'How organisations are letting their most valuable resource slip through their fingers.....and what they can do about it'.

Racquet Club
Tuesday, 13 March 2018
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (UK time)
    • Peter Edge

Specifically, it's about recognising that certain people in a an organisation aren't just 'good' at what they do - they're 'outstanding', and they have a corresponding impact on the business they're part of - by virtue of their particular style, experience, charisma, wisdom - their particular 'X-Factor' if you like. But what do managers, and individuals themselves proactively DO to deal with the impact of losing that 'X-Factor'?
The presentation outlines a framework/method for coping with such (potential) loss, with the least disruption. While it's relevant to Managers and Directors of businesses, it's equally relevant to individuals who may be looking to develop themselves.

Learning Outcomes:
1. The difference between 'explicit' and 'tacit' knowledge in the context of 'knowledge loss'.
2. The potential costs of 'lost knowledge'.
3. Potential components of a 'Knowledge Retention Strategy'.
4. Risk assessment and recognition of vulnerability.
5. What 'tacit knowledge' means to the development of the organisation, and 'you' the individual employee, and what you can do about it.

Our speaker:
Peter Edge has served for over thirty years as a police officer on Merseyside, twenty five of them in management roles, both CID and uniform, including a period as Head of 'Management Development and training'. Since retiring, he has started his own business, worked for the NHS, and acted as a consultant on the 2014 NATO summit. He has been speaking professionally throughout his working life, on various subjects ranging from 'The lighter side of Policing the Inner City' to 'Organised Crime'

Please note: the event is being recorded on video, just for future showreel/website purposes. No-one but the speaker will be filmed.

  • Racquet Club,Hargreaves Building
  • Chapel Street
  • Liverpool
  • L3 9AG
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