21WA-3498: Creating a Culture of C.R.A.P...How Culture Will Drive Results in the New Workplace (Webinar)
Friday, December 3, 2021
Personnel/Human Resources - Non-Technical (1.0)
Standard Member Fee
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Have you ever wondered what makes some cultures are engines that produce excellent results year after year? Have you ever seen bosses that people would do almost anything for and wondered what their secret was? Those bosses and organizations that build a people-centric culture understand that it is the culture they create that drives success...not the opposite.
Jeff's insight as an HR Leader, "headhunter," coach and US Army veteran made him realize that a culture created by a leader or an organization that had people as the foundation delivered sustained results year after year.
Through real-life stories and interactive participation, Jeff has created a program which helps participants understand how building an engaged and loyal workforce will produce sustained results.
This program is an "idea" program but it is also a "process" program. Participants will understand the importance of building an engaged and loyal workforce as well as learn actionable steps they can use to start building this type of culture.
Who should take this program?
Leaders of all types including HR, Accounting/Finance, Operations and Sales as well as Owners of companies.
Understand reasons that employees love being on the receiving end of C.R.A.P. (Caring, Respect, Appreciation and Praise) and how to best give your employees C.R.A.P. so they deliver results for the organization in the new workplace.
Prepare participants to advocate to senior leadership the business case that in order to sustain results over the long-term in a changed workplace, a culture of C.R.A.P. (Caring, Respect, Appreciation and Praise) is an absolute must.
Understand why the C.R.A.P. behaviors are instrumental in building a culture of engagement and employee loyalty with a workforce that has been conditioned that loyalty is dead and where engagement is problematic.
Identify gaps where leadership is not leading in a manner that will produce sustained organizational results over time.
NASBA ID#: 107810
Group Internet Based