Discovery Event

Discovery Event

Discovery Event

Date
Date
January 25-26, 2018
Location
Location
IMD Campus, Lausanne
Fee
Registration
CLN members only
Contact
Contact
Candice Richardet-Briand
Changing Employee Behavior

As a manager of others, you need to be able to help others change, both to support organizational transformations and to help individuals develop – to be better at what they do and progress in their careers.

During this event, Prof. Shlomo Ben-Hur and Mr. Nik Kinley will share their most recent research with you in order to help you:  
Understand the role of behavioral change in both organizational transformation and individual performance improvement
Recognize the role of context in behavioral change and the central role that you play as a manager in shaping that context
Shape the context for development and behavioral change (that are detailed in the MAPS model) by becoming familiar with the four levers you have available
Develop an action plan to increase both individual and organizational performance in your business

The emphasis of this event will be on self-awareness and practical application.

Discover...

How to tap into people’s intrinsic motivation
How to align your company’s reward systems with your staff’s needs
How to assess and enhance your direct reports’ psychological capital
How to establish a supportive environment and choice architecture for performance improvement and growth

Target audience:

Executives with direct reports who are responsible for managing their performance and contributing to their development

Details

Speaker

Professor Shlomo Ben-Hur
IMD Professor of Leadership, Talent Management and Corporate Learning

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When

Thursday, January 25, 2018, from 17:00 to Friday, January 26, 2018 16:00 (including dinner and networking lunch)

Where

IMD Campus
Ch. de Bellerive 23
1001 Lausanne, Switzerland

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*The event is free of charge. Travel and accommodation are at participants’ own expense.

Contact Us

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Candice Richardet-Briand

Phone: +41 21 618 06 49

Email: candice.briand@imd.org