Virtual/Instructor-led training

Creating a Human-Oriented Company:

A Skills Training Workshop for Middle Managers


A human-oriented company places the well-being and development of its employees at the forefront, recognizing that its success is intrinsically tied to the satisfaction and engagement of its workforce. In this workshop, we will delve into various frameworks and strategies for fostering a human-oriented company culture in the workplace.

  1. Understanding the Significance of Building a Human-Oriented Company in the Workplace
  2. Exploring Different Frameworks and Strategies for Creating a Human-Oriented Company
  3. Developing Skills for Effectively Implementing These Frameworks and Strategies in the Workplace
Module 1: Defining a Human-Oriented Company
  • Understanding the Essence of a Human-Oriented Company
  • Benefits of Prioritizing Employee Well-being and Growth
  • The Interconnection between Employee Satisfaction and Organizational Success
Module 2: The Role of Middle Managers
  • Middle Managers as Drivers of Human-Oriented Culture
  • Responsibilities and Influence of Middle Managers in Creating a Supportive Work Environment
  • Balancing Leadership and Human-Oriented Initiatives
Module 3: Practical Application of Frameworks
  • Utilizing Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: Nurturing Employee Motivation and Well-being
  • Implementing the Employee Engagement Pyramid: Enhancing Employee Engagement through Leadership, Communication, and Recognition
  • The Culture Change Compass: Guiding Organizational Cultural Transformation
Module 4: Best Practices for Building a Human-Oriented Company
  • Leadership’s Crucial Role: Leading by Example
  • Effective Communication Strategies: Fostering Transparency and Trust
  • The Continuous Improvement Imperative: Adapting and Evolving in Response to Employee Needs

This workshop will employ a diverse range of teaching methods to ensure participant engagement and effective learning, including:

  • Key Concept Presentation: Delivering theoretical foundations and frameworks.
  • Group Discussions and Brainstorming: Encouraging participant interaction and idea generation.
  • Practical Exercises and Role-Play: Applying concepts to real-world scenarios and honing skills.
  • Case Studies and Industry Examples: Drawing insights from successful implementations.
  1. Employee Engagement Workshop: Participants assess their own teams using engagement surveys and develop action plans.
  2. Human-Oriented Leadership Role-Play: Participants practice coaching to address employee concerns.
  3. Culture Change Brainstorm: Small groups simulate cultural transformation initiatives.
  4. Initiative Design Challenge: Participants create human-oriented workplace initiatives.
  5. Scenario Analysis: Participants solve hypothetical workplace challenges using human-oriented principles.
  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: This framework involves understanding employee motivation and well-being by considering their basic physiological, safety, belonging, esteem, and self-actualization needs.
  • Employee Engagement Pyramid: This tool involves assessing and improving employee engagement by considering factors such as leadership, communication, and recognition.
  • Culture Change Compass: This framework involves guiding cultural change in the organization by considering factors such as vision, values, systems, and behaviors.