Sustaining Success with a Smart and Healthy Organization
An organization that sustains success has 2 critical elements. The organization is smart and the organization is healthy.
To say an organization is smart refers to the competence in functional/technical areas. The organization performs well strategically, financially, in marketing, and technology. To sustain the success an organization must also be healthy.
Health [for an organization] refers to the ability of people within the organization to learn from each other, identify critical issues within the organization, assess risks appropriately, take initiative, and recover from past mistakes.
- Review the significance of organizational health
- Understand the 4 critical Leadership Elements
- Learn how to increase employee engagement levels
- Develop an action plan for improve organizational health
Our workshop host is Mark McCatty; coach, teacher and speaker with The John Maxwell Team. Mark is a highly effective Leadership & Team Advisor with extensive experience in operations management systems.
We must understand that developing a smart and healthy organization is not done quickly, or easily. This is a process that begins with a clear [and powerful] purpose, clearly communicated, acted upon daily, and consistently reinforced. This is the real role for leadership.
- Executives desiring an innovative and engaging work place
- Supervisors trying to establish greater motivation in their teams
- Managers who intend to influence greater ownershio and accountability
Our workshop will take place on October 21st, from 1:30 - 4:30 PM in the Collaborative Labs at SPC EpiCenter, 13805 58th Street North, Clearwater, FL 33760.
The leader is responsible for the development of sustained health – and smarts – of the organization for the longer-term.