Creating A High Performance Culture By ‘Thinking In 3D’!

25May Creating A High Performance Culture By ‘Thinking In 3D’!

HR Exchange May 2016HR ExchangeIt was great to speak at the HR Exchange event today – good to see so many people contributing and swapping ideas – just how we like it! Thanks to the Bhayani HR & Employment Law team for organising such a good event.  The topic was ‘Creating A High Performance Culture By Thinking In 3D’ and we explored how businesses can engage their people and maximise performance.


For those that came along (and for those that didn’t!), here are a few ‘extra resources’ you might find useDownload Andy's Slidesful…

My Slides…

Here are the slides I used during the session – Feel free to Download, Develop and Do’ something with them! Just click on the image to get them.


Create An UBER Culture E-Book…

A 18 page e-book that builds on many of the things we discussed during the session and gives you lots of ideas to make it work in your business. Simply click on the image to get access to it.

 

 


3D ThoughtsAndy’s 3D Thoughts…

Our short (3 minute) weekly podcast that gives you news, ideas and examples to help you ‘Think in 3D’. No need to download anything – just visit our website each week – we’ll send you a link. Click on the image to ‘subscribe’ or if you’re all ‘modern’, you can subscribe via iTunes. To give you a ‘feel’, here’s this weeks edition


Amazon LogoOur Book…

The 7 Characteristics Of Dramatically And Demonstrably Different Businesses is available from Amazon as a paperback or a Kindle version – it’s 320 pages with real insights in to what 3D Businesses do, and how they do it! Simply click on the image to get your copy!


And Finally….

UCLAOur UCLA Programme…

This is our leadership and business development programme aimed at helping Up And Coming Leaders Accelerate their development and their 3D Thinking’. It starts in June and it’s a great way to learn, develop and network. Click on the image to get more details.

Any queries or questions about anything I spoke about (or didn’t!), please don’t hesitate to ‘Get In Touch‘ or leave me a comment below!

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