Improving Your Organization's Culture
Date: May 30, 2019
How would your team manage if they were suddenly marooned in the desert? Would they collaborate well, would they show individual leadership abilities, and, would they survive?
Using a desert survival simulation, this workshop provides participants with an understanding of what it takes to be a high-performing team or company. The workshop will introduce you to the twelve organizational culture characteristics, including which ones you want and which ones you don’t want. More importantly, the workshop will help to start a road map that is right for your team as they build a constructive and rewarding culture.
During the session we will:
· Evaluate our ability to work in a team through the interactive experience of a Desert Survival Simulation
· Understand the 12 characteristics that define a team or organizational culture
· Understand the 3 culture clusters and their impact on our results
· Learn the framework we can use to improve our team or organizational culture
By the end of this workshop, you will gain insight into the culture characteristics that drive culture and their effect on the overall success of a team and an organization. And… we’ll have some fun along the way surviving in the desert.
Cheryl has been helping businesses clarify their goals and develop high performing cultures for over 25 years. She has executive and governance experience across six industry sectors and leverages that experience to provide insights to leaders as they seek to inspire their teams and improve business performance.
As a consultant, Cheryl’s clients are on both sides of the boardroom table - from facilitating strategic planning, to building constructive cultures to coaching and supporting leaders to make it all happen. Cheryl has an MBA from Concordia University and a B Ed. from the University of Alberta. She is an active member of the Institute of Corporate Directors and a Certified Executive Coach.