As a leader in your organisation, you’re responsible for preparing teams to deal with a complex and uncertain business environment. Implementing new structures, processes, and tools can help, to a point. Make your culture work with your change efforts, not against you, by addressing your organisation’s culture. We help make the invisible visible by looking at your organisation’s espoused values and beliefs and comparing them to reality. This half-day workshop is most effective when attended by a horizontal and vertical cross-section of your employees.
You will leave this half-day workshop with:
- Visibility of areas of culture that were taken for granted, unspoken, or taboo.
- Collective responsibility and commitment to strengthening weaknesses and maintaining strengths.
- A plan of first and next steps for improving culture, with definitions for to measure success.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is aimed at leaders at all levels and consultants who have a desire to help shape the culture of their/their clients organisations. It is suitable for individuals joining from organisations, or several members of a leadership team attending together.
Spaces are limited to 10 participants to maximise the learning opportunities for all attendees.
This is a fast-paced workshop that teaches leaders how to influence culture change based on real-world examples. You will have opportunities to implement new skills and tools, and you will receive feedback on your influencing skills.
As a result of participating in this half-day workshop, you will:
- Have the skills and tools required to influence culture change in your organisation.
- Understand the importance of communicating effectively, at the right time with the right people to drive change and negotiate internal organisational “barriers”.
- Understand how to develop knowledge-sharing networks that will enable your organisation to respond quickly to change.
- Be able to promote and explain the benefits of team self-organisation to deliver high-quality products and services.
- Be able to act as a change agent to enhance organisational learning.