Attention to shaping organizational culture can make great organizations even better. Leaders who are aware of the elements and forces that shape the culture of an organization are better equipped to lead intentionally and with the greater impact. Leading through times of change - whether it's a planned course of change or it's imposed from the outside - requires a range of leadership awareness and skill in order to navigate the process successfully.
This training series equips rising and mid-level leaders with a framework of leadership practices grounded in a relational approach that values authenticity, trust, and respect across all of our human interactions.
Participants learn how to strengthen their impact by exploring dynamics of organizational culture and the process of change within an organization.
Also see this leadership course: Foundations of Leadership
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Module 1: Organizational Culture | Grow your awareness of the elements that make the culture of your organization and ways you can boost your influence in shaping its culture.
Module 2: Leading Change | Examine the dynamics of organizational change, the roles of various team members, and how to get the greatest impact out of your change efforts.
Module 3: Organizational Learning | Explore the value of being a learning organization, ways to get the most out of training initiatives, and how to increase implementation of new learning.
"This course helped me reflect on my strengths and challenge me to improve as a leader."
"I have a new focus and drive to be a leader with intention."
"I gained tools and resources to help me inspire others to achieve and to be their best."
"Our team gained a shared understanding and language which has had a positive impact on our organization."
"I really liked that the training was tailored for optimum learning for leaders who are at different developmental stages."
"This course has helped me in my leadership journey – it’s given me a point of reference for my own growth and my role in the growth of our organization."