first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Organisations that feel their teams or managers are out of tune with eachother will get the opportunity to harmonise efforts when the OSJSoundynamicsproject launches its arts-based training courses in London this month. OSJ, formerly known as the Orchestra of St John’s, is hoping to strike achord with large companies and initiate a skills transfer process. Project director Matthew Swann points out that corporates could learn a lotfrom the team dynamics of an orchestra and in areas such as skills transfer innon-verbal communication and when to take a back seat in proceedings. “Also, musicians are used to the pressure of preparing for a recitaland performing to the highest standard,” he pointed out. Employers who want to conduct their team in harmony with each other areinvited to turn up at the open event to be held on 8 July at Stirling Square,near Pall Mall, London to hear what the project can teach their business.E-mail matthew @osj.org.uk for more details. Orchestrating work harmonyOn 1 Jul 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

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