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In any Organisation Development role, your most powerful tool is yourself. It follows, then, that in order to become powerful practitioners, we need to understand and develop ourselves. A career in Organisation Development is a life-long apprenticeship; so where do we begin, and what strengths should we build on?
Many practitioners feel that their clients do not ‘get’ the value they offer. Or they find themselves grappling with power dynamics in what should be collaborative partnerships. Developing confidence as a practitioner is vital if you are to create successful collaborative partnerships.
As developers of organisations, living with change and ambiguity daily, we are aware of the vast possibilities in the organisation’s development. Through this module, you will learn how to work with these ambiguities and possibilities.
Through Personal Development, you will develop an understanding of Organisation Development values and their evolution, and reflect on your own alignment to these values; enabling you to work ethically and effectively with the dynamics and power relationships in your role as a practitioner. You will be challenged to deepen your self-awareness as a practitioner, helping you to get out of your own way and bring your best self to work.
2-days or 15-hours
Assessment is an integral component contributing to the success of this module. Participants will be required to participate in a variety of assessment activities that include but are not limited to assignments, action learning projects, case studies and examinations.
The WorldsView™ Academy Learning Process underlies all WorldsView™ programmes and is informed by progressive research about learning in contemporary environments. Our learning process consists of four learning channels:
Only highly qualified and experienced organisation development practitioners are appointed as Faculty in WorldsView Academy. Faculty members are selected in accordance with the specific module criteria as approved by the Academic Board. The requirements for the appointment of Faculty include relevant academic qualifications, experience in developing organisations and facilitation or lecturing experience.
A quality education programme begins with the development of quality modules and courses. World-class design and development standards are deeply entrenched in every programme module, setting WorldsView Academy apart from other educational programmes. Our design and development policies, frameworks and principles guarantee robust processes in the development of learning programmes and material.
Internal and external consultants, management consultants, change management practitioners, managers, HR practitioners, organisation development practitioners, change practitioners and organisational and community leaders. Anyone who leads and/or influences individuals, teams, groups or organisations.
At WorldsView™ Academy, we understand that companies have unique organisational needs, which is why we offer customised training and development solutions to best suit your particular requirements. Please contact us for further information in this regard.