Group work is better – yeah/nah?

Bosses – take a back seat, session 2 of 2

This culture conversation looks at empowerment through self directed teams. It is made up of two x 1 hour sessions. Session 2 of 2 sets out to apply this approach in our teams – with a special focus on visual graphic systems for communication. Does face to face engagement beat technology?

The next Session 2 of 2 is at Dovedale DD02-101 at 2pm Thursday 2 November.

Email alan.palmer@canterbury.ac.nz to book your place. Booking not essential but helpful in planning materials/handouts etc. Also indicate if you wish to be on the outlook invitation for all sessions. That’s the best way to find out about what’s coming up.

Visual Management Boards provide a focal point for self directed teams to share their purpose, their direction, their ideas, their to-do list and their results. Team members gain skills along the way. See different examples of visual management boards at the workshop.
Don’t be shy! If you would like to share examples of your visual management display boards please email photos to Alan by 5pm Wednesday 1 November.

This workshop is part of a series of culture conversations alternating between Ilam and Dovedale Campuses. Join us in an informal workshop environment and share your knowledge and experiences from your team with a wider group. The workshop will be facilitated by Alan Palmer. The purpose of these workshops is to encourage teams across Learning Resources to meet and learn from each other about shaping a constructive work place culture that values people.
He aha te mea nui o te ao
What is the most important thing in the world?
He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata
It is the people, it is the people, it is the people

For the dates of further sessions refer to this timetable link.

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