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Summary of ASTD 2007 Conference. 12 – 14 February 2007 Southern Sun Cape Sun Cape Town. GLOBAL MODEL. A. ENVIRONMENTAL WELLNESS. RESILIENCE. B. D. STRATEGIC WELLNESS. PERSONAL WELLNESS. C. ORGANISATIONAL WELLNESS. Global Warming Concerns 2005 hottest year Ice melting

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Summary of astd 2007 conference

Summary of ASTD 2007 Conference

12 – 14 February 2007

Southern Sun Cape Sun

Cape Town


Global model

GLOBAL MODEL

A

ENVIRONMENTAL

WELLNESS

RESILIENCE

B

D

STRATEGIC

WELLNESS

PERSONAL

WELLNESS

C

ORGANISATIONAL

WELLNESS


Environmental

Global Warming Concerns

2005 hottest year

Ice melting

Hottest water - Caribbean

Most hurricanes

Record droughts

Coral bleaching

CO2 level too high: fish disappearing

Solutions

Be involved – community

Find ways to contribute (pollution and solar heating)

Health and sustained corporate citizenship

Lead from the front

Walk the talk

ENVIRONMENTAL

The world we live in


Strategic wellness

How to stand in the future

Ideas replace things

Outside Inside thinking (look at macro scenarios / positioning scenarios / preferred positioning)

What should we stop doing

What should we do better

Against who – benchmark

What totally new things to plan for

Concerns of seeing the future

Roller coasting (darkness)

River rafting (crisis)

Ocean yacht (long view)

STRATEGIC WELLNESS


Resilient leadership

RESILIENT LEADERSHIP

  • Some Competencies to strive for:

    • Partnering

    • Leading in a flat world

    • Trustworthiness

    • Play to strengths

    • Strategic risk taking

    • Servant leadership

  • Other De-railers

    • Hesitancy – business risks

    • Personal arrogance and insensitivity

    • Controlling leadership style

    • Reluctance - difficult people problems


Socio political wellness

Challenges

Political stability

Economic growth (+4%)

Better quality of life for all

Poverty annihilation

HIV and Aids

More security (crime)

Infrastructure

Governance

Social Security

Solutions

Promote professional ethics

Economic use of resources

Outstanding service

Respond to peoples needs

SOCIO-POLITICAL WELLNESS


Innovate or evaporate

INNOVATE OR EVAPORATE

  • Concerns

    • Change has changed

    • Change is no longer additive

    • Change no longer moves in a straight line

    • The new age has arrived (minds)

    • We are only limited by our imagination

  • Solutions

    • Create info democracy

    • Build a culture of innovation

    • Have an open market/mind for

      ideas

    • Provide right climate & management support

    • “Screw it, let’s do it” – Virgin’s motto


Organisational wellness

Concerns

(Sasol paper – work / life and beyond

Inner calm and physical health

Work / Life / Balance

Exhaustion and overload (stress and imbalance)

Solutions

You shape your own destiny

Life skills training

Awareness and insight creation

Capacity Building

Coaching and mentoring

Organisational wellbeing (feedback)

ORGANISATIONAL WELLNESS


Emotional wellness

Concerns

Wrong thinking - poor wellness

Poor mood - unhappiness

Poor self worth

poor mood

poor wellness

Health problems: 70 – 90% stress related

Stress hormones – blood pressure, cholesterol, early deaths

Solutions

Positive emotions – key to health

Mind – altitude, attitude

Mind creates reality

Emotions determine heart rhythms

Change heart rhythms

(1 min stress technique)

EMOTIONAL WELLNESS


Be moerse happy successful donners

EMOTIONAL WELLNESS

Be “moerse” happy successful “donners”


Summary of astd 2007 conference

EMOTIONAL WELLNESS

Finding humour is a good way tolift the spent energy and replenish yourself from stress and succeed


An unexamined life may end up being one not worth living

EMOTIONAL WELLNESS

“An unexamined life may end up being one not worth living”


You are what you eat

EMOTIONAL WELLNESS

“You are what you eat!”


Nutritional resilience

Key Challenges

Corporate staff and leaders lacking energy

Facilitating behaviour lifestyle change that is sustainable

Reducing disease and obesity and increasing wellness

Solutions

Innovative interventions that provide practical strategies for enhancing energy levels

Increase awareness in the workplace through smart marketing of wellness events

Implementation of holistic wellness programmes that are also measured and evaluated over time

NUTRITIONAL RESILIENCE


Wellness distress eustress

Concerns

Stress: 2nd most costly disease in the US

78% of people – find jobs stressful

Most common work-related health problem

Back pain 33%

Stress 28%

Burnout 23%

Indicators of distress

Negative effect

Anger

Job alienation

Frustration

Solutions

Eustress is a positive psychological response to a stressor

View stress in an holistic fashion

WELLNESS: DISTRESS & EUSTRESS


Competitive mindsets

Issues

How do we think?

How do we plan implementation?

How do we execute?

SA Rating(World Competitors: 61 countries)

Overall position-44th

Cost of living index-11th

Real GDP per capita-18th

Electricity costs-1st

Unemployment-61st(last)

Skills loss-61st

Brain drain-61st

Female labour force-4th

Stock market capitalisation-4th

Market of public finances-6th

Solutions

Capitalize on our strengths

2010: greatest ever

SA growth rate +- 4.7%

USA = 3.4%

Japan = 2.2%

China = over 6%

Combat brain drain

Educate and provide jobs

SELF CONFIDENCE, TRUST, OPTIMISM,ENVIRONMENT, SERVING LEADERSHIP

COMPETITIVE MINDSETS


Sustainable change

Concerns/Possibilities

You can’t change culture

For social change, don’t use blueprints (connect)

For technical change, use a blueprint

Solution

Use personal passion & interest to start your own change

Connect on mind, body & soul

Roll out blue print for technical change

SUSTAINABLE CHANGE


Loading the traumatised organisation to wellness

Concerns

Don’t deny it (becomes a cancer)

Trauma is subjective caused by

Change initiative

Restructuring

Abuse

AA & BEE

Retirement

Solutions

Treat trauma as a wound (open up & clean up)

Leadership – facilitate the healing process

New skills & competencies

Sensitivity & compassion

Create a safe environment

LOADING THE TRAUMATISED ORGANISATION TO WELLNESS


Making learning stick

Challenges

We forget 80-90% within 24 hours

Overkill

Lack of connectivity

Too much development time

Insensitive to learner’s needs

Solutions

Warm up audience

Understand their needs

Generate clear outcomes

Involve all senses

Reinforce, revise, revisit

More time on methodology

Make learning meaningful

MAKING LEARNING STICK


What s coming next

Issues

World is flat

Dotcom revolution

Optic fibre is here

Outsourcing of everything (multiple outsourcing)

Skill adaptable and lifestyle adaptable

Innovate without immigrate

Remote technology

Speed of progress (Boeing – 3 days to build a plan)

Insourcing

Info Overload

Value moves from “things” to “knowledge”

Solutions

“Our only limit to growth is imagination, foresight and courage” Jonathan Ling

Foresight – What’s coming next?

How to think

Who you know (Global Network)

What you need to know

Where are you going

How to make it happen

WHAT’S COMING NEXT?


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