Enhancing the Employee Experience
Join our Webinar - Participants will learn:
1) How to create and maintain a healthy and sustainable culture
2) The elements required to hard-wire the real core values of the organization
3) Clarify fair expectations for the highest levels of engagement and retention
4) Using the Q-12 to measure supervisory managerial performance metrics from direct report anonymous assessments
“Being a great place to work is the difference between being a good company and a great company.” – Brian Kristofek, President and CEO, Upshot
“We believe that it’s really important to come up with core values that you can commit to. And by commit, we mean that you’re willing to hire and fire based on them. If you’re willing to do that, then you’re well on your way to building a company culture that is in line with the brand you want to build.” – Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos
Company culture: hard to describe what it is, but easy to recognize when a company has "IT". A great company culture fosters engagement and passion. A great company culture seems to grow leaders that have a healthier relationship with conflict and thus yield greater results. I've seen cultures that make it unsafe to ever make a mistake and other cultures that thrive on building confidence through mistakes. I've seen "values" statements espouse authenticity only to witness command and control leaders that don't really understand what authenticity means in application. Some cultures foster formulaic thinking, while other cultures foster ambition, learning, and self-regulation. While a company culture may have been built over decades, it doesn't have to take decades to make a change. Organizations can be intentional about cultivating a culture based on their core values. The process starts by understanding there is an associated behavior that represents each value and an opposite behavior that represents the lack of that value. Most organizations fail to set behavior standards and expectations and thus fail to pick the thorns out of their own paws.
- Anisa Aven, NLPC, BCC, CEO of TurnKey Coaching & Development Solutions & Webinar Emcee
In this webinar HR professionals will learn the difference between accidental, generic, price of
admission, aspirational, “window dressing” and truly authentic core values that are used every-day to make decisions in their organizations.
Values that are truly “core” represent the true and real culture of the organization often not the values noted on the website like “transparent” “collaborative” often forgettable How do you uncover the core values? That is the fun and remarkable process we will explore.
About our Guest Speaker, Mark Freeman, Executive Coach, Master Trainer, Training & Development Program Consultant
Mark is an Executive Coach and senior organizational behavioral consultant,
primarily working in the academic, corporate, healthcare, and aerospace
industries. His work in the area of performance improvement includes cohesive team development, change management, organizational analysis for business development and excellence, and executive leadership and coaching. As an executive coach, he has extensive experience with a wide variety of corporate and not for profit clients. Mark designs custom curricula for leadership training programs for managerial excellence. He has extensive experience facilitating the various EVERYTHING DISC behavioral assessments and the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team with a multitude of organizations.
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Turnkey Coaching & Development Solutions is a Training, Coaching, Employee Assessment & Organizational Development firm company based in Houston, Texas with satellite offices across the US and key locations around the globe. The company was founded in 2004 to help corporation, non-profits, governmental organizations and academia drive business results and succeed by preparing their future leaders and developing their workforce strategically.