The ability to overcome challenging situations in career or personal life starts with the ability to identify what the root of the issue is. Too often, we get caught in a whirlwind of doubt, second-guessing, panic or feeling stuck when we experience difficult situations. Being able to step back and gain perspective, while also challenging our own role, will allow for solutions to emerge and for change to happen at a personal level. In this workshop, Nicolle Browne will discuss how to find your right question so that you can get to possible solutions and experience personal growth faster.
Program created by Sylvie Deffayet Davrout - Leadership & Managerial Competencies Chair, EDHEC Business School.
- Learn a technique to find the right question when dealing with challenging situations
- Get closer to discovering the way forward in a situation you are currently wondering about
- Experience the benefits of broadening perspective through reflection, leading to informed action plans
Note: Please bring a small notebook and pen.
About the Facilitator
Nicolle Browne worked with Sylvie Deffayet Davrout in the Leadership and Managerial Skills Chair at EDHEC Business School from 2014 to 2018 before joining UBC Sauder School of Business as Manager in Alumni Careers. She specializes in personal and professional development, self-leadership, reflexive learning and career development, and is a certified trainer of Managing Organizational Transitions and Individual Transitions in Organizations. Nicolle has taught diverse groups at the BBA, Master and Executive Education levels using transformational and reflexive learning pedagogies. With a background in psychology, Nicolle has obtained a Master in Counselling Psychology (University of British Columnia, Canada) and is a member of the American Psychology Association (since 2009).
Sylvie Deffayet Davrout is a clinical psychologist and coach. She has a doctorate in Management and is a Professor of Management. She also heads the Chair in Leadership and Managerial Competencies at EDHEC Business School. Sylvie advocates for inductive and collaborative leadership pedagogies and has developed the Art of Questioning program and the Learning Teams™ pedagogy, which rehabilitates leaders in their power to act. Sylvie is the author of the book "Keys to authority; strengthen your legitimacy as a manager" (Eyrolles 2010).