Building Cultural Alignment (Tasmania, AU)
Join us as we explore strategies to build cultural alignment in our organisations.
Helen Rees, of Frameworks for Change, is a leader in her field with a particular focus on developing high performing organisations, adaptive leadership and leading in a complex and changing environment.
She says, “Cultural alignment is the hardest but most powerful thing for organisations to develop. Culture resides in teams. Organisational alignment is based on building a network of communication and consistency across those teams.” Our challenge now is how best to go about this.
Light snacks provided, and non-alcoholic beverages.
About our Speaker
Described as having an encyclopaedic knowledge of how to manage people to be at their best, Helen is a talented and vibrant consultant, coach, educator and entrepreneur.
With a background in community services and organisational development, a passion for learning and a commitment to change, she established Frameworks for Change in 2003 and has been working intensively with managers and leaders across the public, private and not for profit sectors ever since.
Her primary focus is the development of leaders and the transformation of workplace culture. She is a Master Facilitator, a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner, a lover of neuroscience and an avid explorer of new ways of working. She has recently returned from Harvard where she studied the Art and Practice of Leadership Development with a particular focus on adaptive leadership and leading in a complex and changing environment.
We acknowledge and thank our event sponsor Frameworks for Change. The quest of Frameworks for Change is to transform the world of work, freeing up people and organisations to be at their best, do great work and make the difference that they are designed to do.
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