Creating a Human-Oriented Company:
A Skills Training Workshop for Middle Managers


A human-oriented company prioritizes the well-being and growth of its employees, and recognizes that its success is closely tied to the satisfaction and engagement of its workforce. In this workshop, we will explore various frameworks and strategies for building a human-oriented company in the workplace.

Content Outline:

  • Definition of a human-oriented company and the benefits of building such a company
  • The role of middle managers in creating a human-oriented company
  • Practical exercises on using these frameworks in the context of building a human-oriented company
  • Best practices for building a human-oriented company, including the importance of leadership, communication, and continuous improvement


  1. 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.
  2. Employee Engagement Pyramid: This tool involves assessing and improving employee engagement by considering factors such as leadership, communication, and recognition.
  3. Culture Change Compass: This framework involves guiding cultural change in the organization by considering factors such as vision, values, systems, and behaviors.

Practical Exercises

  1. Participants will engage in role-playing exercises that involve practicing various scenarios related to communication, conflict resolution, and feedback with employees. These exercises are designed to help middle managers develop their communication and people management skills and gain a better understanding of how to foster a human-oriented company culture.

  2. Participants will take part in group discussions that focus on various aspects of creating a human-oriented company, such as effective leadership, team-building, and communication strategies. These discussions will allow participants to share their experiences, learn from each other, and develop their skills as managers.

  3. Participants will work in small groups to identify and address common workplace challenges that affect employee engagement and productivity. Through this exercise, participants will develop their problem-solving skills and learn how to create a more positive work environment that supports the well-being and growth of their employees.