Maersk

Learn how Maersk transformed the leadership capabilities of 2,000 managers across 27 countries in just six months.

Challenge:

Maersk faced a performance challenge on a global scale, being that too few of its people managers had the skills or behaviors to effectively manage their teams.

To help address concerns of global alignment, operational consistency and a total mindset and behavioral change, Mind Gym developed a just-in-time performance management program.

Solution:

From start to finish, Mind Gym delivered eight different workouts with titles from Great Feedback to Challenging Messages across the global company. And in just 11 weeks, 37 business partners in 13 countries were qualified to deliver a new performance management program.

Six months later, 137 sessions had been run, upskilling 2,000 managers in 27 countries.

Results:

• 96% of participants said they would apply the knowledge and skills learned from the workouts to their jobs
• 90% rated the workouts “Very good” or “Excellent”

Return on investment:

Key driver in significant savings in overall global learning spend

Awards:

Maersk won the prestigious ATD BEST award in 2016, recognizing them as the #1 leader in talent development

“Once our leaders got a taste of 90-minute learning, they were hooked.” – Berry Lumpkins, Head of HR

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