Symposium and Launch of the Stratis FTL Ireland Workplace Innovation Network Friday October 6th 20
Having been appointed as the exclusive Irish partner of Fresh Thinking Labs (FTL), a Europe-wide platform for facilitating workplace innovation and knowledge sharing between businesses and organisations, Stratis Consulting is hosting a launch event on the morning of October 6th, 2017 as it seeks to build a unique network which offers opportunities to share knowledge and experience of workplace innovation.
FTL is part of Workplace Innovation Europe Limited and its membership includes both large and small businesses including Aviva, E.ON, GE Transportation, Novozymes and Saint-Gobain. Its extensive network provides a pathway for businesses to discover the best workplace practices and latest thinking from across Europe.The concept of FTL builds on 25 years’ experience of helping companies and public-sector organisations enhance their competitiveness and improve working lives by using and developing the skills and creativity of their employees more effectively.
Stratis Consulting comprises the most experienced and innovative team of practitioners in their field in Ireland. Stratis works at Leadership Team, Chief Executive and Board levels to support organisations to lead improvements in critical areas of employee relations, people strategy and workplace innovation.
Workplace Innovation Europe Limited’s Director, Peter Totterdill and his team at FTL have an international reputation for bridging the gap between academic theory and practical application. They are inspiring businesses of all types to seek better ways of organising their workplaces, improving productivity and performance and enhancing employee well-being.
The network approach combines an online community designed to support shared learning and innovation in the workplace with face-to-face dialogue and relationship building through inter-company visits and workshops at regional, national and international levels.
We are delighted that on October 6th, organisations will get an early opportunity to understand more about how the network could benefit them by combining an online community designed to support shared learning and innovation in the workplace with face-to-face dialogue and relationship building through inter-company visits and workshops at regional, national and international levels.
If you are interested in attending please contact my colleague Robert O’Neill on 01-2166302 / 085-776 8833 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org