Culture of Accountability – a Recipe for High Performing Organizations
Most organization have a strategic plan. But 70% fail to achieve their strategic goals. Why?
Organizational churn! What is churn? It is that wasted activity in organizations that absorbs time, wastes energy, and doesn’t produce expected results. Organizations can rid themselves of this churn and become higher performing. Success requires a concerted effort on many fronts.
This webinar provides an understanding of the fundamentals of improving organization performance. Some organizations do well in some areas, and not so well in others. This webinar will help you to understand the causes of underperformance, and what to do about it.
This webinar content focuses on the key elements of the Effective Managers™ organization performance model:
As a complex system, an organization has many similarities with a tree. They share traits such as resilience, and the ability to thrive under challenging conditions.
The similarities between trees and organizations don’t end on their general traits. We can expand the analogy to their building blocks, as elements that determine whether they will thrive or not.
Key Topics Include:
- Why strategies fail
- Introduction to the 9 elements of top performing organizations
- The importance of managerial leadership
- An introduction to the three people elements:
- Accountability and Authority
- Managerial Leadership
- Managerial Capability
Meet the Workshop Facilitator
Dwight Mihalicz, FCMC
Dwight helps organizations perform at their best. He helps clients to improve performance. He works with owners and CEOs to ensure that everyone in the organization is focused on the right work. He focuses on manger effectivenes ensuring that all managers, from the Owner or CEO to the front line, are focused on their key strategic priorities and have the accountability and authority required for success. Using every-day language, he translates complex concepts into meaningful action that can be applied immediately.
Dwight’s breadth and depth of experience, knowledge, and organizational know-how are integral in providing solutions that work for you. Using his experience as a manager, executive, and management consultant, Dwight helps CEOs and Executives maintain the balancing act required to maximize their organizations’ performance.
Dwight has founded and is President of Effective Managers™, a management consulting firm based in Canada and providing services globally. Dwight has worked with a variety of organizations: of different sizes, in all sectors, and in many countries. He helps clients solve the problems they are facing so that they can be more successful.
Dwight earned an MBA from the University of Ottawa, where he also served as the Director of the Dean’s Advisory Board at the Telfer School of Management. In 2013, Dwight was inducted as an Honorary Member of Beta Gamma Sigma by the Telfer School of Management, the highest honor a business student can receive through an AACSB accredited university.
Dwight is also currently the Chairman of The International Council of Management Consulting Institutes. He has been elected a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Management Consultants (CMC-Canada) in recognition of his outstanding contributions to his profession, his clients and to the community. He is also a Fellow of the Business Excellence Institute.
An author of many papers and publications, Dwight has published The Effective CEO: The Balancing Act that Drives Sustainable Performance, a book that explores the key functions that CEOs must execute to be successful.
The Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation is the profession’s only international certification mark, established in 49 countries, and through the Global Institute in every country of the world. It represents a commitment to the highest standards of consulting and adherence to the ethical canons of the profession. CMC-Canada (the Canadian Association of Management Consultants) administers, and its provincial Institutes confer, the CMC designation in Canada. For more information, please visit www.cmc-canada.ca