Committing to Company Culture
About this course
We’ve all heard the famous quote by Peter Drucker “culture eats strategy for breakfast”, but do we understand what it actually means and why it is so important?
During this short course we will identify the key elements required to develop a strong unifying culture that bonds employees and members to the extent that all are committed to shared objectives, values and results.
Culture defines how we work together and forms part of the company’s DNA. In this short course, Committing to Culture, we will consider the vital role culture plays in employee engagement, performance and goal achievement.
Check out the introduction to our Committing to Company Culture short course and start embracing the value of a united team.
What you’ll learn
A strong culture is what enables high performing teams deal with adversity, crises and find solutions to problems that seem insurmountable.
The introduction focuses on defining culture, what it is and articulating pertinent concepts. We then examine the components of culture starting with a foundation of trust and how purpose drives culture in aligning with company’s vision and mission. This is followed by how we can build culture and in particular the conscious culture and we round off with discussion on embracing culture in ensuring employee engagement and talent management.
Who this is for?
This short course is for any individual who wishes to take more control of their self development, putting their own growth trajectory at the centre of their focus and using this as the start for their transformational process to becoming a more confident and clear-minded individual. Any team leader, manager or member of society would benefit greatly from this short course so that they may learn how to help themselves deal with the difficulties of day-to-day tasks and obligations.
Lessons will be delivered in bite-sized video messages. Each lesson will provide focussed orientation on a specific topic, theme or tool. At the end of the course you will be assessed by means of a short multiple-choice quiz, and once completed successfully, you will receive a certificate of attendance.