NWI Webinar: Design Your Culture for Change
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NWI Webinar: Design Your Culture for Change

This webinar is part of NWI's Wellness Webinars series--always free for NWI members!

 Export to Your Calendar 6/18/2020
When: Thursday, June 18, 2020
1 p.m. - 2 p.m. CT
Where: United States
Presenter: Hanlie van Wyk
Contact: National Wellness Institute
715-342-2969


Online registration is available until: 6/18/2020
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Design Your Culture for Change

Hanlie van Wyk Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020
Time: 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. CENTRAL (CT) time
Presenter: Hanlie van Wyk, Founder & Director, Change Craft & BRATLAB Ltd.

 

Continuing education credit included!

Webinar Description

Future-proofing your organization means creating an environment that fosters resilience at the employee level. The solution? Build internal capacity for your leaders to design the contexts of their work in support of their teams, practicing the habits that promote resilience and improve performance.

During this webinar, Hanlie van Wyk of Change Craft and BRATLAB shares how you use can use Context Design, a framework that integrates design thinking, habit change research, and employee experience, to future-proof your organization.

Objectives

Following this presentation, participants will be able to:

  • describe a simple framework for designing the conditions of the workplace in support of desired habits
  • identify which habits move the needle and improve employee resilience and performance
  • identify their Change Agent Superpower and what they can do today to effect change

Webinar Access

Free for NWI members! Register above.

$60 for Guests/Non-members. (Join NWI now for free access!)

About the Presenter

Hanlie van Wyk, is a behavioral change expert, systems strategist, and author. Her career spans three decades and four continents, researching and applying behavioral change strategies to some of the most challenging behavioral problems. As director and lead change consultant with the Behavioral Research and Applied Technology Laboratory (BRATLAB), Hanlie studies, develops, and applies agnostic systems and practices that make change stick and result in high performing individuals and cultures. While BRATLAB’s framework can be applied to a wide variety of changes, Hanlie specializes in change strategies for a healthier, more productive workforce, more effective leadership, and fostering a more tolerant, inclusive workforce.