Thu, 07 Dec|
Unlocking Employee Engagement: Achieving Flow at Work
Featuring Dr. Gillian Stamp
Time & Location
07 Dec 2023, 12:30 – 13:30 GMT+2
About the event
In the pursuit of organizational success and employee well-being, the concept of ”Flow” at work plays a pivotal role. In this conversational online event, we will explore the importance, implications and intricacies of achieving Flow in the workplace:
- The concept of Flow: Learn about the concept of ”Flow” inspired by the research of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. Understand how Flow is a state of energized focus, creativity, and intrinsic motivation experienced when challenges of work align with skills and capabilities.
- How to attain Flow in the workplace? Discover practical strategies and insights for achieving Flow in the workplace, including ways to create a work environment that encourages concentration, matches challenges with skills, and provides control over one’s job.
- The Tripod of Work: Discover the importance of the “Tripod of Work” as a foundational framework for achieving Flow. Explore how this tripod, comprising ”Tasking,” ”Trusting,” and ”Tending,” forms the basis for creating a balanced and engaging work environment.
Dr. Gillian Stamp, MBE, MA, PhD, DPhil.
Gillian Stamp is the director of Bioss the Foundation. She has been an adviser on governance, leadership, strategy, decision-making and the development of people in the private, public, religious and third sectors in various parts of the world.
She is an adviser to HSBC, Discovery (South Africa), a senior MP, and Business Disability International.
She has been an adviser to the Prudential, AIA, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, the Financial Services Authority, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, the Cooperative Group, The National Trade Union Cooperatives of Singapore and the Social Care Institute for Excellence.
Her work in the private sector has included bp, BAA, Rio Tinto Zinc, BUPA, Cisco, Morgan Stanley, Barclays, Lazard, Westpac, Unilever, Permira, Laing O’Rourke, Borsodchem, Montedison, Huntsman, Bayer Material Sciences, Anglo American and Shell.
She was an adviser to the Public Administration Select Committee of UK Parliament from 2010 until 2015 and to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee from 2015 until 2019.
Her work in Whitehall has included membership of the Board of the National School of Government; advice on the appointment of senior civil servants and to senior civil servants in ten Departments.
She is the author of Career Path Appreciation and of the Tripod of Work.
This ticket includes attendance and handout materials, if any.€0.00