|Day & Time:||Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015 09:30 AM - 11:20 AM|
Organizational health—the ability of your organization to align, execute, and renew itself in a timely manner—is just as important as focusing on the traditional drivers of business performance. Organizational health is about adapting to the present and shaping the future faster in a way that enables sustainable healthy performance of the individual. Healthy organizations don’t merely learn to adjust themselves to their current challenges or changing environment; they create a capacity to learn, to unleash human potential and keep changing over time. This is where ideal performance and competitive advantage lies.
Many programs and strategies focused on organizational health never fully achieve their intended potential or investment. Creating and sustaining a recipe for success—one uniquely suited to the organization’s history and external environment; internal processes and culture; as well as the passions, aspirations, and capabilities of its people -can deliver results in a more sustainable way.
In this exclusive 2 hour workshop, Dr. Bob Carr, MD, MPH, Performance Coach and member of the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute’s Thought Leadership Council, will provide a framework and supporting tools to put you on the path to sustainable organizational change with the aim of fully realizing the return on investment (ROI) of your strategy and interventions.
Dr. Carr will also share his own personal experience as the former Senior Vice President and Corporate Medical Director for GlaxoSmithKline and how he and his team applied these principles and tools to change organizational culture and wellbeing through the implementation of Corporate Athlete® training (aka Energy for Performance (E4P)). He will also review an outcomes study to demonstrate sustainable results at this organization.
Join us for this one time opportunity to interact with your HR peers and gain valuable insight into how your organization can achieve change in a sustainable, profitable way.