Leading Culture and Change: Create a culture everyone wants to be part of

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Cuppacumbalong

21 Naas Road

Tharwa, ACT 2620

Australia

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It does not matter how good your strategy is, if your culture is shakey, your business is too. Sadly, many leaders believe that if their culture is going well it will stay that way, that it is evidence of their effective leadership. The truth is that culture is a malleable thing and needs purposeful management.

Culture is not as intangible as you may think. It can be mapped, measured, and managed.

In this one day workshop:

  • Learn how to map, measure and manage culture dynamics in the workplace.

  • Discover the causes of change resistance and how to manage these.

  • Learn how to use social dynamics to make change initiatives run more smoothly.

Why do this workshop with your team?

Map your culture together as a team and implement your monitoring and management strategies as soon as you're back at work, without wasting hours, days and weeks trying to get your exec team on the same page as you.

Feel far more cohesive as a team, the shared experience means you all leave with the same deeper understanding and commitment to your new "better" strategy.

The challenge with attending workshops on your own...

You gain so much insight and valuable expertise from these events, how then to give your colleagues the same experience? You end up wasting the investment in the training because they don't "get it" and they can't help us implement it.

The other bonus benefit:

There will be other organisations and their teams there and you will be able to leverage their insights and experience as well as build connections at the same time.

Best suited to:

Senior leadership team of the organisation.

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Cuppacumbalong

21 Naas Road

Tharwa, ACT 2620

Australia

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