International consulting firm BMGI will be hosting a business breakfast in Durban on Friday, May 29, that will focus on the key topic of unlocking the creative potential of people in an organization.
Presenter at the breakfast will be BMGI South Africa’s Organisational Design and Development Lead Consultant, Ginty Chalk.
“Leadership in business is about more than making decisions and taking risks. It is also about making the most of one of your most critical resources – your staff. Many executives do not realize that the scope for enabling their people to engage in ongoing improvement activities is, truth be told, limitless,” she explains.
BMGI is an international consulting firm focusing on strategy, innovation, operational excellence and change management. Emphasis is on the practical side of strategy—making sure clients have clear directions and goals while ensuring that those goals are truly achievable. This particular breakfast will focus on how to improve the engagement of people in a business and unleash their inherent creative potential.
“When I work with clients, I emphasise the following – ‘Don’t do for people that which they can do for themselves.’ This approach requires that managers be taught how to do this. Even though we cannot get down to the specifics of a particular organization at a breakfast, we know that the overall approach is useful to companies. Very often, these breakfasts lead to deeper relationships with clients that have been extremely beneficial to everyone,” explains Chalk.
The BMGI “Getting Engaged…The Leadership Challenge” breakfast will be held at the Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani, 63 Snell Parade, Durban from 08h00 till 11h00 on Friday, May 29. It is aimed at HR, Learning and Development and Talent Managers and entrance is free. Registration is essential, however.
To register, go to http://bit.ly/1F4X5au