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Who should attend
- Any senior leaders looking to accelerate their strategic vision through culture
- Anyone who has decided on a strategic shift in their organization and is now faced with executing their plan
About the course
How can you become a leader who drives powerful strategic outcomes? At the nexus of executive management and successful business goals is a vital and robust company culture. This high-level ability to create and foster culture takes visionary leadership that inspires, motivates, and guides employees to align company values and norms with their work. High-functioning and strategic cultures enable greater productivity, sustainability, and, most importantly, company success.
Changing company culture is no small feat, but with the right tools and leadership training, you will be skilled in effectively managing change and innovation while implementing business culture to drive strategic goals.
Designed to bridge the gap between leadership and culture in strategic management, the Leading Strategy Execution Through Culture training program provides executive business leaders with research-based tools to nurture a positive company culture and room to explore how managers can create a culture for change. Driven by Dr. Chatman's research and consulting focus - making her a leading international expert with clients across top Fortune 500 companies and global medium-sized firms - the program centers around visionary leadership and applying your unique leadership style to advance strategic planning, performance, and goals.
A personalized leadership assessment (administered before the program) will provide you with insights that can be actualized into tangible actions when you return to work.
Build a High-Performance Strategic Culture
Successfully implement strategy and accelerate your vision by leveraging company culture as an execution tool, inspiring excellence, and accountability at all levels. Master the three criteria needed for an effective culture and how to deploy them in your organization. Diagnose your workplace culture using quantitative analyses that enable you to identify key culture gaps between your current and ideal company culture.
Become a Transformational Leader
Elevate both your organization’s culture and your unique leadership style to drive organizational transformation and strategic success. Gain insight through quantitative analysis of your leadership style, as assessed by others, and how it relates to the culture you create.
Fluidly Navigate Cultural Shifts
Manage complex change and capitalize on culture change opportunities by effectively maneuvering across the organizational landscape and its complexities, including aligning your team with changes in your organization’s strategic direction.
Apply New Techniques to Influence & Mobilize Your Team
Use culture-focused techniques of influence and persuasion to motivate and enhance your team's performance through organizational transformation. Leverage your leadership style to empower your team's transition to working remotely.
Make More Effective Decisions
Develop a roadmap to execute your vision through strategic management planning and decision-making processes that align with your priorities and company values.
The Leading High-Performance Culture program curriculum covers the following topics:
TOPIC 1 | Leading & Leveraging Culture
TOPIC 2 | Tower Building: Creating the Vision and Cultural Context Needed for Strategic Success
TOPIC 3 | Leadership Styles & Adaptive Cultures
TOPIC 4 | Your Leadership Style: What You Think it is, What Others Think, and What it all Means
TOPIC 5 | Your Company Culture & Interpreting Your Survey Results
TOPIC 6 | Culture as a Strategy Execution Tool
TOPIC 7 | Organizational Canvas
TOPIC 8 | Developing a Performance Based Culture
TOPIC 9 | Taking Action and Getting Traction
Education PhD, Business Administration, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley BA, Psychology, UC Berkeley Positions Held At Haas since 1993 2001 – present, Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management 2001 – 2004, Director, Haas School of Business PhD Program 2001 – 2002, Ma...
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