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The purpose of this talk is to explore managerial identity regulation in the context of organizational change and collaboration between two public services – the Police and Fire and Rescue Service.
‘I am what I think you think I am’.
What is this relationship between social and self that defines two distinct images, how do employees see the organisation and how do they believe this is viewed from the outside?
How does organizational change impact the self image of your employees?
Work identity describes the activities undertaken by individuals to make sense of themselves and their organization. Identity is of upmost importance to people and when organizational change occurs to alter that identity, tensions can arise.
Presenter: Shaun Hallam, MBA
Shaun Hallam is a serving Senior Fire Officer with over 23 years’ experience. He is researching values, role regulation and work identity within the Fire and Rescue Service as part of a professional doctorate. Currently holding the title Area Manager Business Services, Shaun has strategic responsibility for planning, performance, information management, risk management, health, safety and wellbeing.
He has previously led on commercial development and sponsorship strategies and provided strategic oversight for a range of projects. Principle roles have included research, innovation and change management, programme management and governance.
During his MBA Studies he focussed on organizational culture, supported through international study in Toronto Fire and Rescue Service.
To book your FREE place:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Caroline Lewis on 01480-890520 by Friday 24 June 2016.
Prior to being employed as a Firefighter, Shaun was a bespoke software developer building specific solutions for local companies.