In organizations culture is more important than leadership or vision because it defines the values that dictate how people operate day to day. Culture is defined in a variety of ways, but certain elements consistently impact how it emerges: Language, Values, Education, Priorities, Communication, Accepted Behaviors, etc. An organization's culture has more tangible impact on the bottom line than any person or policy. Thus, fashioning a Culture of Greatness is critical.
- Understanding that culture is malleable, purposefully inserting beliefs around core values and high quality interactions amongst the team, is an opportunity HR professionals can seize. Recognizing the factors that currently contribute to the environment impact an employees ability to embrace the new.
We can define and implement strategies that make a thriving culture possible. (Responsibilities 09)
- Establishing foundational pillars that support your organizations characteristics is essential. Your company and your people are unique. Yet in this message you’ll discover how the four universal virtues of Honor, Excellence, Identity and Significance create the infrastructure for your culture to flourish. (Responsibilities 10, 20)
- Being intentional about crafting your culture produces some amazing results! You’ll find the alignment of thinking, delivers a more dynamic space for transparent interaction. It enables a diversity of perspectives to be platformed and appreciated. It directly contributes to measuring accurately progress towards goal achievement. It opens wide the involvement in strategic plans and problem solving. (Responsibilities 06, 08)
Each session has been approved for one SHRM PDC and one HRCI BUSINESS credit toward recertification. Attend both sessions and you will receive two recertification credits for SHRM and HRCI.