5:30pm for a 6:00pm start.
Much has been written about neuroscience and its relevance to the world of work and in particular how people learn, how they behave, and how they engage.
This interactive session will explore a neuroscience based model of values and how it might inform and assist in understanding how values drive individual behaviour and thinking. It will go on to suggest ways that organisations can develop and express values which engage their people and successfully impact on the culture. These capabilities are essential in ensuring that organisations are able to adapt and thrive in the uncertain business environment.
Jacqy Munro, Director - Learning Partners.
Jacqy Munro (FCIPD) has a background in HR in the technology sector where OD and HR solutions were recognised to be leading edge. She built on this experience and has worked as a Consultant for more than twenty years. She has helped many types of organisations in both public and private sectors to develop values and achieve culture change, by translating these into practical tools and applications and embedding these into leadership and employee behaviours. She is an experienced coach, trainer, facilitator and consultant. She has a Certificate in Applied Neuroscience and a post-grad qualification in HR.
Professional photography and video production will be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.
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What refreshments will be provided?
Light refreshments, tea, coffee and water will be available free of charge.
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CIPD Thames Valley Branch
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