How do leaders and managers create and sustain connectedness in a remote and/or hybrid working model?
One of the major challenges facing business executives in 2021 is how to manage the impact of the current environment on staff and the business in general. There are a range of issues that owners and managers face around culture, engagement, performance and the employee value proposition in the new operating climate. Given the challenges posed by the need to evolve working models, how will leaders create a purposeful mindset/culture/team to deliver success.
Teneo is helping CEOs in global businesses address these challenges. This session will provide practical insight into what leading businesses are doing to address this challenge.
The session will be led by Brian MacNeice, Managing Director at Teneo Ireland and award winning author on organisation performance.
Brian is an expert in organizational high performance, strategy, change management and high performing teams, with over 20 years’ experience working with senior executives/clients on driving performance improvements in their organisations. He has led extensive research into high performance organizations including first-hand study of a range of world-leading high-performance institutions such as Southwest Airlines, Toyota, the New Zealand All Blacks, US Marine Corps, Grameen Bank, Mayo Clinic, and the Finnish School Education System. Much of this research, together with a proprietary framework for thinking about performance transformation, was published in an award-winning book “Powerhouse – Insider Insights into the World’s Leading High-Performance Organizations.”
Brian is a trusted advisor across multiple industry sectors including: Food & Drink, Pharma, Enterprise Development, Health, Financial Services, Software, Technology, Sport & Leisure and Utilities. He is also a regular conference/seminar speaker on the topic of high performance teams and organizations.
This webinar is free of charge. Please book online to secure your place.
The link to join the webinar is HERE
Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
For further information please visit www.skillnetireland.ie