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Workshops That Engage
Are your teams so swamped with emails, meetings, and processes that they have zero time for truly valuable work? This workshop arms them with simplification techniques used by Fidelity, NBC, and Accenture to kill complexity daily and prioritize the work that matters.
The most dangerous phrase in the workplace is “we’ve always done it this way.” Challenge the status quo in this Accelerated Learning session by killing off annoying or outdated rules in your org using one simple exercise.
Get teams aligned on behaviors that kill complexity and breed simplicity so everyone starts doing more work that matters. In this Accelerated learning session, you’ll discuss which habits are holding people back from simplifying and gain commitments for changing those behaviors immediately.
Keynotes That Inspire
Unproductive meetings, endless emails, and reports-for-the-sake-of-reporting aren’t the definition of meaningful work—they’re the result of complexity. To create a workplace where there’s actually time and space to innovate, you’ll learn from CEO and TED-talk veteran Lisa Bodell how to become your own chief simplification officer. Get the techniques used by the nimblest of companies to save time, kill rules, and boost productivity on the work that matters. By killing complexity, you’ll increase customer trust, staff retention, and innovate faster.
Tools That Empower
- Organizations where red tape and redundancies are commonplace.
- Teams that are struggling to find time for high-value work.
- Leaders who want to identify and simplify areas of complexity in the company.
Skills You’ll Learn
- Improved prioritization
- Better productivity
My team left the session completely energized…the structure around the activities worked brilliantly and sparked great discussion.Pfizer
Results from FutureThink Clients
Golf Channel employees killed or changed 30 stupid rules in 60 minutes.
Merck participants reported a 20% reduction in email across business units.
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