Cultures, Behaviours and Performance – How Behaviours Drive Performance (London, UK)
There is overwhelming evidence that when a team establishes a solid set of working rituals and aligned practices, its collective output can rise against seemingly insurmountable odds. However, during intense periods of organisational change, performance comes under fire. So what must team members and leaders do to safeguard team cohesion and output?
To help explore the topic of how behaviours drive performance, the Change Management Institute is extremely excited to be working with Professor Adrian Furnham.
Professor Furnham will show the importance of getting under the skin of a workforce; how employees can help achieve strategic goals set by the leaders of the organisation; how the workforce through its own changed behaviours can deliver new ways of working.
Join us on Tuesday 7th May as Adrian charts us through:
- Different types of Motivation
- Classic theories and their limitations
- Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
- Motivation, satisfaction and productivity
About our Speaker
Professor Adrian Furnham has doctorates from both Oxford and London University. He has recently retired as Professor of Psychology at University College London after 37 years. He is an adjunct Professor at BI: The Norwegian Business School.
Aside from his academic appointments, Adrian as written over 1200 scientific papers and over 80 books including High Potential (2018) and Motivation and Performance (2017).
M&C Saatchi Transform uses innovative employee-driven approaches to deliver business transformation. Its solutions combine social scientific rigour, creativity and deep understanding of human behaviour to embed lasting change.
Leadenhall Consulting provides executive coaching, learning & development services and HR consulting to firms. The organisation has grown its client base across corporates, public sector and not-for-profit organisations as well as its geographical operations which now cover the UK, Europe, US, Middle East, Asia and Australia.
Members £15, Non-Members £30. Members should login to claim the discount. Times are BST.