Developing a Culture of High Performance: Webinar
September 15, 2011 | 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern
Today’s workforce wants their work to stand for something. Does your organizational culture help meet that need for meaning? The culture of an organization is either its biggest asset or biggest liability. The identity of an organization and what it stands for has become the most significant differentiator of performance.
Study after study has shown that workplace cultures develop and evolve in a similar pattern to the development of the people in that culture. Understanding that evolutionary pattern is key to development of both your culture and your people. Without a map of the territory, how will you know which direction leads to higher performance?
In this information-packed webinar, we reveal the roadmap to high performance that will forever change the way you think about training and development and the role you play in enhancing your organization’s culture. We will also show you how to access free and inexpensive tools that you can immediately apply to develop your culture and your team. With this framework and these tools, you will be able to connect with the values of your employees at the organizational level and transform your culture into one that is not only desired by all stakeholders, but outperforms the competition.
Susan Keaton and Tom Rausch are certified Cultural Transformation Tools consultants, executive coaches and organizational change experts. Both have experience at all levels of corporate training and development and know how to deliver measurable results through practical tools and tactics that are tied to proven whole-system change technologies. They invite you to join them in this informative and lively online discussion, and to bring along your toughest performance challenges to be solved with the strategies and tools and tactics that will be presented.
To learn more about Tom and Susan and their company, Leadership Beyond Limits, LLC, visit http://www.leadershipbeyondlimits.com
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