Leading through the ‘4-Devils of People Stuff’

Zoë Routh is a leadership expert specialising in the ‘people stuff’. She provides strategies for leaders and teams, struggling with office politics and silos, on how to work better together.

Join Zoë to understand how to engage your team to foster collaboration and deal with the Four Devils of People Stuff.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • The biochemical triggers we can leverage for better engagement
  • The neurotransmitters that bring out the worst in people and what to do about it
  • How to design workplaces to avoid negative people issues.

Online event details

Date: Thursday 3 September 2020

Time: 2.00pm – 3.30pm

Complimentary registration: Zoom NPA 

We look forward to seeing you online!

More about Zoë

Zoë Routh is a leadership expert specialising in the people stuff. She shows leaders and teams struggling with office politics and silos how to work better together.

She has worked with individuals and teams internationally and in Australia since 1987. From the wild rivers of northern Ontario to the remote regions of Australia, Zoë has spent the last thirty years showing teams how to navigate the wilderness of people stuff.

Zoë is the author of three books: Composure – How centred leaders make the biggest impact,  Moments – Leadership when it matters most and Loyalty – Stop unwanted stuff turnover, boost engagement, and build lifelong advocates. Her fourth book is People Stuff – Beyond Personalities: An advanced handbook for leadership, was released July 2020.

Her past leadership roles include Training Director at Outward Bound Australia, Chair of the Outdoor Council of Australia, President of the Chamber of Women in Business, and Program Manager at the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation.

Zoë is also the producer of the Zoë Routh Leadership Podcast, dedicated to exploring perspective in people stuff so we can live and lead better.

Zoë is an outdoor adventurist and enjoys telemark skiing, has run 6 marathons, is a one-time belly-dancer, has survived cancer, and loves hiking in the high country. She is married to a gorgeous Aussie and is mother to a geriatric garden-wrecking chook.

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