Gain a better understanding of organisational culture, employee engagement and the link between culture and organisational performance.
About the workshop According to Ed Schein, professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, culture is the most difficult organisational attribute to change, outlasting organisational products, services, founders and leadership and all other physical attributes of the organisation. Join us for a significant and insightful investigation into the value of creating a culture of innovation. Louise will share insights from Neuroscience and Management 2.0 to illustrate how creating a culture of citizenship and collaboration can have a lasting positive impact on the performance, effectiveness and productivity of everyone within an organisation, enabling organisations to tap into the collective wisdom of their employees to maximise potential.
Benefits of attending Gain a better understanding of organisational culture and how it manifests as a way of being Develop insight into the role of leadership in perpetuating the current culture Exploration of the shift away from leadership as an organisational role towards citizenship as an organisational enabler Identify the behaviours required to entrench a constructive culture Understanding of the role of organisational culture in employee engagement Work on the crafting of your new organisational story Understanding the difference between passive, aggressive and collaborative cultures Understanding the choices an individual can make to move to a collaborative culture
Date: 22 August 2012 Location: Johannesburg Cost: Standard: R 2,500.00 plus VAT/SAODN members: R 2,250.00 plus VAT
Contact: Johleen van Dyk Company name:Symphonia Telephone number: 021 913 3507 Email address
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