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I’ve Been Dissed & Now I’m Pissed:
Design Your Organization to
Invite (not sabotage) Motivation!
Gallup tells us that half of our working people are not engaged. And that 17% are dissed and/or pissed!
How do we make that better?
The Six Factor Model to Invite Motivation addresses:
Nurturing the Individual by providing Purpose, Mastery, & Autonomy
and Setting the Context by Deliberately Designing the Organization,
the Peers, the Leaders, the Place, & the Work.
Join us on this hot August night and bring your observations and insights to our discussion about the omnipresent issue of motivation in our world of organizing.
Speaker: Pete Sorenson, Strategic Organization Design (See full BIO below.)
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Schedule for Thursday Evening:
– 6:30 Intros / Networking / Food
– 7:15 Announcements / Program
– 8:45 Closing and evaluation
Meeting Location: American Airlines Headquarters *
4333 Amon Carter Boulevard, Center Port 5 (6 Story Building)
Fort Worth, TX 76155
>> Click for Satellite Map of the building and parking (with lat/long)
Note: Take Hwy 183 to Amon Carter exit; Go south to Sovereign Rd (SW corner).
Parking is plentiful, free, and very close to the door (see map). ADA accessible.
Cost: No charge for members ($60/year). $10 for guests.
Speaker BIO: Peter Jay Sorenson is an independent strategic organization design and change management consultant, coach, social entrepreneur, university instructor, and ethicist. His work focuses on the impact of technology change on strategic choices and the design of the innovation process in organizations.
In 2016 Pete worked on the conference design team for a conference focusing on “Integrating Technology & Organization In a Digital World”. This innovatively designed international conference focused on creating and designing knowledge work organizations rather than simply sharing knowledge. He sees these kinds of cutting edge approaches as essential to dealing with the challenges of designing the organizations of the future.
Pete’s recent focus has been on using innovation to create economic and social self-reliance for individuals, families, and organizations in both the developing and developed world. His current clients are mainly from the high tech, healthcare, and offshore oil and gas sectors.
He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in the Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington (1976) and his Master’s Degree in Organizational Behavior from Brigham Young University (1979). The Institute of Management Consultants awarded Pete the Certified Management Consultant® (CMC®) designation in 2002.
We look forward to seeing you there!