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Organizations, managers, and leaders today want - and need! - to ignite innovation within their work groups. This session will teach you a unique and proven way to create training programs that generate a culture of greater creativity. By focusing our learning and development on people's strengths and “energizers” at work, we begin to tap into the discretionary energy of each employee, allowing them to bring their best selves to work while improving employee engagement and crucial business outcomes. In this presentation you’ll learn why a focus on “what’s right with people” is so counter-intuitive and how to put this philosophy to work to maximize your training.
• How to create training that motivates and inspires employees in a fresh and effective way
• A new path to creativity and innovation
• A better way to help your clients lead in a post-”command and control” world
About the Presenter:
Josh Allan Dykstra is a recognized thought leader on the future of work and company culture design. His articles and ideas have been featured by Fast Company, Forbes, Business Insider, MSN.com, and Under30CEO. He is a co-founder of The Work Revolution, a movement + campaign that advocates for life-giving work environments and a co-founder of Strengths Doctors, a consulting firm that helps leaders and entrepreneurs design energizing places to work. Josh's eclectic background includes projects with organizations like Apple, Sony, Genentech, HTC, Starbucks, UCLA and Viacom/CBS as well as startups, nonprofits, and universities. He holds an MBA in Executive Leadership from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his new book, Igniting the Invisible Tribe: Designing An Organization That Doesn’t Suck, is available on Amazon.com. Connect with him online at http://joshallan.com.
DATE: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. pacific time (You serve yourself lunch while we serve up some knowledge!)
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