Create a culture that rallies!
Vision, mission, values… and neurosciences
A great way to do this is to transform your strategic orientation retreats into an exercise that rallies your key people around the same vision. Preparing them mentally and emotional is part of the process. But calling on their wisdom to craft the future of your organization is essential.
You’re planning such an event in the near future? Here are a few themes that will be discussed in this keynote:
- Are you making it so that your people feel they can participate fully, no matter what they have to say?
- Will you include personal life visions in the process, so a connexion can be made with your vision?
- Are you raising the bar, asking good preparation work to be made prior to the event?
- Have you communicated your gratitude to the people who will participate, and what special contribution you expect of each individual?
- Are you setting the stage for a commitment ritual at the end of the process?
In this unique keynote with Luc Cardinal, come discover what modern strategic orientation processes are made of. See firsthand how you can incorporate recent neuroscientific knowledge into the process to you come out winning.
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- The importance that vision, mission and values be developed from the right “brain space” so it calls on all generations.
- Why do these exercises fail when only thinking is used
- Important elements that will make or break such occasions
You’ll leave with:
- A new actionable understanding of what motivates people
- Tools to help evaluate your present vision, how it could be improved, and how you can roll it out successfully
- Case studies that will inspire you
Each keynote or training features:
- Scientific observations, practical examples and simple tools that can be used right away
- Neuroscience knowledge applied to business environments
- Leaders and Managers
- Key employees
- Mixed (leaders, managers, key employees)
- 45 to 90 minute keynotes: Presentation and some audience interactions
- 3 to 6 hours training: Presentation, interactions and integration exercises
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