Look to the Future: How to Use Training to Build a Culture that Stops Blaming and Gets Back to Work Already
Date and TimeThu, Apr 23, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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Much of what’s happening in our organizations today is nothing more than a thinly veiled blame game. Colleagues gather in post mortem meetings to “find out what went wrong.” Managers use goals and accountability as weapons to dole out punishment when things change unexpectedly. And sooner or later, we all find ourselves accidentally contributing to a culture of duck-and-cover as we create ever more complex forms of the argument that “I did my part, I can’t control everything.”
There’s nothing wrong with post mortems, accountability, or clear boundaries, of course. But with everyone working hard to get the work done but just a little harder to ensure the buck stops somewhere else, we all find ourselves stuck in a world of increasing stress and decreasing output.
How can training help to fix this? In this multimedia webinar, you’ll explore through video and interaction just how bestselling author and award-winning management consultant Ed Muzio teaches the building blocks of looking forward culture. Train people to move away from blame and toward a clear-eyed view of what’s likely to happen next, and you will have made a contribution to your entire organization usually reserved for higher-level leaders and expert consultants. The truth is, you may be better positioned than they are to make this happen – you just need to know how!
About Ed Muzio
Ed Muzio has been called “one of the planet’s clearest thinkers about management practice” – by someone who would know, the editor of a global management magazine. He’s one of a few management systems experts in the world who works directly with C-Suite and executive teams simultaneously to achieve significant cultural shifts throughout the organization in even the most challenging circumstances. Maybe that’s why one reviewer called his bestselling book, Iterate, “a must read for CEO’s and leaders.”
Focused on improving human performance through his analytical approach to culture change, Ed works with Fortune 500 leaders and managers, individual practitioners, and everyone in between. He has been featured as a workplace dynamics expert in international media ranging from CBS and The New York Post to CEOWorld and Business Management Daily.