ORGANISATIONAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT (OH/OD)

HUMAN INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS

MAIN OUTCOMES

When OD/OH is put into action as taught and practiced, there will be noticeable changes in your staff.

Have a more accurate perception of the work environment and its inputs.

Build a more listening, accepting and building (collaborative) work environment.

Be more tolerant of risk and ambiguity.

Have your culture thriving on direct feedback without the threat of punishment.

Find freedom and growth through spreading easy-to-own leadership skills across all levels of the workforce.

Have a more creative, innovative, and adaptive problem-solving skill-set among staff.

WHAT REBOOTER GROUP CAN DO FOR YOU

In the context of organisational development and health (OD/OH), maintaining clarity and effectiveness is crucial. The absence of robust OH can have significant impacts, leading to increased turnover, declining financial performance, and reduced productivity. These issues often arise in environments lacking in key OH components such as effective communication, employee well-being, and strong leadership.

Addressing these challenges is Rebooter Group’s Human Intelligence Programs. Combining our work with the principles of AIM (Applied Improvisation), means that to develop the skills and mindsets developed through OD, AIM plays a vital role in ensuring organisational effectiveness.

Research in this field by April et al. highlights the importance of AIM. It focuses on accurately perceiving the external environment, tolerating risk and ambiguity, effectively merging planning with action to realise strategies, promoting shared leadership, practising active listening, and fostering collaboration.

These components not only bolster OH but also cultivate a culture of resilience and adaptability, which are indispensable in the constantly changing business environment.

In addition, utilizing the techniques of Improvisation in leadership development seemed to bring participants’ stress level down to an optimal level and bring about a state of mindfulness. Executives and senior managers reported gaining significantly higher benefits in listening skills, ability to lead others, working with others in their organization, and total benefits from the workshop. Specifically, 100percent of executive or senior leaders indicated acquiring more effective listening skills as a result of attending the workshop, while female participants indicated significantly higher gained skills in expressing themselves more frequently and without judgment.

Farnaz Tabaee (2013), ‘Effects of improvisation techniques in leadership development’, Pepperdine UniversityGraduate School of Education and Psychology – Theses and Dissertations’, https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/etd/340

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