Even the best-laid strategy will fall short without a healthy workplace culture and strong employee engagement.
Learn from the lived experiences of a senior organizational development leader on how to best assess, build and maintain the culture your organization needs to achieve and exceed its goals. Be inspired by a case study of an organization that went from having over 50% employee turnover and abysmal employee opinion survey results to winning state and local “Best Place to Work” honors. See firsthand how HR, training and management can be key drivers in shaping organizational culture and, ultimately, business results.
We’ll discuss the fundamentals of good culture, how to assess your organization’s culture, best practices from award-winning organizations, and actions every manager can take to make their own team culture healthy.
Upon completion of this program, attendees will be able to:
Why you should Attend:
- Assess current company culture
- Prepare a plan that drives behaviors that lead to achieving business objectives
- Collect meaningful metrics that demonstrate progress on the plan
- Do you want to assess your organization’s current culture?
- Are looking for ideas to strengthen engagement and retention?
- Do you want to refresh your culture for the post-COVID work world?
If you are an HR professional or an organizational leader seeking to improve workplace culture and employee engagement, this course is a must-attend. You will learn from the lived experiences of a senior organizational development leader who has successfully helped organizations build and maintain the culture they need to achieve their goals.
The course will show you how a healthy workplace culture and strong employee engagement can be key drivers in shaping organizational success. You will be inspired by a case study of an organization that transformed from having over 50% employee turnover and abysmal employee opinion survey results to winning state and local “Best Place to Work” honors. You will learn how HR, training, and management can work together to create a culture that fosters employee satisfaction and business results.
By attending this program, you will learn how to assess your current company culture, prepare a plan that drives behaviors that lead to achieving business objectives, and collect meaningful metrics that demonstrate progress on the plan. With these skills, you will be equipped to drive change in your organization and create a culture of engagement and success.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from a seasoned organizational development leader and gain the skills you need to improve your workplace culture and drive business results.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- What is culture?
- Attributes of a healthy and unhealthy culture
- What aspects of culture can HR impact? Or managers?
- Formal guideposts and why they matter
- Three key questions that provide insight into culture
- Clues and signs of culture
- How strong is your organizational culture?
- What’s at the foundation of great culture?
- “The Great Resignation”
- What is a compelling reason to work for your organization?
- Examples of organizational culture best practices
- Creating a common language
- Reinforcing appreciation
- Building community
- Measuring progress
- Making it happen!
- HR Professionals
- Chief Learning Officers
- Managers and Supervisors
- Project Managers
Theresa Hummel-Krallinger is an accomplished HR executive and consultant with experience leading human resources and organizational development initiatives for companies in a wide range of industries throughout the globe.
She has served as a trusted advisor to international leaders at all levels for over 20 years. Having held executive leadership roles in the financial services and pharmaceutical industries, as well as serving as the president of two professional organizations and her own company, she brings first-hand leadership experience and examples from which to draw.
Her passion for HR and commitment to helping organizations create high-performing cultures has made her a sought-after expert in the industry. She has presented on topics such as organizational culture, management and leadership development, talent management, and employee engagement at national, regional, and local chapters of SHRM, ATD, and other professional organizations.
Theresa served on the non-credit faculty at Temple University for 17 years, teaching courses in business communications and leadership. She holds several certifications in HR, OD topics, including an executive certificate from Wharton’s Chief Human Resource Officer program. Her book, “Building Your Career Boat,” will be published in late 2023. She is a finalist for HR Person of the Year 2023 for the SHRM consortium of NJ, PA, and DE chapters.
In addition to her work in HR, she has been a professional comedian since 2002. She won Emmy’s in 2019 and 2021 for her work on the PBS show, “Counter Culture.”