Webinar Series: Critical Business Continuity Planning UK, US

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Business continuity planning has become critical given the current environment, and to help organisations adapt and hopefully thrive during the weeks ahead, we will be delivering a series of free webinars wherewe will be talking you through some of the critical issues, but will also be avaiable for questions through a Q&A session.

To register, just click the registration button against each webinar.

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Shingo: Deploying Ideal Behaviours Part II

with John Quirke

30 September 2020 @ 13pm BST

Join us for Part II of our webinar series on Deploying Ideal Behaviours. Part II will focus on how you Deploy and Engage your teams with Behaviours once they have been identified. You can catch up on Part I by visiting our website here but it’s not required https://sapartners.com/webinar-shingo-deploying-ideal-behaviours/.

The Shingo Enterprise Excellence model focuses on the identification of Ideal behaviours that will enable your organisation to achieve sustainable ‘Ideal’ results. These behaviours must be supported by key systems within the business. But what does this really mean? How do we identify Ideal behaviours? Who identifies them? How do the Shingo Principles help in identifying Ideal behaviours? Do we need a behaviour for every principle? What if our behaviours have been far from the ideal in the past or even now?

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Covid Management – Commitment vs Compliance

with John Quirke & Liz Connelly

14 October 2020 @ 13PM BST

As our team travel around and continue to support our clients during this very challenging period we see various levels of implementation and sustainment of practices designed to manage Covid within the workplace.   We can distinguish between organisations that are Committed to or are Compliant to the management of Covid within the organisation.  In our view, compliance is not enough. Often the gap is simply a lack of awareness of the detail necessary to successfully keep Covid out of the organisation.  In this webinar John Quirke who leads our Global Life Science business will discuss Covid management practices with Liz Connelly a registered infection control Nurse and specialist in infection control and management.  John and Liz will review practical examples of how Covid can be managed and discuss how Leadership and Management Practices change in those companies who are committed to keeping their workplaces as far as possible Covid free.

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Shingo: Deploying Ideal Behaviours Part III

with John Quirke 

15 October 2020 @ 13PM BST

Join us for Part III of our webinar series on Deploying Ideal Behaviours. Part III will focus on how you put in place the right systems to measure and monitor engagement. Without this, behaviours can revert back to ‘the way they were’. You can catch up on Parts I and II by visiting our website https://sapartners.com/category/resources/

The Shingo Enterprise Excellence model focuses on the identification of Ideal behaviours that will enable your organisation to achieve sustainable ‘Ideal’ results. These behaviours must be supported by key systems within the business. But what does this really mean? How do we identify Ideal behaviours? Who identifies them? How do the Shingo Principles help in identifying Ideal behaviours? Do we need a behaviour for every principle? What if our behaviours have been far from the ideal in the past or even now?

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Aligning Learning & Development to Organisational Strategy

with John Quirke, Keivan Zokaei & Megan James

28 October 2020 @ 13PM BST

We often see significant misalignment between learning and development activity and the real needs of a business.  During a survey of a large organisation employees stated that less than 20% of the learning and development activity they had been involved with in the last twelve months was directly related to the work that they do.  This is an astounding waste of effort and in effect acts as a disengagement process rather than an engagement process within the organisation.

 

In this webinar John Quirke and Professor Keivan Zokaei will discuss the design of an effective leaning and development system that is truly aligned to the strategic needs of a business and supports the desired culture within and organisation. In particular in these challenging times, where knowledge islands are a very real risk,  how can we effectively capture critical knowledge and ensure that it can be transferred effectively and in the shortest time when the need arises.

To find out more, please email Ailsa Carson.