Creating a High Impact Learning Organization

Mary T. O’Sullivan

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This webinar will cover several of SHRM core competencies. Among them are: “how to institute a learning culture within organizations to foster effective teambuilding among stakeholders as well as support behaviors consistent with conforming to organizational culture”. In addition, this course “promotes consensus among organizational stakeholders when proposing new initiatives” – SHRM website.

Why Should You Attend:

Is your workforce stagnating and resistant to new ideas? Is your management team holding the belief that the “way we’ve always done it” is the only way? How well are you versed in what it takes to create a more informed and open work environment and engage employees at all levels in the process of growing your business? If you want to create and support a culture of curiosity and honesty, this course will give you the tools you need to get started. Based in science and documented research, you’ll learn the foundational approach to building a learning culture.

In a learning culture, the environment of “curiosity” and “innovation” are encouraged. Honest feedback is given, and hiring managers are able to be more selective in their hiring practices. A learning culture ties an employee’s desires to the job he or she is performing, and the organization fosters curiosity and innovation. Also critical to a learning culture is the ability of the organization to recognize shifts in direction and realign itself by taking specific steps to restore its desired results.

A 2013 Gallup study revealed that only 13% of the workforce is actively engaged in their jobs. How do you keep employees engaged at every level? The importance of employee engagement can’t be overstated – employee engagement strategies have been proven to reduce staff turnover, improve productivity and efficiency, retain customers at a higher rate, and make more profits. Most importantly, engaged employees are happier, both at work and in their lives. Jack Welch believed that 30% of a leader’s time should be spent in “teaching” to improve succession planning, and pass down important “tribal” information, that was often lost with.

Later research and analysis proved that an even more engaging approach in establishing a “learning culture”. In a learning culture, the environment of “curiosity” and “innovation” are encouraged. Honest feedback is given, and hiring managers are more selective in their hiring practices. A learning culture ties an employee’s desires to the job he or she is performing, and the organization fosters curiosity and innovation. Also critical to a learning culture is the ability of the organization to recognize shifts in direction and realign itself by taking specific steps to restore its desired results.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Introduction and background
  1. Senge
  • Gartner
  • Bersin
  • Processes to cultivate and support a learning culture – overview
  • Reward continuous learning
  • Give meaningful and constructive feedback
  • Lead by example
  • Hire curious people
  • Gallup Survey
  • Review
  • Questions and Answer

Who Will Benefit:

  • HR Professionals, Directors, Executive Directors, VPs of HR, Managers, CEOs staff members.
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Speaker: Mary T. O’Sullivan,

Mary T. O’Sullivan, Master of Science, Organizational Leadership, , International Coach Federation - PCC, Society of Human Resource Management – SHRM-SCP, Master’s Certificate in Executive and Professional Career Coaching, University of Texas at Dallas. Member Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Honor Society. Advanced Studies in Education from SUNY Oswego and Syracuse University.

Mary O’Sullivan has over 30 years’ experience in the aerospace and defense industry, with large corporate entities. In each of her roles, she acted as a change agent, moving teams and individuals from status quo to new ways of thinking, through offering solutions focused on changing behaviors and fostering growth. In addition, Mary holds a permanent teaching certificate in the State of New York for secondary education, and taught high school English for 10 years in the Syracuse, NY area




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