Speaker: Mr. Paul Byrne is a senior partner and trainer with Mackay Byrne Group; he is also a professor of communications skills in Ottawa, Ontario.
Now, with many of us leading remote teams, we need new ways of determining results. This webinar provides an overview of the objectives and characteristics of a successful results-based work culture. You will learn the importance of establishing task-based, SMART goals for team members and how to set your team up for success. You will learn tips to build an open, trusting connection with your team, to establish accountability, and to communicate successes.
Why Should You Attend
Building a successful results-based work culture has many benefits including increased productivity, performance and efficiency. The focus of a results-based work culture shifts from “putting in time at the office or my desk” to meeting and exceeding goals. Employees have clear individual goals that fit into team goals, which ultimately support the company’s goals. In this time of increased remote work, there is an opportunity to rethink how we lead and evaluate performance.
- Objectives of building a results-based work culture
- Advantages and challenges of a results-based work culture
- Success factors of resulted-based companies (case studies)
- Mindset and key leadership competencies to implement a successful resulted-based work culture
- Strategies to develop goals, assign accountability, and provide feedback on results
- Working with remote teams in a results-based work culture
- Learn the advantages of a results-based work culture
- Determine how to successfully establish a resulted-based culture
- Understand the leadership qualities need to leadership competencies to implement a successful resulted-based work culture
- Learn best practices to create a results-based work culture
- Understand how to apply this strategy with a remote team
Who will Benefit
- Anyone leading a remote team
- Leaders who want to improve work results
- Any industry or government
This activity has been approved for 1.5 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI). Please make note of the activity ID number on your recertification application form. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org
This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP
Mr. Paul Byrne is a senior partner and trainer with Mackay Byrne Group; he is also a professor of communications skills in Ottawa, Ontario. As a professor, he’s been formally recognized for outstanding achievements in teaching and curriculum design. Corporate clients have been consistently rewarded with his ability to translate academic theory and psychological research into practical communication techniques for the workplace. His training design and delivery skills have been applauded by clients coast to coast.
His personal belief is that enhanced communication competence is a result of a heightened selfawareness, an appreciation of benefits (personal and organizational), and knowledge of easy to understand communication techniques and strategies. To this end, he consistently creates an environment that is psychologically safe, highly participatory, and above all, professionally relevant.
Paul has been facilitating personal communication skills training for over fourteen years.He has,
A Masters Degree in Adult Education
Authored, and co-authored, numerous books and publications related to Performance Communication Skills in the workplace
Designed curriculum for the Province on Ontario
Enhanced the communication presence and competence of thousands of individuals nationwide
Developed and delivered Strategic Communication Skills training workshops for many Fortune 500 companies