A one day workshop will explore the growing global phenomenon of ‘next stage’ organisations as identified by Frederic Lalouxin his book Reinventing Organisations. These organisations are more productive, have less staff turnover, better customer satisfaction and can deliver 40% cost savings.
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The workshop provides an alternative model for the tendency for:
- management to drain life and energy out of the workplace
- organisations to be bureaucratic or lacking purpose
- staff feeling frustrated or disempowered
This workshop will be provocative and will open up a debate for leaders and staff to consider how their businesses can be more resilient, more effective and happier environments.
The day will run from 1000 - 1600. It will be interactive, working with your knowledge and experience to introduce and explore the "next stage" traits of wholeness, evolutionary purpose and self-management in the context of your organisation. The content will be similar to that used at Exeter and Leeds business schools.
Nick Parker is based in Exeter. His aim is to make the South West a crucible for the ?next stage? way of organisational being. He has founded and/or developed a range of local organisations and businesses and utilised that experience in Whitehall and with governments overseas.
Lee Norburn leads the Business BA programme at Petroc College. He coaches leaders and helps organisations develop, particularly in North Devon. His background in in quality management.
Nick and Lee have been running ?next stage? workshops across the South West region for the past 12 months. 200+ organisations have engaged so far.
Chris Lorimeris a well known South West management consultant who supports businesses to grow through considering alternative business models. He has an MBA from Warwick where he achieved a distinction in his work on high performance teams.