After a week of lockdown in Adelaide as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, the women of Spence Club needed a little bit of a pick-me-up and a boost of motivation to kick start post-lockdown life!
Joined by the wonderful Ally Nitschke, founder of Made for More, the members of Spence Club learnt all things leadership and how that applies to the love languages.
During the highly interactive session, members were able to identify their love language, how that applies to themselves as both a leader and employee as well as how to better interact with individuals of different love language types.
Oh, and we can't forget to mention that we were guided through the process of identifying just what type of 'bird' we are as individuals. You wouldn't expect it to offer just as much insight as it did.
However, this exercise was one of the key eyeopening moments, exposing some truths that we don't often reflect on. A very wholesome and insightful moment for the members.
Ally did offer some fantastic take-home advice to ensure that the lessons weren't forgotten, such as:
1. Finding out what your love language is
2. Communicating your love language with your manager
3. Asking your manager what their love language is
By having these open conversations and making your communication and leadership needs known, your personal and professional development could truly skyrocket!
A massive thank you to Ally for her time, expertise and passion when presenting to our eager members.