Learning organisations are as such with the intention of adaptability and confidence in the face of disruptive change. What happens when the skills and knowledge in place are no longer relevant and a change of perspective is needed? How often do organisations challenge long-standing perspectives and strategies/tactics? Unfortunately even with programs that encourage learning, organisations are not ‘future-fit’ because they struggle to unlearn.
This keynote / workshop, decodes the value of unlearning, outlines the dangers of organisational failure to unlearn and sets out key traits of organisations that wish to adopt a culture of continuous development.
The keynote presentation
The organisations that are still in existence after years of industrial disruption and those that will be standing in the next twenty plus years are those that were able to adapt and respond confidently to disruption. When organisations build learning, unlearning and relearning into the very hearts or rather, DNA of their company culture, they are able to innovate and become proactive, whatever tomorrow may throw their way.
We will look at unlearning and what (it is), why (it is important) and how (to do it) within the structures and walls of your unique organisation. Participants will leave with a clear idea as to what an organisational culture of unlearning looks like, doesn’t look like and how they can begin fostering it for future-fitness.
As a result of this presentation / workshop participants will
- Understand that building and strengthening organisational cultures of unlearning is paramount in developing future-proof teams.
- Know how to use a positive culture of learning to drive business metrics and influence employee performance.
- Have a grasp on tools to enhance and build future-focused organisations.
- Be able to confidently engage in developmental engagements.
Cracking The UnLearning Code can be fully customised to fit a keynote time slot of anything between 45-90 minutes (our recommendation is for 60 minutes or more)
Workshops can be anything between half-a-day to two-days. The workshop offers a very interactive engagement including some experiential learning exercises.