Align Your Culture: Drive Performance eProgram (Session 4 of 4)
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In today's world, organizations are constantly changing and shifting, causing strategy and culture to do the same. When even the best strategies encounter a misaligned culture, it’s like getting stuck in molasses- progress slows and momentum is lost for all moving parts. This makes realigning strategy and culture essential.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/20/2017
When: October 20, 2017
12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Where: Goto Webinar Online
United States
Presenter: Amanda Kopydlowski, I/O Management Analyst
Contact: 1-800-339-4481


Online registration is available until: 10/20/2017
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Align Your Culture; Drive Performance eProgram

When: Meets in four, 60-minute online sessions from 12:00 – 1:00pm
Wednesday 10/11, Friday 10/13, Wednesday 10/18, Friday 10/20

Price: Members $195 / General $245 (Bring a friend for 50% off General rate)

Qualifies for 4 HRCI Recertification Credits / 4 SHRM PDCs

 

SUMMARY
In today's world, organizations are constantly changing and shifting, causing strategy and culture to do the same. When even the best strategies encounter a misaligned culture, it’s like getting stuck in molasses - progress slows and momentum is lost for all moving parts. This makes realigning strategy and culture essential.

This eProgram series offers you the physical tools and framework needed to experience a live strategy culture alignment planning session and bring great value back to their organization. As a result, you can jumpstart a purposeful approach to culture and establish an unspoken way things get done within the organization.

You will be able to identify culture from your perspective, as well as acquiring the tools to determine what culture would be most in line with your strategy. It's this perspective and the “a-ha!” moments that is historically never kept to one's self. As a result, you will engage in lively conversations day of, and bring your new take on culture back to your team to get their perspective. This is rooted in a focus on what changes an individual can make to be more in line with an aligned strategy and culture, or "purposeful culture." When the processes, systems, and metrics can be linked to purposeful culture, participant's strategic relevance to the organization increases significantly. Leaders drive culture. Culture drives performance. Performance drives results. Trust drives everything. Throughout this eProgram, you will:

  • Determine the culture most critical to achieve strategic goals, and how to apply it organization wide
  • Differentiate a healthy culture and a purposefully-aligned culture
  • Identify how your approach to work must shift in order to reach your strategic goals

 

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

> Michael Stewart, Managing Director
For the past 25 years Michael Stewart has consulted to hundreds of organizations ranging from the Fortune 50 to small non-profits.  He has partnered with numerous thought leaders and organizations including David Campbell, Marshall Goldsmith, Blanchard, CCL, Covey, Lominger, Korn/Ferry and others. He is known for data-driven solutions that appeal to the strategic CEO, the strategic Human Resources leader, and the practitioner. His holistic approach aligns the leadership and culture of an organization to better execute their strategic intent.  

> Brian Hash, Organizational Effectiveness Consultant
Brian has over 7 years of management consulting experience. He has a Master’s in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from San Francisco State, and started his career with Evolv (now Cornerstone) before joining Google’s Hiring Innovation team. At Work Effects, Brian partners with clients to drive strategy execution through a more purposeful approach to culture and talent. 

> Amanda Kopydlowski, I/O Management Analyst
Amanda has been with Work Effects since 2014, working primarily with data analytics and survey development. She also has experience with project management and design of training and development programs. Amanda is currently working on her dissertation to complete her Ph. D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. She has a passion for people in the workplace, and prioritizes growth and opportunities to thrive for all employees.