10 Insights to Create a Connected and Engaged Organization | Dan Pontefract

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Tune in at 33voic.es/in6jwjw Dan is TELUS Chief Envisioner and leads the TELUS Transformation Office; an organizational culture change consulting firm. Previously, he led the leadership development, learning and collaboration technology strategy at TELUS where he introduced the TELUS Leadership Philosophy, an open and collaborative leadership framework for TELUS team, in addition to internal social tools and the pervasive learning model. Engagement improved from 53 per cent to 83 per cent in five years. A renowned speaker and practicing futurist, Dan is the author of Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization and believes todays organizations can be so much more if only they thought about employee engagement first.

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<ul><li> Powered by insights from Dan Pontefract </li> <li> This presentation consists of highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder &amp; host of 33voices. </li> <li> Dan Pontefract Dan is TELUS Chief Envisioner and leads the TELUS Transformation Office; an organizational culture change consulting firm. Previously, he led the leadership development, learning and collaboration technology strategy at TELUS where he introduced the TELUS Leadership Philosophy, an open and collaborative leader- ship framework for TELUS team, in addition to internal social tools and the pervasive learning model. Engagement improved from 53 per cent to 83 per cent in five years. A renowned speak- er and practicing futurist, Dan is the author of Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization and believes todays organiza- tions can be so much more if only they thought about employee engagement first. @dpontefract </li> <li> 1 All organizations exist to make a profit, but the most admired ones distinguish themselves by putting their people first. </li> <li> 2 When the fear of meeting expectations overtakes the trust you have in your people, youll paralyze their ability to make decisions. </li> <li> 3 The modern organization creates engagement because they ditch hierarchies, and instead build a cohesive culture where everyone works in tandem towards a common purpose. </li> <li> 4 Its the evolved leader who makes it a priority to contribute more to the organization than he consumes. </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: Connect with others first &amp; always </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: Consider options </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: Communicate your decisions </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: Create opportunities </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: Confirm what you did is what you wanted to do </li> <li> 5 Building a collaborative culture starts with appreciating the human condition. Remember the 6 Cs: Congratulate the results, efforts and learning </li> <li> 6 Modern learning structures are part formal, part informal, and part social - because the best meetings were meetings that happened spontaneously in the hallway. </li> <li> 7 In an era of Lean In women leaders, its wise for males to lean back and leverage more of their soft skills. TWEET THIS QUOTE! </li> <li> 8 Astute leaders rarely talk too much. they listen instead on what others have to say. </li> <li> 9 Talent is attracted first to purpose, and then they evaluate the opportunity. present work that matters. </li> <li> 10 Were not here to see through each other, were here to see each other through. </li> <li> Do others see in you what you think you see in yourself? REALLY REFLECT... </li> <li> Connect WITH US! Tell us what you think Chase@33voices.com </li> </ul>