Event Description

How Talent Development Drives a High Performance Culture

Apr. 25, 2012

8:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

QNET Member Rate:  $299.00 + GST
Non-Member Rate:    $359.00 + GST


Location: QNET (Note: NEW address - Suite 660, 175 Hargrave St., Winnipeg) 

To succeed in the ever changing business landscape, leaders at all levels within the organization need to build a high-performance culture. This requires planning, diligence and effort. Leaders need to develop the ability to leverage the strengths of star performers, while clearly communicating expectations to underperforming staff. The goal is a unified approach to talent development that will maximize productivity. If you have a desire to retain and leverage talented staff, this workshop is for you.

Participants will explore the following topics:

  • Planting the seeds and growing culture change
  • Nurturing star performers; using dynamic individualized development plans
  • Understanding and directing standard contributors, the middle 70-75% of employees that are vital to an organization’s success
  • Managing poor performers – working out the why of underperformance and fixing the problems
  • Engaging the workforce through talent development, leveraging natural drive and talent

Facilitator: 

With more than twenty years expertise, the facilitator brings to her presentations a dynamic combination of work experience in operations management in the private sector and teaching in the fields of business and communication at the post-secondary level. She is passionate about the human factor of change management and the development of high performance work teams, emphasizing civility as a key element of job and team satisfaction. Recently Angela completed post-graduate studies in organizational psychology at Oxford, earning her UK certification in that field. She is currently pursuing pre-doctoral research focusing on the dynamics and the “human factor” of change management.

This workshop is: 

This session is presented in partnership with Industry Workforce Development, Manitoba Entrepreneurship, Training and Trade


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