As organisational psychologists we all work to enhance performance in the workplace. In many cases, the success of the organisations we work for (and our work within them) will be determined by the culture of the organisation. Thus it is important for us to know how to positively influence organisational culture in order to promote performance. This session will provide insight into what constitutes a performance culture. You will come away with an understanding of the key elements of a performance culture and an appreciation for the change management aspects of implementing and building one.
On completion of this presentation attendees will have:
- an understanding of what constitutes a performance culture and what the underlying elements of one are
- an appreciation of the change management aspects of building a performance culture.
About the presenter(s)
Gene has over 25 years' experience in the corporate, consultancy, government and academic sectors. He worked as Dell’s EMEA Director of Talent Management, in interim roles as Global Director, Leadership Development at Getinge Group and International Director of Talent & Development for Rackspace Hosting. He also did a stint as a lecturer in Organisational Psychology and HRM at the University of Auckland. Gene is a business psychologist and takes great pleasure in critically evaluating workplace practices with a psychological lens. In the past year, he surveyed 500 UK practitioners on their PM trends, and he is now doing the same in NZ. He currently manages his own consultancy, Working Matters.