Date(s) - 16/03/2017 - 31/12/2017
Course Leader: Paul Boston, Actus Performance Inc.
Duration: 1 hour 0 minute
Over the last few years, there has been controversy and concern about the effectiveness of current performance management practices and employee engagement. Given the complexity and different viewpoints of these challenges, the fact remains that in a competitive marketplace, an organization’s strategic advantage is its people. HR professionals who realize this are now focusing their attention on creating cultures of optimal work experience.
Paul’s topic “Creating the Optimal Workplace Experience” comes from his years of experience working with high performing organizations and being an elite-level athlete. This workshop outlines the foundations for an optimal work experience and how to create an organization in which optimal work is experienced daily. Paul shares his experiences working with clients in this area along with the latest discoveries from neuro-performance sciences in the area of optimal human performance. You will leave the presentation with greater insights and inspiration to start creating a workplace culture of optimal experiences.
This workshop will cover the following:
- Why employee engagement is just the starting point
- Why improved performance management processes are not enough
- How to create a culture of significance
- What workplace happiness is really all about
- How to have “even better if” conversations
- What really allows people to perform at their best
PRESENTER: Paul Boston, Actus Performance Inc.
Paul Boston is the president of Actus Performance, a high-performance development firm. With an undergraduate degree in consumer behaviour, Paul started his professional career working in the fast-paced and demanding world of marketing and advertising with Fortune 500 companies and organizations around the globe. At the same time, he started racing at the elite level of triathlons and qualified four times for the World Triathlon Championships and started to discover performance similarities between his athletic and professional career. Inspired by this insight and passionate about improving the performance of his clients, Paul went back to school to study adult training and development, specializing in workplace performance. As an organizational high-performance development specialist, Paul works with clients to help them understand the fundamental performance values, attitudes and skills people, teams and organizations need in our ever-changing modern-day work world.