The Fenton Model™: 7 Principles

1.People are not human capital assets – they are unique, individual career businesses; people, not organisations, own their own career value

2.Organisations are joint ventures of these career businesses, for brief periods  

3.Organisations use interviews to hire the least risky, not necessarily the best

4.Personal purpose, strategy and behaviour and organisational purpose, strategy and behaviour are inter-dependent

5.Mediated agreement on behavioural change to achieve personal and organisational purpose is a powerful way to overcome behavioural liabilities within boards and teams

6.Legislating for the breach of behaviour agreements mitigates the risks of failure and maximises the chances of success

7.Changing ten career actions in every hundred is only 10% change – that’s small change; people can change, if they are shown how

Ciaran

My next workshop:

The Fenton Model™: Non-Executive Portfolio Workshop

Presented by Ciarán Fenton

Maximise your chances of building a fulfilling portfolio of Non-Executive Directorships using The Fenton Model™

The Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London

25th February 2016, 9.00am – 5.30pm

You will –

  • Be a leader with significant career achievements
  • Have demonstrable qualities that will be assets in an NED role
  • Be actively seeking NED roles.

You will come away with –

  • Tools to set and find portfolio targets that are likely to be met
  • A plan to meet market needs in a personal proposition
  • A strategy to win at interview against competing NEDs

 

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