The general objective of this 2-day workshop is to provide a detailed conceptual framework and specifics of HOW to design and implement an effective portfolio of behavioral and environmental stimuli that will lead to inspire and ignite collectively a new set of productive attitudes.
Five modules will be covered within a 2-day session, with a 2 hour follow up session to take place approximately 90 days after the training session has been held.
This workshop is targeted to persons who are responsible for leading and directing teams, which includes: Senior Managers, Executives, Team Leaders, and Human Resource Managers.
Learning objectives of this 2-day workshop include:
- To provide the participant with concepts of reference to advance and complement their understanding of the most relevant aspects of the dynamics of formal organisations. As well, participants will identify the role of critical dimensions of the formal organisation in shaping the collaborative and innovative processes and desired behavioral patterns.
- To provide participants with the applicable tools to identify how informal organisations emerge, develop and change, and their impact in the overall dynamics of critical management processes and patterns.
- To identify and be able to avoid or neutralise the normal decision making traps that top managers have, and reflect on the implication for organisational strategy.
- To identify and understand the collective behavior that foster organisational efficiency, learning, innovation, and collaboration. These behaviors are critical in the execution of building a drive centric organisation.
- To integrate all the concepts into applicable actions with direct effects on developing patterns and processes of innovation and advanced collaboration.
Topics to be covered include:
Dynamics of the Formal Organisation
- Fundamentals of Organisational Design
- Identification of Structural Features
- Thriving Hierarchies
- Analysis of the function and dysfunctions of the formal organization
- The impact of Drive in the Formal Organisation
- The impact of the Formal Organisation in Drive
- Rewarding formal performance with informal rewards
Dynamics of the Informal Organization
- Analysis of informal networks and the organisational culture cycle
- Dynamics of trust formation and its impact on drive
- Management of informal controls
- Creation and destruction of organisational culture
- Analysis of the Function and Dysfunctions of the informal organisation
- Intrinsic inducements and the informal organisation
- Rewarding informal performance with formal rewards
Decision Making and Drive
- Decision making traps
- Cognitive simplification processes
- Effects of traps in the dynamics and architecture of the organisation
- The impact of decision making processes in the collective drive
The Psychological dimensions of Drive
- Positive deviance
- Psychological contracts
- The Science of Intrinsic motivations
- Diagnostics for drive immunity
Turning Drive into Exceptional Performance
- Turning individual initiatives into institutional projects
- Turning drive into a discipline into the organisation
- Measuring and monitoring drive: a 360 approach
Facilitator's Bio-Sketch: Dr. Kamla Mungal
Dr. Kamla Mungal is the Director, Academic Development and Accreditation at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, UWI, in Trinidad and Tobago. She is also the Director of the Leadership Institute of the Lok Jack GSB and lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Development. Dr. Mungal is also a part-time lecturer in education at the School of Education, UWI and at Mount Saint Vincent University in Nova Scotia, Canada. Her specialisations include leadership, team-building, curriculum design, development and implementation.
Dr. Mungal completed the Doctorate in Business Administration at Aston University, Birmingham and also holds a B.Ed. (Honours), M.Ed and Executive MBA (Distinction) from the UWI. Her research area is Public Private Partnerships and her thesis focuses on understanding how they work in strategic cross-sectoral networks. She has also pursued leadership programmes at Columbia Business School and Kellogg School of Management in Chicago.
Ms. Mungal has particular interests and experience in leadership and the professional development of teachers, administrators and leaders. She has worked actively in the development and implementation of basic education in Trinidad and Tobago including the School Improvement Planning (SIP) and curriculum improvement initiatives for primary schools of Trinidad and Tobago. Her role extended to the assessment, monitoring and evaluation of school improvement and curriculum enhancement projects. She has conducted several workshops in leadership, school improvement, team building and clinical supervision across Trinidad and Tobago.
|Date||View Event Calendar September 25th - 26th, 2014|
|Time||8:30 pm – 4:30 pm|
|Cost||TT $4,000.00 per participant, inclusive of all training materials, lunch, refreshments and certificate|
|Venue||Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
Max Richards Drive,
Uriah Butler Highway, North West,
Tamara Edwards ext. 157
Certificates will only be issued to participants who have attained a minimum attendance rate of 75% for the duration of the course.
Course Cancellation/ Reschedule Policy
Arthur Lok Jack GSB (ALJGSB) reserves the right to cancel training at any time. If ALJGSB cancels the training due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of ALJGSB, you are entitled to a full refund of the course fee, or your course fee can be credited toward a future training, based upon availability (providing payments have been made before original advertised date).
ALJGSB reserves the right to reschedule training at any time. If ALJGSB reschedules training due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of ALJGSB, the training will take place at the next available time. Participants will be informed via phone and/or e-mails.