-course-of-its-kind/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Call of the Wild Archives -
    the Wild leadership PDC University of the West of England UWE Creative Leadership Workshop Posted in News Comments Off on Presentation at UWE Creative Leadership Workshop Series 2014 Vision and Purpose Monday June 27th 2011 Mission Statement Our mission is to create powerful learning and development experiences for our clients which delivers positive behavioural change for lasting results within the workplace This mission is reflected in our core values which are A one team ethos with shared values and common goals Quality of service provision that provides value for money Making a difference Taking responsibility Respect for self and others Vision Statement Our vision is to pursue sustainable business growth in line with client demand whilst adopting socially responsible business practices respecting ethical values the interests of all stakeholders and seek to respect and preserve the natural environment We place considerable emphasis on the Corporate Social Responsibilities obligations the company has to the community seeking to invest in the community particularly with respect to charitable activities and environmental stewardship Image courtesy of 2011 Dan Santillo www dansantillo com Tags Call of the Wild mission values Vision Posted in Comments Off on Vision and Purpose Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D Theory The Importance

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  • Research Based Programmes -
    and papers being created about three distinct topics Walking and leadership development aesthetics and group understanding and the use of artifacts in the development on accelerated learning 2014 is no exception and the facilitation teams of both organisations continue to create novel but effective approaches to leadership development with customers such as Falmouth University and Vine HR Presentations this year are planned with the University of the West of England Vine HR and with academic colleagues at conferences held at the University of Reading and the University of Lancaster as well as a University led Oxford Brookes University evaluation of aesthetic approaches to leadership learning Share with friends Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of Management Reddin 3D

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/research-based-programmes/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Alan Chambers
    Walker Fund a panel of experienced businessmen and adventurers who sponsor global expeditions emphasizing key values such as leadership and personal progress He also advises on Cold Climate Expeditions delivering expertise on nutritional needs equipment and clothing and on leadership selection for an expedition company currently running organising and developing team expeditions to the four corners of the world Guide He has since taken groups of internationally known business leaders across 60 miles of Arctic ice to reach the Geographic North Pole Testimonials Alan s amazing story highlighting the remarkable focus leadership he had around the North Pole trip truly inspired the team in their preparation for the Rugby World Cup 2003 Martin Johnson Captain 2003 Winning England Rugby World Cup team Alan s leadership skills borne out through his determination mixed with his consideration of the needs of others gave us all much to think about His effort in achieving a task that many people could not even begin to consider is truly inspiring Martin Hegarty Training Manager British Petroleum BP Inspirational He s a genuine hero Charles Dunstone Founder Chairman of Carphone Warehouse Alan Chambers gave us an hours presentation on how he got through an unsupported walk to the North Pole an amazing journey of endurance skill strength There were parallels to be shared and he told us there would be blips and setbacks along our route After the first test I remembered what he had said Michael Vaughan England Ashes Captain Alan Chambers helps England cricket team How did Duncan Fletcher go about motivating the demoralized England Cricket Team to come back and win the final in the recent one day series against Australia and New Zealand Simple Fletcher revealed that he took great inspiration from the words Alan had said to the team during the

    Original URL path: http://www.callofthewild.co.uk/profile-of-alan-chambers/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Profile for Dave Thomas
    leadership improving communication and team dynamics He has a unique ability to get to the core of the issue under consideration and draw out through astute facilitation understanding and solutions Dave participated in the planning and execution of the first successful winter crossing of Iceland on skis from the West coast to the East Attempted six times previously by various nationalities the Island of Iceland was deemed uncrossable Dragging sledges each weighing 240 pounds the four man team skied in arctic blizzard conditions for 47 days over 500 miles Dave lives in Wales where he is Head Facilitator with Call of the Wild Testimonials Bob Gibney Orange Mobile Phones Following a succesful team build for our 50 strong department I can recommend Call of the Wild for their professional approach and excellent organisational skills Here at Orange we recognise the value of team building exercises for our employees and Call of the Wild did not disappoint John Bridgen Orbis Technologies We re a fast growing business which places a high value on our staff and we want to reward and develop them as much as possible Call of the Wild provide us with superb packages that are tailored to meet our exact objectives Share with friends Tags Profile for Dave Thomas Home Services Developing Leadership Team Building Management Training Coaching Health and Safety Training ILM Accredited Courses Staff Motivation Graduates Performance Management Mental Resilience Corporate Events Engagement Current Open Courses Online Learning Assessment Centre Developing Talent Managing Change Diagnostic Keynote Speakers About Vision and Purpose Our Story Philosophy Our Staff Awards and Accreditation Our Clients Library Theory Belbin Team Roles Contingency Model of Leadership Distinction Between Personality and Behaviour Emotional Intelligence John Adair s Action Centred Leadership Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs How to Motivate Your Staff Situational Analysis of

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