Most of us are back at work by now, but little is as it used to be. According to the BBC, nearly 80% of business leaders (in the UK) believe that workers will never return to the office at the same rate. So whether your work is at the office, still working-from-home or a mix of the two, the fact is that for most teams this is a time in which they will have to find a new way of working that retains some of the good elements of the past year while ensuring that direction and priorities are clear. Having clear team communications and meeting practices is key to achieve that and we believe trust and empowerment are essential ingredients.
If you wonder how autonomy, initiative and flexibility can be combined with high performance, quality and customer service, it is worth looking at examples of organisations such as Buurtzorg, Netflix, Patagonia and others. Having delivered unparalleled growth, service outcomes and financial results, their models of empowerment and trust provide great lessons for the new world many organisations find themselves in today.
Join us on 12th November to explore trust-based meeting and communication practices that will inspire how you will be working in your teams. Expect a highly interactive online session in a small group of no more than 12 participants, with plenty of room for your personal questions and priorities.
This intended for:
Managers, senior management, change-makers, team leads, teams, and anyone curious about distributed leadership and models of self-management.
What we will cover:
· What trust can lead to: examples from remarkable, self-managing organisations
· Effective team meetings based on self-managing practices:
The session will be facilitated by:
· Tania Eber - experienced systemic team coach and organisational development consultant. Tania brings many years of experience with self-managing teams, and has supported practices across professional disciplines and organisational boundaries, from frontline staff to Executive/Director Board level.
· Paul Jansen – organisational transformation specialist. Paul has helped organisations realise their full potential by unleashing the capabilities and intrinsic motivation of their workforce. He created several employee-owned social enterprises and introduced concepts of self-management to many organisations in and outside the UK.
Find out more about Trust Works here.
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