Creating a Learning Organisation
Your employees want to grow, grow, grow! Studies by Lighthouse, Deloitte and PWC all found that 2/3 people choose growth through training and development as their top employee benefit. Organisations need to be continuously learning to keep up with the current rate of change. The only way to do this is to foster a culture of learning within your organisation. This means leaders who constantly learn, develop more leaders and empower their teams to challenge the status quo in search of the best possible solutions.
A learning organisation encourages personal mastery and cultivates open feedback to see problems and opportunities on all levels. Some argue that learning organisations attract and retain more talent. Others say that there is a competitive advantage for an organisation whose people learn faster than the people of other organisations.
"The only thing worse than training people and having them leave, is not training them and having them stay." - Zig Ziglar
At a learning organisation, education happens as a side-product of working together, as everybody learns from each other to adapt to whatever the future might bring.
6 characteristics most learning organisations have in common is, they...
- Cherish an open culture
- Design and implement feedback loops
- Promote personal mastery
- Plan for intelligent fast failure
- Steal best practices
- Cultivate a common vision
The World Economic forum is saying that the top 10 skills needed in business in 2020 include: cognitive flexibility, critical thinking, people management, emotional intelligence and the ability to coordinate with others, these are skills that can be learnt and cultivated through specific leadership behaviour.
Join us as we explore 5 core leadership habits that can create a learning organisation:
- The importance of personal mastery and EQ habit formation
- Systems thinking
- How to develop learning teams
- The importance of creating a truly shared vision
- Awareness of bias, blind spots, mental models and the impact on decision making
Benefits of attending:
- 5 practices to shift self, team and the organisation
- Insight into thinking and behaviours that can transform the way, individuals and teams engage
- How to develop adaptive teams that are responsive to a continuously changing context
- Awareness of mind traps and how these limit thinking, decisions and cohesion within teams
- Insights into habit formation
- Awareness of ‘how you see’ and practices to shift this
- Learning to unlearn
- An opportunity to examine your thinking patterns
Who should attend?
Anyone who leads people and wants to transform the way they think, interact and engage. Leaders who want to cultivate a culture of learning, critical thinking and teams that are future-fit.
More about our facilitator, Jackie Kennedy
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|22 May 2020||21 May 2020|
|Evertsdal Guest House,||Melrose Place|
9am- 5pm (8:30am registration)
R3 300 excl. VAT : Corporates
R2 300 excl. VAT : NPOs
Our recommendation is that this intervention should be run as part of your in-house management development curriculum at a venue and on a date that is convenient for you!