Thriving Together: Cultivating Organizational Health with a Growth Mindset

11:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Event Type: Training
Location: North Campus
Fee: Free

"The single greatest advantage any company can achieve is organizational health. Yet it is ignored by most leaders even though it is simple, free, and available to anyone who wants it."*

In this workshop, explore the four essential disciplines that leaders must embrace to effectively manage the pervasive discomfort, uncertainty, and ambiguity that define the contemporary business world. Gain valuable insights into how cultivating a growth mindset can lay the foundation for building a healthy, thriving organization. Join us on this transformative journey as we equip you with the tools and mindset needed to navigate the ever-changing business landscape and unlock the true potential of your organization

*Lencioni, Patrick M.. The Advantage p. 22

Learning Outcomes:
• Describe the four disciplines of organizational health (OH))
• Identify why leaders don't think OH is useful
• Understand the importance of vulnerability-based trust
• Describe the importance of a growth mindset in building OH
• Apply the OH model to a current challenge

Facilitator Bio

Jeremy Staples has been a post-secondary educational leader for almost 30 years. His work focused on developing opportunities that created exceptional student learning experiences, prioritizing the development of the students’ critical, creative and reflective thinking capacity to prepare them for the workplace demands of the 21st Century. An advocate of the importance of a growth mindset and learning, Jeremy has collaborated with a variety of teams to create innovative programs that develop self-awareness and an understanding of others as drivers of change. In 2017, Jeremy started a consultancy focused on developing the capacity of individuals and teams to navigate the new world of work through adopting a growth mindset, leaning into the discomfort associated with creativity, and building cohesive teams to build healthy organizational cultures.