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Fake “Work” Stealing Profits, Productivity and Morale?

presented by Dr. Brent D. Peterson and Gaylan W. Nielson

It may seem simple, but workplaces are plagued by Fake “Work” that is draining dollars and employee productivity and morale. Brent and Gaylan will focus on the causes of Fake “Work” and the paths to Real “Work,” aligning individuals and teams to execute on organizational strategy.

http://www.slideshare.net/eremedia/fake-work-stealing-profits-productivity-and-morale

http://blip.tv/file/4625303

Learn Life-Saving Strategies that Translate into Daily Work that gets Results.

Dr. Brent D. Peterson and Gaylan W. Nielson, authors of, Fake “Work”: Why People Are Working Harder Than Ever but Accomplishing Less, and How to Fix the Problem, will explore the issues of Fake “Work” and the work place.

It may seem simple, but workplaces are plagued by Fake “Work” that is draining dollars and employee productivity and morale. The authors define Fake “Work” as work that is not aligned with organizational strategy, which goes beyond the meaningless conference calls and unproductive meetings. Most people work hard, but they don’t feel their hard work contributes to organizational strategy or results. Research shows about fifty percent of all work is Fake “Work.”

Peterson and Nielson’s practical approach will provide participants a look at work in a new way providing building blocks of strategy, alignment and execution – no execution, no value. They will help participants focus on what brings people together to do real work – productivity, alignment and performance. Brent and Gaylan will focus on the causes of Fake “Work” and the paths to Real “Work,” aligning individuals and teams to execute on organizational strategy.

Benefits of the Webinar:

  • Increase your value and contribution to your organization
  • Decrease exposure and risk by linking to strategy
  • Increase cooperation and communication
  • Learn new ways to contribute to your team and to overall results
  • Increase your personal leadership skills for improved execution

“The systematic transformation of fake work to real work is the new definition of execution.”

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