TJwow webinar recording June 2017

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Written by Jo Cook on 6 June 2017 in Video

Webinar recording from June 2017 about the current best OD practices.

June 6th 10am UK time



The question for discussion is "What are the current best practices in organisational development?"

OD is a topic that touches many areas of the business, including the responsibilities in learning and development. We need to sure that we are aware of current OD practice in order to support the business and it's staff.

Speakers this month are:

- Julie Drybrough, Organisational consultant, Facilitator, Executive Coach at fuchsia blue ltd
- Henry Stewart, Founder of Happy Ltd. Author of Happy Manifesto
- Amanda Arrowsmith, HR Director


Outcomes from the session

At the end of the discussion attendees were asked what action they would take, and here are their answers for you to consider for your own take-aways:

Click to see a bigger image of the outcomes from the session


Should you attend the next #TJwow webinar?

Many thanks - thought-provoking

Great insights.  Great questions still coming through.  Thank you panel.  Thank you Jo.  Thank you all.

Thanks to everyone - Great conversations!!

Well done everyone!

Many thanks - thought-provoking

Thank you all - really interesting. Feel free to continue the conversation on twitter with #TJwow after this - look forward to hearing more thoughts

Thank you everyone, especially speakers.. good stuff to think about

Thank you everybody, really enjoyed it

See the webinar schedule here.


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