The madness of the day
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To achieve strategic ambitions today leaders are challenged to focus on learning, changing and innovating to meet the complex, evolving demands of customers and stakeholders. Organizational education alone does not solve complex organizational issues but it is vital to increase the competencies of people and to strengthen the competencies of the organization. Given the half-life of knowledge today, education is primary to organizational development and can lead to sustainable value. As such, The Conscio™ Group highlights the role of education in the beginning, during and after accomplishing organizational transitions.
First and foremost, our trainings, seminars, workshops and intensive professional development experiences depend upon the motivation of people to grow. In the process of co-creating, co-designing, co-developing and co-implementing a transition, we guide people to build upon their talents, knowledge and skills in a way that matches the internal and external changing strategy of the organization. The main goal of our educational services is to develop professional competencies, knowledge and skills which enhance the quality of professional actions for the future. During our education, we create the conditions for people to share expertise and experiences. In doing so, we strengthen the organization to develop a community of practice. In our view, educational initiatives that expand the body of knowledge, improve the quality of professional skills and develop a sustainable learning culture within the organization should be focused on visual behavior change.
Educational development processes that are embedded within an organization should consider a multitude of factors like strategy, motivation, values, means, relevancy, methods, tools, content, process, and short and long term outcomes. These education processes should be current and match the organizational and societal context. Educational programs that do not lead to greater mobility, employability and accountability and are not linked to clear goals of professionals and the organization are a waste of precious time and resources.