Connection: the secret to creating a more human-centric business
In this dynamic deep-dive, our Chair John Drummond will share brand new insights into how your organisation can build a more human-centric, resilient, innovative and successful workplace through the extraordinary power of connection.
Connection is what employees desperately want. It brings meaning, belonging, loyalty and wellbeing, and it’s underpinned by the science. According to the Microsoft Work Trend Index, 73% of employees need a better reason to go into work than just company expectations; connecting with colleagues was given as their key motivation.
Joining the dots
But what does that mean? How does it work in practice? What makes connection the secret not just to flexible working but to wellbeing, transformation, innovation and employee motivation?
John will explore the answers to these questions and more, drawing on the latest insights from business, psychology, neuroscience, behaviour change, anthropology, and from his own recent reports in this area (The Human Organisation and Innovation for Everyone).
As a sneak peek, you’ll discover:
- The neuroscience of connection: Connection is a fundamental part of human nature, built right into our brain, and triggered by our neurotransmitters.
- The numbers behind connection: The numbers 2, 15, 21, 50 and 150 influence the effectiveness of human connection between colleagues. But how?
- The impacts of connection: What is the science behind social networks and the relevance to you in your work?
- The benefits of connection: And why does connection link to loyalty, belonging, productivity, innovation and transformation?
It’s going to be a profound and pragmatic 60 minutes.
Join us on Thursday 11th January, 9:30am – 10:30am. Register your interest using the form below.
Please note: we will be running this session digitally via Zoom.