Localyze Lunch Session:

How to build organisational resilience

July 13, 2022
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1-1:30
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Hybrid workplaces require flexibility, adaptability and high levels of trust between employers and employees. It takes time to develop these attributes and ongoing attentiveness to maintain them. Companies can implement them more easily by embracing the principles of organisational design—structure, workflows, role design and networks. Not only do these principles enable teams to work more effectively in distributed setups, they’re also critical to building organisational resilience—a popular term of late. But what exactly does it mean and why does it matter for hybrid workforces?  

In the upcoming Localyze Lunch Session, Nora Dietrich, CBT Psychotherapist and Organisational Designer, will delve into the topic of organisational resilience and address several key questions, like:

  • What can organisations do to be more resilient and better withstand chaos?
  • What are the traits that define resilient organisations and their leaders?
  • How can we use the principles of organisational design to create spaces for innovation and empower our teams?

We’ll also save time at the end for Nora to answer any questions that arise.

There’s still time to register! Save the date and join us on Wednesday, July 13th at 1 pm CEST. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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Localyze Lunch Session:

How to build organisational resilience

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Hybrid workplaces require flexibility, adaptability and high levels of trust between employers and employees. It takes time to develop these attributes and ongoing attentiveness to maintain them. Companies can implement them more easily by embracing the principles of organisational design—structure, workflows, role design and networks. Not only do these principles enable teams to work more effectively in distributed setups, they’re also critical to building organisational resilience—a popular term of late. But what exactly does it mean and why does it matter for hybrid workforces?  

In the upcoming Localyze Lunch Session, Nora Dietrich, CBT Psychotherapist and Organisational Designer, will delve into the topic of organisational resilience and address several key questions, like:

  • What can organisations do to be more resilient and better withstand chaos?
  • What are the traits that define resilient organisations and their leaders?
  • How can we use the principles of organisational design to create spaces for innovation and empower our teams?

We’ll also save time at the end for Nora to answer any questions that arise.

There’s still time to register! Save the date and join us on Wednesday, July 13th at 1 pm CEST. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

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July 13, 2022
1-1:30

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A short bio about the speakers

Claudia Langer
Relocations & International Partnerships @Localyze

Claudia is a global mobility expert, currently living and working between Germany and Spain. At Localyze she manages global partnerships and helps the company to grow to other markets. She has extensive experience in relocating international candidates into several European countries and obtained insights into the needs of HR professionals from her former position as a key account manager.

Nora Dietrich
CBT Psychotherapist & Organizational Designer

As a psychotherapist, Nora Dietrich translates her expertise from behavior therapy into the world of organizations. She is specialized in the human side of change, believes in breaking with dusty taboos, and motivates teams to take the leap into a sustainable change and learning culture. As an organizational designer, she combines her comprehensive knowledge of the complexity of the human psyche with the trends of new work to foster workplaces that put their people first.