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Becoming a Progressive Employer


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Becoming a Progressive Employer

Price: $ 49.95+GST

Learn what sets progressive organizations apart from others in this one-day course. Employers can be considered progressive for numerous reasons, from the way they treat their staff to their approach to technology. This course will help employers develop an innovative approach to business.

In this course, you will gain an understanding of what being progressive means, and then take time to truly examine this concept through activities and discussion. You will look at the process involved in going from the status quo to being progressive, along with how to develop or enhance a progressive mindset and innovative ideas. The last part of the course involves understanding the importance of a succession plan to a progressive organization.

Table of Contents

1. Course Overview
Learning Objectives
Pre-Assignment
Pre-Course Assessment
2. What Does Progressive Mean?
A Definition
Examples of Progressive
Companies
Case Study: Eyes on the Skies, Part One
Case Study: Eyes on the Skies, Part Two
Brainstorming
3. Getting From Here to There
Gap Analysis
Analyzing
Process Overview, Part One
Process Overview, Part Two
4. Progressive Mindset
Being Open to Progress
A Progressive Mindset
Progressive Thinkers
5. The Good and Not So Good
Pros and Cons
6. It Can Come From Within
Thinking About it
Finding Examples
Going it Alone, Part One
Going it Alone, Part Two
Creativity and Innovation in Business, Part One
Creativity and Innovation in Business, Part Two
7. Workers Matter
Workers Matter
Avenues to Consider:
Compensation
Avenues to Consider: Employee Well-being
Avenues to Consider: Flexible Working Arrangements
Avenues to Consider: Training
Avenues to Consider:
Communication
Avenues to Consider: Social Media Policy
Avenues to Consider: Work and Play
Pen to Paper
8. As the Curtain Comes Down
Succession Planning
Key Ingredients of a Successful Plan
Plan Production, Part One
Plan Production, Part Two
9. Personal Action Plan
Starting Point
Where I Want to Go
How I Will Get There
10. Course Summary
11. Recommended Reading List
12. Post-Course Assessment