The Bright Eyed Organisation
Creating a “Bright-Eyed,” Engaged Culture. (1 Day).
“If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” — Antoine de Saint-Exupery
You have seen them many times – the “Bright-Eyed,” the “Glazed-Eyed,” and the “Beady-Eyed” employees.
Which of these three styles dominate your corporate culture? What impact does this have on productivity, customer service, morale, and even profitability? A recent Gallup survey found that 30% of employees across multiple industries are engaged, 52% are not engaged, and 18% are actively disengaged.
Enlightened leaders pay careful attention to shaping their corporate culture and engaging employees to create and sustain the “Bright-Eyed” experience. It’s good for the employees, good for the business, and good for the bottom line.
This workshop actively engages participants in exploration of the “6 Strategies to Create and Sustain a Bright Eyed Culture:”. Please refer to course content.
We cannot afford to have disengaged or actively disengaged people influencing our organisational culture. Leaders must act to create a culture that fosters employee engagement — a win for the company and a win for the employees.
The programme is fully interactive and uses a variety of methods to engage participants, maintain interest and enhance learning.
Programme delivery includes instructor led lectures, real life exercises, case study reviews, role playing scenarios and group discussions using an integrated highly participative learning approach.
Experiential, action-based activities and exercises will be employed to help participants generate new ideas and apply practical tools that can be implemented within their own organisations..
Who Should Attend
The programme is designed for C–Level Executives, Directors, Functional Managers, Project and Programme Managers and essentially all management and supervisors with responsibility for leading individuals and teams.
HR Leaders and Business Partners, Training & Development / Organisational Development Specialists, and Career Coaches/Mentors will also find the programme to be a particularly relevant addition to their current tools and skill sets.
Prerequisite for attending:
3 to 5 years minimum experience in a managerial position of relevance to the topic at hand.
Level of Course
Intermediate to Advanced. Some fundamental understanding of HR practices together with current leadership responsibility is essential.
Course contents include:
- Hiring winners
- Engaging their spirit
- Coaching for success
- Focusing on deliverables
- Clearing their path
- Committing to renewal