Join us for an engaging program with Andy Jansen, who will introduce the Job Demands-Resources (J D-R) model through bringing to life the parallels between his work with horses, and the psychology of leadership, change, engagement, and diversity. The Job Demands-Resources (J D-R) model is a tool to positively impact productivity and retention. The J D-R model helps identify job demands and resources at the individual and organizational levels that impact both burnout and engagement. By helping leaders understand these factors, practitioners across the OD spectrum can help maximize the productivity, resilience, and innovation of teams and individuals.
This interactive session will encourage participants to reflect on and share experiences relating to latent causes of resistance, burnout, and engagement.
We will discuss the application of the J D-R model in embracing diversity, change management, coaching, professional development, leadership development, and performance management.
This session will enable you to think critically about the impact of constraints, flexibility, and accountability on engagement, and come away with tools you can immediately apply to improve critical outcomes.
Andy Jansen helps individuals and organizations to maximize their talent by focusing on engagement. Andy brings universal OD issues to life by weaving in stories from years of working with horses, and the humans that engage with them, to illustrate the power of attention and intention, and the transformative effect of embracing diversity. Andy has been an industry leader serving the American Farriers Association through their education, certification, and cultural exchange programs, and has authored articles for trade publications. Andy brings to life the parallels between his work with horses, and the psychology of leadership, change, engagement, and valuing diversity. In 2015 he began working in the field of OD, and in 2018 he completed an M.A. in Leadership and Organizational Development from Saint Louis University. Andy holds a B.S. in Ag-education and a minor in Agribusiness Economics from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.