Strengthening Organizational Health
The Healthy Organization Model is presented in the book ”The Joyful Organization – Health, Disease and Joy in the Life of Organizations” by Imre Lövey and Manohar S. Nadkarni (published by HVG Publisher, 2003). The extended version of the book has also been published in the U.S. under the title "How Healthy is Your Organization?" by Praeger Publishers in 2007.
The program “Strengthening Organizational Health for Success” is..
...based on the Healthy Organization model developed by Concordia. It aims at creating harmony within an organization between the needs of clients, the economic necessities of the organization and the requirement of employees.
Join this training and get a taste of opportunities the Healthy Organization program has to offer. Participants will have a chance to analyze their own organization using the Healthy Organization survey.
What the program can offer to participants
- A 30-page feedback in writing about the health level of their organization, based on previously filled in surveys and compiled along the 21 most common organizational dimensions of HEALTH and DISEASE.
- They can discover the correlations between their own personal strengths/weaknesses and those of their organization.
- They can contemplate how personal beliefs of key executives can contribute to the health or disease of the organization.
- They can recognize the deeper motivators of their behaviors and management style.
- They get a chance to share experiences about the topic with other managers.
- Based on the above they prepare an action plan for change in order to enable their organization to become healthier.
What topics are touched upon within the program?
- Joy, work and us people
- Joy, work and organization – the concept of a healthy organization.
- The health criteria of an organization
- Typical organizational diseases
- Diagnosis of own organization – how participants view it and what others within the organization think about it.
- The effect of management dedication and executive beliefs on the health and disease of an organization
- Performance, partnership and power as sources of motivation – the importance of feeling important, experiencing and providing this feeling
- Matrix of Change – how participants can make their own organization more healthy?