Culture & Leadership: How To Lead The Change You Want To See
Whether you join us virtually or in-person for this interactive session, you’ll come away knowing something new about yourself.
Understanding your company culture has never been more important. Culture is what sets companies apart and allows for excellence to flourish. It is also what can cause catastrophes – from plane crashes and environmental disasters to plain old reputational damage. Normally, culture is challenged only after something goes wrong, but we know that addressing your culture head on not just minimizes your risk, but it is also what sets apart the good from the great.
In this session we will delve into what makes a good company culture around the areas that are important to you and your stakeholders. We will particularly examine the role of the leader and which specific actions have the greatest effect in shaping your culture. Our expertise comes from working in more than 85 countries around the world from large multinationals like Unilever, McDonald’s and The Coca Cola to startups and SMEs.
|8:00pm||Introductions & Icebreaker | Knowing your Culture | Online Quiz|
|8:15pm||Culture and Leadership | Presentation|
|8:30pm||Your Quiz results and what they mean | Demonstration|
|8:45pm||Celebrating our Strengths / Tackling our challenges | Group Activity|
|9:00pm||Networking and refreshments|
Dr. Joanne Taylor
Joanne is a qualified psychologist, educator and researcher, with a PhD in risk management and behaviour change. She is the Co-Founder of Culture Excellence and has worked with some of the largest companies in the world to improve their culture. A published author, and a seasoned speaker, she has also presented her work on culture and behaviour change at a UN Codex Colloquium.
Ringaile holds a masters degree in International Studies, and her decade long experience ranges from work with big multinational corporations, government entities as well as SMEs. In her role as Director of Culture Development, she in particular specialises on national culture and its impact on organisational culture. Ringaile has co-authored several publications on organisational culture and runs frequent workshops with companies around the world to help them improve their culture.
The event is FREE to attend but please reserve your place by registering below and selecting whether you will be joining us in-person or virtually.