The values that inform the way you treat employees and customers, make business decisions, and invest company resources are reflected in your organizational culture. Targeted professional development training like the courses below can help to shape the culture of a new business or reinforce, redefine, or refocus an existing company culture for optimal growth and engagement. Whether you are looking for a one hour seminar, a half-day workshop, a customized certificate program, virtual training, or a topic for your next staff development day, we can help!
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Attitude of Gratitude
A culture where employees feel appreciated is critical to success with both relationships and results. Learn how you can improve your own mindset to think and act more positively and how to influence others to do the same.
The program includes an overview of ethics and workplace ethics, several case studies, and discussions of the value of business ethics to an organization. In all, this course will identify and encourage behaviors that ensure customers and clients are treated fairly and properly, increasing the reputation of an organization.
Discovering Values that Drive Performance
A strong culture produces employees with a well-tuned sense of direction and helps create common definitions of success, so your company can grow as a team. This presentation will discuss the alignment of personal and company values; how to cultivate behaviors that honor values and impact performance; and how to develop high-performance teams with a common purpose and values.
Employee engagement — the extent to which employees enjoy, believe in, and feel valued for what they do — is a top indicator of organizational success. This program will teach managers and supervisors how to improve employee engagement in their organization. The course will focus on essential practices for increasing employee engagement, such as control, confidence, and communication.
Employee Engagement Video Preview
Employee Engagement Video Preview
Employee Resource Groups that Engage and Add Value
If you’ve ever enjoyed lime or chili flavored snack chips, you have an Employee Resource Group to thank. Employee or Business Resource Groups (ERGs / BRGs) are voluntary employee-led groups whose aim is to foster a diverse, inclusive workplace and support business goals. They are organized around shared backgrounds or experiences such as gender, ethnicity, racial, lifestyles, or interests. By providing support in personal and career development for employees, they help foster a sense of belonging and engagement. Many of the most successful and well-regarded companies have active ERGs that have proven to be a valuable resource to achieving business goals. Frequent examples of their contributions are seen in areas such as recruiting underrepresented talent, offering new product ideas, and making new connections to customers and the community.
This program introduces you to: what Affinity, Employee Resource, and Business Resource Groups are; how ERGs can increase employee engagement; the crucial role of executives; best practices for organizing and establishing ERGs; how ERGs can provide a valued resource to achieving business goals; and things you want to know but were afraid to ask, such as how to get started at your company.
Leadership for an Inclusive Culture
Direct supervisors and managers have the biggest impact on their employees’ experience. The culture of an employee’s immediate group or team becomes the standard of how the entire organization is viewed. By creating a culture of inclusiveness and high engagement, employees are most likely to stay and do their best work, and the organization can activate the potential advantages of a diverse workforce.
Work Life Balance
In this course, participants will better understand work-life balance and the consequences of falling out of balance. Participants will also understand mindfulness and how conscious action supports a holistic work/life balance.
Interested in Training to Develop the Organizational Culture at Your Business?
These courses can be customized to suit the needs and initiatives of any organization.
To find out how to bring these topics — or any of our other staff training courses — to your company, please request a free consultation or contact us:
Sharon Gutterman, Senior Program Coordinator