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Innovation Culture Peer Program

Leadership Development with Measurable Results and Sustainable Change – Guaranteed!

‘Innovation’ is not something that should be relegated to the Innovation Department.  For an organization to thrive, particularly now, it needs to have a company-wide ‘Innovation Culture’.

It is vital for everyone from the CEO, to the mid-level manager, to the cleaner, to understand what innovation truly means, how to become an effective part of an innovation cycle, and how to apply innovative thinking on a real-time basis.

It is also vital to create an environment where the culture of the organization has been transformed to embrace innovation as a foundational element of daily activity.

Program Duration:

Three-month or six-month

Delivered entirely online

Approximately 2-3 hours per week

Number of Participants:

Minimum of 12 – Maximum of 20

(must be an even number due to the ‘peer’ nature of the program)

Ideal Participant:

Frontline Manager through to

Senior Manager level

For specific program information and how we tailor and customize programs to address your requirements, please contact us for a no-obligation meeting to discuss your specific needs and objectives.

The specific focus of this Peer Program is Creating an Innovation Culture – and each of the subjects is tailored to that specific focus. 

Every participant also undertakes a Workplace Improvement Project that provides a focused, practical and strategic foundation to enable them to develop, research and test the feasibility of a project that is targeted specifically at workplace improvement – and to provide measurable recommendations.

With companies who choose to roll out multiple Peer Programs throughout their organization, we offer Four Part Harmony©, as an additional support to further enhance company-wide success.

The Four Part Harmony sessions are available as either:

  • 4 x one hour facilitator lead online sessions or
  • 4 x 15 minute video sessions plus one facilitated session

Mentoring Statistics, Research, Case Studies

The benefits of mentoring are extensive, for the person being mentored, the person doing the mentoring, and the organizations in which they work. Countless studies have been conducted on the impact of mentoring in the workplace, and a range of their findings is available here:  http://peer-mentoring.com/research-studies-and-statistics/