The focus of this webinar is how to both reinforce and adapt your culture to this “new normal” workplace. The learning objectives are:
Workplace culture is a hot topic in organizations that want to attract and retain the best talent; translate their values to their products and services, and show customers what they're all about. There are significant benefits that come from a vibrant and impactful culture. They are:
What about your company’s culture? Does it inspire and engage or get in your people’s way, slowing and wearing them down? Is it driven by top-down directives or cross-department collaboration? What stories do your people and your customers say about you? Is it good or bad?
However, due to the reality of the pandemic, the new normal of 2022 presents certain challenges. Your workforce may be entirely in-person or remote or hybrid, a combination. Teams and workgroups, that once connected very frequently in person, are now often virtual and dispersed working in an uncertain and evolving climate. It’s going to put many company cultures to the test. The right culture—a culture that embraces change, recognizes the new challenges facing employees, and encourages them to take the initiative and do things differently, more effectively—will need to support this shift, easing the transition and driving productivity
This webinar will help your leaders and managers understand the
power of culture during times of change and uncertainty; and what they can do to communicate and reinforce the best of your culture and at the same time adapt to deal with this new normal.
Yes, we are in the midst of a “new normal” that is creating massive challenges to every organization, big and small in all industries. So, why be concerned with culture when you, as a manager, supervisor, or team leader have so many other problems to deal with? The reason is that this “new normal” created massive challenges for your employees as well. Alongside the personal adjustments they are making in working remote or hybrid, their working style—habits and behaviors—will also need to adapt.
In reality, culture should not be considered as a touchy-feely, but rather as a bottom-line component of a business. It’s about the day-to-day interactions between leaders and staff; between managers and supervisors and their team members; between the various departments and your customers or clients. In other words, it’s pervasive throughout the organization and it can enable a company's success or be the key to its undoing.
Therefore, it will require all managers, supervisors, team leaders at all levels to develop new or retooled managerial practices, as well as specific ways to reinforce the organizational culture for the “new normal” today and the future.
In this webinar you learn how to get a good read on the health of your culture; understand the cultural issues of a remote and hybrid workforce, and utilize daily ways to communicate to your workers about culture and how to this “new normal”.
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