Training | Quale l'humain capital
Quale offers training programmes and workshops that facilitate knowledge transfer, peer-to-peer interactions and practical application of skills.
Quale now offers a digital version of three of its flagship training programmes. The digital version includes:
  • Access to educational resources,
  • Live classroom sessions with the instructors,
  • Insights from leading experts, and
  • Synchronous / asynchronous peer-to-peer interactions

Addressing religion in the workplace

Since 2012, Quale has been offering training programmes on addressing religion in the workplace to different categories of workers in the public and private sector, both in France and abroad. The training provides a deep understanding of issues as well as practical approaches and methods to address them.

Learning Objectives:

General Objective: To provide managers with the tools to understand and manage religion in the workplace
Specific objectives:
  • Be aware of the manifestations of religion in the workplace
  • To know the legal framework applicable to religion in the workplace
  • How to identify issues stemming from religious practices in the workplace
  • Develop tools to analyse the expression of religion
  • Equip managers to respond to religious issues
  • How to develop an internal policy to address religion
  • How to implement an internal policy that addresses religion in the workplace
  • Know how to initiate and conduct internal dialogue regarding religion

Organisational transformation: meaning, effectiveness and efficiency

Quale offers training on principles and practices to successfully bring about complex transformations. Based on 30 years of experience in people and organisational management, training and social transformation, this programme presents a fresh perspective on change.


Learning Objectives:

General Objective: Develop transferable skills in the areas of organisational, team and project management and leadership to adapt to complex and changing environments.
Specific Objectives: At the end of the training and mentoring programme, participants will be able to
  • Conceptualise the principles of transformation;
  • Actualise the meaning of their actions;
  • Define the organisational vision;
  • Define an action plan to realise this vision;
  • Drive an iterative/agile operationalisation of the plan;
  • Leverage iterative/agile approaches to improve relevance and performance;
  • Leverage iterative/agile approaches to improve awareness and reflexive knowledge;
  • Leverage the whole approach to increase confidence in the project and among members of the organisation.
These skills represent a mixture of knowledge (savoirs), skills (savoirs-faire), and attitudes (savoirs-être) that contribute to the relevance of organisational transformations.


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