Matching Organizational Growth and Talent: Breakthrough Concepts and Tools
An executive education course for individuals and teams seeking insights and tools for organizational growth and renewal, September 20-21, 2013
"To lead organizational growth, you must understand the life-cycle of your organization, the instinctive postures of your team, and the fit between them."
-Peter Robertson, Lead Course Instructor from de Baak and founder of Human Insights
This workshop introduces easy-to-grasp concepts and ready-to-use tools to help managers generate practical insights on themselves and their organizations, and set personal and organizational priorities in order to improve performance and spur growth.
De Baak and the Monterey Institute proudly introduce Dr. Peter Robertson, with his broad-scoped research and breakthrough approaches and 30 years of consulting experience, to lead the workshop.
Dates: September 20-21, 2013
Location: Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, California
Register Now: Applications are accepting on a rolling basis. Spaces filling fast.
Workshop Fee: $1450 USD per person or
$950 USD per person if registered as a team of 3 to 7 people
(Class size is limited to not exceed 21 participants. Workshop fee includes course materials, lunches and refreshments during breaks.)
Workshop fee is due before the first day of class and is not payable upon registration.
*Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in a customized in-company training.
Drawing on breakthrough research and 30 years of consulting experience, Dr. Peter Robertson takes participants through two days of highly experiential learning, covering the explanatory power of the S-curve and AEM-Cube® in understanding organizational and human systems, and effective ways of matching organizational growth and talent.
The structured workshop uses participants’ assessment results, case studies, individual and team exercises, as well as short lectures and discussions to deliver memorable and practical lessons that can be shared and implemented at work. The workshop highlights include,
- Use of participant-generated data and extensive, structured personal and team reports to bring a high level of relevance to your organization and work
- Practical frameworks and insights to culminate a multitude of common senses about strategy, organization, and management teams
- Effective approaches to understanding past and predicting future organizational performance
- Immersive learning through case studies of well-known companies in US, Europe and China
- Action learning intended to relate the personal and team roles to organizational growth phases and immediate performance improvement options
Leadership, organizational growth strategies, organizational assessment, business ecology
Who Should Attend?
- Executives of for-profit or nonprofit, startup or well-established organizations seeking lessons and insights in organizational growth, stagnation or renewal, and relevant personal or organizational priorities
- Management teams seeking shared understanding on organizational growth strategy, team analysis and action, and development priorities, especially in a conducive, offsite environment
- Management consultants seeking valuable toolkit and useful insights for strategic management and leadership development for client organizations
- Investors seeking sophisticated approaches to analyzing, developing and changing management teams of portfolio companies
Organizations and Businesses Using These Training Tools
Hewlett Packard, NetApp, Philips, British Telecom, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Applied Materials, GDF-Suez, European Patent Office, Home Office, National Health Service, Rabo Bank, HBOS, Logica, Village Capital, Agricultural Bank of China, Grolsch, and Logica.
Also from the Monterey Institute and de Baak: Maintaining Values Throughout Organizational Growth
Supporting Educational Institutions
|De Baak is one of Europe’s most renowned management training institutes. It pioneered the understanding of the human side of enterprise. Its programs focus on individuals and their effective interaction within organization and society.|
|The Monterey Institute, a graduate school of Middlebury College, offers professional graduate programs to develop global citizens and promote civic engagement in tackling some of the most critical problems of our time.|