Happy disruption toward business success. We believe that to be happy we should work hard but are we thinking backwards? The industry needs to be open & agile, to predict & quickly respond to change, to disrupt and put happy first.
PrefabNZ presents the inaugural 'Innovation Shift' series of interactive half-day workshops to propel you, your ideas and your enterprise along the innovation curve towards greater productivity.
Join us for a hands-on, how-to, deep-dive into key challenges, to develop attitude, skills and behaviours with useful tools as tangible takeaways. This is about HOW to do construction mindfully with wellness at the heart of success - it's a hands-on learning experience.
When: Thursday 23 May, 12-5pm
SESSION ONE = Disruptive Business Systems with Melissa Clark-Reynolds (Future Centre) and Dr Antony Pelosi (Victoria University of Wellington, School of Architecture). New Zealand needs the construction industry to build high quality, sustainable buildings to house and sustain people and businesses reducing social costs. To do that, the industry needs to be open and agile - able to predict and quickly respond to change. Read 'When did disruption become a good thing?'
SESSION TWO = We believe that we should work hard in order to be happy, but could we be thinking about things backwards? The Happiness Project - impacting your bottom-line through a targeted results-driven team programme with Amanda Warren (Constructing Excellence). Watch this TEDx from psychologist Shawn Achor arguing that actually, happiness inspires productivity.