CPDSO WEBINAR: Engaging Employees by Enabling Healthy Conflict in the Workplace
In today’s complex world: The latest Gallup Workplace Engagement report shows workplace engagement is currently at 23% globally, and Europe scores the lowest at 13%. Stress levels are on the up. The
In today’s complex world:
- The latest Gallup Workplace Engagement report shows workplace engagement is currently at 23% globally, and Europe scores the lowest at 13%. Stress levels are on the up.
- The WEF Future of Jobs report shows Creative and Analytical Thinking as the top 2 skills for now and the future, ahead of AI and tech literacy.
So, to survive and thrive in this complex world we need to think differently. And to do that organisations need to engage their employees. But due to a lack of psychological safety and a breakdown in trust, we are seeing a reduction in healthy conflict – which reduces innovation and evolution.
This is not a sustainable model and organisations must resolve this major issue. But how? This workshop will show you some tools and techniques that you can start using right away and start making a real difference in your workplace, helping you restore the lost art of contradiction.
Our Guest Speaker
Marcus Dimbleby is a former senior military officer who has been sharing critical thinking techniques with corporations since retiring from the Royal Air Force in 2013. In the RAF, he served across the globe, enjoying tours with the Royal Marines, Royal Navy and U.S. Marine Corps, with whom he deployed to Iraq in 2003. His final tour saw him in an air command role, working closely with the Cabinet Office, and coordinating the air security for the London Olympics 2012.
After retiring as a Wing Commander, Marcus moved into business, initially working for a global consultancy, before moving on to lead major business transformations in financial services and the oil and gas sector, focusing on enabling people to deal with the complexity of today’s volatile and complex business environment.
Marcus now assists organisations with decision support across the globe. He is the co-author of Big Things Fast.
(Monday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am(GMT+00:00)