World class manager
When and where?
Wednesday 9th June 9:00am-10:30am – Online via Zoom (Invitation only)
Wednesday 25th August 9:00am-10:30am – Online via Zoom (Invitation only) – further insights from Wayne – Wayne will follow up with a more detailed discussion of the topics that caused most interest his first session.
Join Wayne Clarke, formerly a partner leading the “Best Companies” consultancy team and now of the Global Growth Institute share some insights from research as to what makes a World Class Manager. What do successful managers do that increases employee engagement and delivers improved performance?
Translating strategy into action has never been easy. However, we’ve learnt that just about every organisation on the planet ‘knows how’ but isn’t able to scale that knowledge. Managers and of course leadership teams are the key as the best ones have managed to crack this code. We’ll look practically at how we can identify and replicate this essential best practice across our organisations.
Wayne Clarke is the founding partner of the GGI, based out of the UK/Netherlands. From 2007 until 2012 he was the managing partner of the advisory arm of Best Companies, who produce the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies lists.
He began his career at Arthur Andersen and went on to lead employee engagement for BDO, the fifth largest accounting network, who achieved a top 20 ranking in the Sunday Times Best Companies lists. Wayne is an economics graduate and has spent over 20 years helping to improve the performance of organisations through improved people engagement. He works throughout the world designing and delivering strategic growth focused programmes within the private and public sector. To date he has worked with more than 700 CEOs/boards and thousands of managers in over 30 countries.
Wayne is an international keynote speaker and has been recognised for 4 years by HR Magazine as one of the top 25 “Most Influential Thinkers” in the world. Wayne is a visiting lecturer on the MBA and International Business Masters programme at Cass Business School in London and Dubai. In 2012 at the New York JCI/UN Partnership Summit, he was formally recognised as a JCI Ambassador for his work in promoting the principles of JCI and the United Nations Foundation; previous recipients of this ambassadorship include former UN Secretary General Mr Ban Ki Moon.