Hunter Adams is launching Edging Ahead – a game-changing development programme aimed at existing and emerging managers who want to go from good to excellent.
We believe in sharing our expertise so we’ve designed this programme based on the themes we see from our ongoing research and the bespoke development programmes we design and deliver for our clients. The programme consists of 5 half-day modules, each delivered a week apart. Our first sessions will run in early 2016 in locations across the UK.
In my first blog I introduced the concept of Edging Ahead. In the next 5 I’ll introduce you to the content. Then we’ll announce dates and locations.
Workshop 4: The Right Recipe
Your team is clear on what needs to be done to succeed. You have the confidence and approaches to enable your people to perform at their best. But you know they want more and you know you need to offer more. You are aware of the bigger picture and you want to create the sort of environment where your people can grow in their roles and thrive within your organisation. Gaining and giving even more than before. You know that there are both commercial and career benefits to having the right culture. Yes, foosball tables and drinks on a Friday make people happy. There is more to it though and you want to invest the energy required to retain your people and make them even more engaged.
During this session you will build knowledge of the key ingredients to a great culture. You will develop ideas and a plan for the practical application of these ingredients. Applying these back at your workplace will allow you to take engagement up a level in your organisation. Collaboration, innovation, communication, career progression, and more. Getting these areas right can change the game for your team members. You will already know what works well and what needs to improve. This session will allow you take your culture to the next level, in collaboration with your team.
During this workshop we will share with you the crucial ingredients that we know create an awesome culture. You will walk away from this session with a picture of your organisation’s current position against some key areas and have an action plan that will allow you to create the culture that will ensure your people are committed and engaged, whatever the market conditions. The approach we cover can be applied at team level up to organisation level. How far will you choose to go to find the right recipe?
Tomorrow’s post will cover workshop 5.
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