Have you ever walked into a workplace and felt the magic? It's not tangible. You can't see it. It's not easy to describe. You just feel the magic when you enter. Visualize an organizational culture in which the various functions work together in harmony like a symphony orchestra. What a huge competitive advantage you would have if this was the way of life in your organization. This webinar provides common sense guidelines on what organizations need to do to work toward and maintain a high level of dedication throughout the organization.

Learning Objectives

  • The four primary characteristics of a high performance workplace
  • Developing the values of the organization that guide all activities
  • Ensuring the values of the organization are maintained in good times and bad
  • Ways to ensure that all employees are engaged in their work
  • Becoming an "Employee of Choice"
  • Develop your plan to maintain a culture of higher and higher performance

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • Setting the Foundations for a High Performance Workplace
  • The Management Challenge to create and maintain a High Performance Workplace
  • Review of the Four Tenets of a High Performance Workplace
  • Developing SMARTER objectives
  • Developing a Plan on How to Get There
  • The Characteristics of a High Performance Workplace
  • The Manager's Call to Action

Why should you attend?

  • If you think about it, the only competitive advantage of any company is their people. The degree in which employees work together, pitch in where and when necessary and just feel good about going to work every day will have a positive effect on the bottom line.
  • In this webinar, participants will learn what characteristics that any organization must have to thrive and prosper.

Who Will Benefit

  • Business Owners
  • Executives
  • All Managers
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • General Managers


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Bob McKenzie has over 40 years of human resources management experience. His background includes a wide range of hands-on HR practices in a variety of industries and all areas of human resource manag Know More

Bob McKenzie