OKRs as a concept to set aspirational qualitative goals (objectives) and measure whether you’ve achieved the goal through observable behavior change in the people who use your service (key results) helps many companies these days to create strong focus, foster better alignment or drive value-creation – but the concept of OKRs can also be leveraged beyond organizations!
In this webinar Jeff and Natalija will share their experiences, examples and good practices on how to apply the concept of OKRs for your personal and career development.
What we will cover:
27 January 2021
6.00 - 7.00 pm CET
Zoom and Mural
"OKRs AT THE CENTER - How to use goals to drive ongoing change and create the organization you want" is a quick read with lots of practical examples!
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Natalija Hellesoe is a trainer, coach, and chance taker. She supports companies wanting to increase focus, autonomy, and value creation to identify and prioritize their challenges, get started and continuously improve.
She works with organizations at different stages of their OKR journey - from first "Know-how" workshops to OKR Practitioner coaching and organizational development and in 2020 she founded okrs-at-the-center.com to create a collaborative platform, in which OKR practitioners inside and outside of companies can explore the possibilities of developing organizations with OKRs.
She also hosts two monthly OKR Remote meetups (German and international) to discuss the potentials of OKR and other innovative ways of working with an inspiring community.
Natalija has been working within People Development and Transformation since 2010 before starting her own business offering an entire ecosystem of training and coaching focusing on Leadership & Responsibility, Agile HR, Remote Collaboration and Learning. Her work is shaped by living in and working with many different countries, cultures, and customers and changing perspectives to redefine what is possible.
In 2020 she published "OKRs AT THE CENTER - How to drive ongoing change and create the organization you want" together with Sonja Mewes via Sense & Respond press.
We are looking forward to a lively discussion about goals, personal development and change!