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Leadership and Culture

How to Create a Workplace Where People Like to Work

This is a live virtual event using Zoom, an online meeting platform. Please check your system requirements prior to registering.
January 11, 2023
(09:00 AM - 04:00 PM CT )
$329.00 (regular rate) + tax
Location: Online Virtual
*(early rate expires 22-12-22 )
6
Continuing Education
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Leadership and Culture - How to Create a Workplace Where People Like to Work

Early rate expires 12/22/2022

Live Virtual Workshops January 11, 2023 9:00AM-4:00PM CST
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Based on the book, The Culture Question, this workshop provides a guide for how every organization can become a great place to work. Workplace culture is the most significant factor that influences employee engagement, work relationships, and job satisfaction. Culture determines whether your organization will succeed – or even survive. It profoundly affects both the quality of the products or services you provide and the lives of those who work in your organization. The good news is that culture is something we can influence. By exploring six key elements that make up a healthy workplace culture, participants will learn the answers to two fundamental questions: “How does your organization’s culture impact how much people like where they work?” and “What can leaders do to make it better?” Please note: This workshop may be taught by one of the four authors of this book upon request. They are Randy Grieser, Eric Stutzman, Wendy Loewen, and Michael Labun.

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize why a healthy culture is essential and a competitive advantage
  • Understand the connection between culture and purpose
  • Implement strategies for creating peak performing teams
  • Incorporate key ideas for creating and sustaining a healthy workplace culture
  • Follow a framework to change and maintain culture

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Method of Delivery

Presentation, video, case study examples, personal reflection, delivered electronically.

Some of the Topics Included

  • The Case for Caring About Culture
  • Culture’s Impact on Employee Engagement
  • How to Define Purpose and Values
  • Communicating Your Purpose and Values
  • Providing Meaningful Work
  • Practical Ways to Make Work More Meaningful
  • Focusing Your Leadership Team on People
  • Directive Versus Empowering Leadership
  • Why Meaningful Relationships Matter
  • How to Foster Meaningful Relationships
  • Creating Peak Performing Teams
  • Foster Identification and Facilitate Interdependence
  • Practicing Constructive Conflict Management
  • Key’s to Transforming Conflict
  • How to Change Culture
  • Cultural Health Assessment Questionnaire

Target Audience

This is an intermediate-advanced level workshop for leaders, managers, supervisors, human resource personnel, and anyone who influences culture in the workplace.

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Trainer: Eric Stutzman

Chief Executive Officer

Eric is the Chief Executive Officer of ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership and co-author of The Culture Question and Don't Blame the Lettuce. He is a caring and insightful leader who believes that building authentic relationships is the best way to lead people effectively. Eric has provided leadership in the field of conflict resolution and mediation since completing a degree in Sociology with a focus on mediation and peacemaking. He is a Chartered Mediator and a past president of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of Manitoba. Prior to working with ACHIEVE, Eric was an administrator, board chair, senior mediator, trainer, and lead negotiator for a variety of other organizations. He believes that the best leaders and employees turn their minds first to listening with curiosity, and never put operations before people. Eric is a gifted trainer and speaker who makes material come alive for participants through humour, storytelling, and real-world application. Eric’s thoughts on leadership and organizational culture can be found here. Contact Eric at: [email protected] 204-783-2069

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