How to Develop a Culture of High Performance
A culture of high performance is essentially developed with building a team of members who have the right competency connected with the right job. Leaders monitor their team's readiness and the human aspects that inherently lead to a culture of high performance on a job.
According to the Denison model - a model of corporate culture that addresses these issues - there are four interwoven corporate culture traits:
- Mission, which defines the long-term direction and purpose of the organization
- Involvement, which measures the company's ability to drive commitment and to develop ownership with employees
- Consistency, which defines the values, agreement and coordination that hold the company together
- Adaptability, which measures the company's ability to read and scan the business environment and to respond to change
Participants of the webinar will learn:
- An understanding of managing the silent killer for business progression when NOT taken care of
- The effective approach for developing supportive culture in an organization
- The underlying factors that matter
- What a culture needs to maintain high performance and how to go about it
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