Improving the culture in an organization or aligning it with another culture is a challenge. It takes time and a lot of effort. But it has to be done consistently and in a structured manner. Improving and sustaining the improvement in culture requires careful, well thought out approach based on principles rooted in management science. It cannot be done using an ad hoc approach. If so, efforts to improve organizational culture will not bring about desired results.

It seems like common knowledge that culture is important. Nevertheless, very few HR professionals have the tools and apply the right techniques to understood AND manage the organizational culture. This should be the primary focus of HR and managers in any organization as culture describes the values and norms that are reflected in the behaviors we witness in organizations every day. Culture is mainstream.

Culture is about managing groups, not individuals. By definition, culture is about the collective. At Denison we have been studying culture and performance for over two decades. We have witnessed high-performers up close. When asked what it is like to work in those organizations it is rare that employees mention mood or happiness. What you hear are terms and phrases such as demanding, accountable, high expectations, delivering on commitments, putting the customer first, and a belief that everyone in the organization must work hard together to deliver superior performance.

If aligning the collective effort of the workforce sounds like hard work, it is. It requires a shared vision and strategy for the future. Goals must be aligned in support of that vision and strategy. It requires a common understanding of customers. You need values that, combined with the Vision, Strategy and Goals, provide agreed upon boundaries for what people do, why they do it and how they do it. People need to develop effective working relationships in the organization that span divisions, functions, locations and levels. You have to make sure you have the skills you need today while building the skills needed for the future. And oh by the way, you need to create an environment in which employees are willing to share successes and failures – and the organization must learn from both.

The two-day workshop, “Developing High Performance Culture Training Course” seeks to provide participants with the fundamental understanding of what it takes to manage and improve organizational culture. It does this by first providing an overview of the concept and then provides the necessary tools and techniques by which this may be done collectively in an organization.

This Develop High Performance Culture Training Course usually be conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Developing a High Performance Culture Training Course


Terminal Objective

On completion of the training program, the participants will be able to define key elements that characterize high performance culture and undertake processes that are aimed to improve overall organizational culture.

Instrumental Objectives

At the end of the program the participants will be able to

  • Define the term key characteristics of a High Performance Culture
  • Describe the link between high performance culture and improved bottom line performance
  • List key elements in the development of a high performance culture
  • Analyze findings of a Culture Survey
  • Apply techniques when reviewing culture findings to improve overall culture
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