The Gherkin, London - Tuesday 11th December 2018
Most organisations are in a continuous process of cultural transformation, responding to the economic, political and social contexts in which they operate. Continuous change is accepted as normal.
Equally, most organisations are so busy transforming, they forget to think about how they are doing it. Slides do not change the world, even when supported by a no-brainer business case. Nor do purposeless team building exercises.
What makes real change stick is ideas. Ideas that are absorbed by people and change behaviours. We know how to do this more effectively than we did 50 years ago, 10 years ago, 2 years ago, and even last month. This is why it is time to take a new approach.
At Emergenetics, we work with a number of large, often global organisations to bring a fresh, contemporary and bespoke approach to cultural and productivity transformation. We use the latest brain science, practical support and motivational techniques, tools and programmes to help our clients achieve the changes they need to achieve to be successful.
Clients such as Hilton, Wyndham, GE, American Airlines, Santander, Western Union and others are all committed to partnering with us to deliver great results.
We support clients to achieve effective recruitment, on-boarding, people development, team performance, talent development, leadership excellence and cultural transformation. Every client receives globally aligned, bespoke support to whatever depth they individually require.
The Breakfast Briefing
This interactive workshop will explore how such dramatic change can be delivered and give you an opportunity to think differently about how you might approach transformation in your organisation.
During the morning, we will give examples of what (and how) other organisations have achieved success and hear from Santander, who are embarking on such a journey.
You will have the opportunity to discuss your own experiences and challenges, as well as experience some of the techniques Emergenetics employ when working with clients.
This free-to-attend breakfast briefing has been designed to be valuable, informative and enjoyable. We do hope that you can join us.
| Steve Bentley
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