Charles Jennings live in New Zealand for 3 exciting events -

Workshop, Breakfast & Webinar

Creating Value through 70:20:10
The Performance Detective at Work
March 15th, 9am-5pm 

Are you a L&D professional or HR business partner with a passion for your profession? With an ambition to analyse and advise from a business perspective? To ensure you have a meaningful say at the management table through delivering measurable business impact?  Then the Performance Detective Workshop is definitely for you!

In his book '70:20:10 Towards 100 Percent Performance' Charles Jennings along with Jos Arets and Vivian Heijnen describe five new roles necessary to effectively deploy the 70:20:10 methodology.  One of these roles is the Performance Detective.

This one-day workshop will provide you with opportunities to learn about, and carry out, the core tasks of the Performance Detective.

It has been designed to:
  • provide insight/encouragement for L&D professionals and HR business partners to apply 70:20:10 effectively
  • create an opportunity to learn the steps/tasks in the Performance Detective role and apply them
  • allow attendees to leave with confidence to apply some of the Performance Detective tasks immediately

This action-oriented workshop is structured into 3 parts:

  1. success criteria for 70:20:10
  2. the importance of the specific roles in the 70:20:10 methodology
  3. how L&D and HR business partners can become Performance Detectives

Shifting Perspectives: Building High Performance in the Workplace
March 16th, 7.30-9.30am

High performing organisations understand that speed, agility and adaptability are the key drivers for success. Yet, across the world, organisations struggle to exploit the place where most learning happens, as part of the daily workflow.

Research suggests that managers who are focused and effective at creating development opportunities, and provide opportunities for feedback and reflection, lead teams that out perform others by up to 27%. That’s an extra day’s work from everyone every week!

When we add this to the global trend towards more flexible, open career models that offer enriching assignments, projects, and experiences rather than static career progression and the fact that virtually all CEO's (more than 70%) believe their organisations are facing disruptive change driven by digital technologies, and 70% say their organisations do not have the skills to adapt (Deloitte 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report), it is clear we are facing a ‘perfect storm’. 

This breakfast briefing will provide an opportunity to hear Charles Jennings explain ways to address this dilemma by moving from a focus on learning to one of performance, and from individual development to organisational development.

From Learning to Performance: Creating Real Value using the 70:20:10 model
February 22nd, 12-1pm

During this one hour webinar, Charles Jennings will explain the 70:20:10 model and methodology (what they are and what they are not) and explore the significant opportunities they create to provide a step-change for organisational learning and performance.

The webinar will describe how HR and L&D professionals are demonstrating real value to their executive boards by using the detailed 70:20:10 methodology developed at the 70:20:10 Institute. 

This webinar will also provide insights for participants attending the 1-day workshop titled ‘Creating Value through 70:20:10 – the Performance Detective at Work’.



please contact Nicki Turnbull 

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Charles Jennings

Charles Jennings is a leading thinker and practitioner in innovative talent, learning and performance approaches.

He is known globally for his work with the 70:20:10 model.

His career includes roles as a business school professor, as CLO for Reuters and Thomson Reuters, and as a member of advisory boards for international learning, performance and business bodies.

Charles works as a consultant to organisations around the world. He is co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute which provides global services for improving performance.

Charles is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts (FRSA), a Fellow of the Learning & Performance Institute (FLPI), and a Fellow of the British Institute for Learning & Development (FBILD)

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