Overview

Developing a Culture of Success
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Developing a Culture for Success

Developing an organizational culture is not always easy. However, having a successful company culture is vital to any business to retain top talent, achieve success, and create an engaged workforce. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to measure their company's current culture and identify areas of improvement. They will begin by defining their company's current culture, mission, and vision statements. Once the current culture has been identified, attendees will learn the five steps to building a successful company. They will also analyze the role culture plays on employee engagement, and understand how to appropriately reward positive behavior (not just through compensation!). Attendees that will most benefit from this workshop are staff at all levels tasked with defining, measuring, and improving organizational culture, employee engagement, and morale. Attendees will leave this workshop with a better understanding of their own company's culture, as well as actionable steps they can take to develop or move towards forming a culture for success. 

This is part of the Leadership & Management and Human Resources Management Certificate Programs, but you do not need to enroll in the programs to take this workshop.

Instructor Bios

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Developing a Culture for Success

  • David Liddell

    David Liddell is the founder and CEO of SKYE Business Solutions. Established in 2002, SKYE improves the performance capabilities of company leaders, the skills and abilities of employees, and the profitability of organizations. David is a noted and respected speaker, coach, facilitator, and trainer. His problem-solving abilities and hands-on approach and expertise make him sought after by leaders who want breakthrough results for themselves, their teams, and their organizations. He has held strategic leadership roles in major organizations and holds an engineering degree from Concordia University.

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