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Connect@Rata Networking Breakfast

Connect@Rata Networking Breakfast

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  • Fri 26 Jul ’19, 7:15am – 9:15am


Fisher House, 117 Kerwyn Ave, East Tamaki


Adults Only

Ticket Information:

  • Seat Ticket: $109.59

The Topic: Putting People First in Our Workplaces.
Guest Speaker: Rawdon Christie.

Companies need to realize the power of creating people-centric organisations that value the happiness of employees as much as the bottom line.
Although a serious topic, this is a humorous presentation that will have a hugely positive impact on any organisation or manager and leave them with some key messages to implement within their organisation.

Profile: Rawdon outlines in this presentation why it’s not only important for organisations to put their people first, but that it’s essential.
He tells the story of how his career at TVNZ came to an end and the personal impact it had. He shares observations about the environment he had been working in and the impact it was having on employees and the business as a whole. Rawdon shares his research into what sets one organisation above others as he found a common connection among those that thrive – that they put their people first.

Why is this important?
Rawdon will outline the huge impact that positive relationships and employee value has on a business. He uses examples of where ‘putting people first’ has transformed an organisation’s culture, productivity and profitability – such as:
- The rewards of having an inspired workforce.
- The dangers of having a dissatisfied workforce.
- How getting it right enhances that all-important element of success – REPUTATION.

How do we put people first?
Rawdon’s presentation outlines simple and effective tools that can be employed by an individual or organisation to make their staff feel valued and empowered – plus:
- What satisfies employees, what engages employees and what inspires employees?
- What can a company or team leader do to build satisfaction, engagement and ultimately inspiration?
- The challenges of face-to-face communication in the Digital Era and how to counter them.

We encourage key staff to attend who wish to drive change in business​ culture and well-being to enhance responsible and accountable behaviour within their organisations.
It is all about a ‘Duty of Care’ to one another – from employers to employees.

Expressions of Interest: For those keen to learn more – a detailed event invite is available on request.
Call 0274 572825 or email: Please note: This training day is limited to 30 guests.

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