In this webinar I will discuss what security culture is, where it belongs in the organisation, and how good security culture can reduce the likelihood of being breached. I will point to research on culture, human behaviours, and how to motivate people to do the right thing.Read more >
For more than two decades organizations worldwide have failed at creating the security awareness we have aimed for. Instead of continuing doing things we already know are failing to give us the results we need, Mr. Roer and his team set out to analyse what the key elements in successful awareness programs are, and what the major reasons for failure are. The research project was the basis to create the Security Culture Framework, a free and open methodology on organizing successful awareness campaigns that creates lasting cultural change. Today, the framework is being used by a large number of organizations around the world, to build and maintain security culture. In this talk, Mr. Roer will walk you through the four basic principles of the Security Culture Framework, and explain how to be successful when building security culture.Read more >
In this 2-part webinar series, you’ll learn potent neuroscience techniques for creating a culture of passion, growth, commitment, initiative, and resilience. You’ll learn the secrets of high-engagement cultures where employees deliver terrific performance, have balanced lifestyles, and avoid burnout.
During this webinar you will learn:
- Potent neuroscience techniques for creating a culture of passion, growth, commitment, initiative, and resilience.
- The secrets of high-engagement cultures where employees deliver terrific performance, have balanced lifestyles, and avoid burnout.
- How to cause insights and ideas in people, so they feel more motivated, engaged and keep momentum.
- The most effective cultural rituals that will bring performance to record highs.
- The questions to determine if your culture is on track or in trouble.
- The 3 things all humans crave and how to build rapid trust.
In Part 2 of our Create The Culture Of Your Dreams Webinar series you’ll learn potent neuroscience techniques for creating a culture of passion, growth, commitment, initiative, and resilience. You’ll learn the secrets of high-engagement cultures where employees deliver terrific performance, have balanced lifestyles, and avoid burnout.Read more >
The new Senior Managers Regime shines a spotlight on the hot topic of risk culture and conduct. Managing Directors of Risk Audit Professional Development, Chris Hollands and Sandro Boeri discuss behaviours in banking and measuring culture.Read more >
A culture of safety excellence is easy to recognise. It’s evident in the attitudes, beliefs and actions of employees.
However, achieving a culture in which every person believes the organisation and its leaders are truly committed to safety as a core value goes beyond compliance-based policies and procedures. Even where robust regulatory systems are in place, “safe” work isn’t guaranteed. Across the globe, the greatest safety performers are organisations that make an effort to understand how their safety system is perceived by the employees working closest to the risk. The feedback drives engagement exercises through which employees are actively involved in building improved processes.
Please join Caterpillar Safety Services Asia Pacific Consultant, Jenny Krasny, as she explains tools to assess your safety culture and, how to move your organisation from policy/compliance-based safety management to safety excellence.
1. The difference between compliance vs cultural improvement strategies
2. How perception precedes behaviour
3. The survey approach used by Caterpillar
4. How to use safety perception survey data for improvement
Security is not rocket science. Developing an effective and efficient enterprise security program starts with strong culture and risk communication. Ditch the old school security ways and embrace the millennial approach. The pillars of the millennial approach to security are: developing a positive security culture, making secure business processes easy, fostering enduring business relationships, constant communication with executives, and getting the biggest bang for your limited bucks with risk prioritization.Read more >
If you've been appointed the Keeper of Culture or the Values Cops in your organization, this workshop is essential for you. And if the company culture is dependent on a larger-than-life CEO, look out! Let's talk about making culture a shared responsibility.Read more >
When it comes to realizing success in today’s era of service desks, the importance of an effective and fully integrated knowledge management solution cannot be underestimated. Making the transformation to a knowledge-driven organization is non-trivial, and takes time. Although culture does not change overnight there has been a cultural shift in the workplace making IT organizations take a fresh look at their knowledge management strategy. There is no denying that today’s majority workforce of tech-savvy, self-sufficient millennials are now driving broader acceptance of knowledge as king.
So why are IT organizations finding it difficult to overcome these cultural and organizational barriers and implementing a successful knowledge management solution? This presentation will explore six key barriers to transforming to a truly knowledge-based culture, and practical ways you can overcome each.
This session will focus on current and evolving best practices for Innovation and New Product Development (NPD) and how culture and leadership aspects are a necessary focus to propel your company’s innovation efforts. The discussion will focus on Stage-Gate’s 30 years of research into innovation and new product development best practices and draw on examples from the world’s top performing innovators. Mitch Kemp, Managing Director of Stage-Gate International USA will demonstrate how applying these principles will help your company significantly improve it’s ROI on NPD.
This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU credit).
This webinar will introduce the history, theory, basic techniques, and potential pit-falls of mammalian cell culture. It is designed for students and new lab technicians, as well as bench scientists interested in updating their techniques or knowledge in the field.
Topics to be discussed include:
• History and practical theories of cell culture and its impact on today’s science
• The requirements needed to set up a cell culture laboratory
• Challenges when performing mammalian cell culture and how to overcome them
About our Presenter:
Dr. Mark Rothenberg graduated from Emory University with his Ph.D. in Cell and Developmental Biology. Over the past 25 years, Mark has held positions in both academia and industry where he has developed an expertise in the areas of assay development and cell culture. He currently holds the position of Manager Scientific Training and Education with Corning Life Sciences.
The key to sustaining corporate culture ultimately lies in identifying, recruiting and selecting top performing talent; talent that already fits – and thus will sustain – your culture. But how do you do that? Most organizations tend to follow the “bull’s-eye” strategy – highly focused on hitting the center of the dartboard: the skillset. However, organizations can benefit from refocusing from only the “bull’s-eye” to the entire target in identifying top performing talent. Attendees will learn how to connect the dots between attraction/selection, evaluation and development, all the while using competencies and success attributes required to not only be a top performer, but to fit culturally. They will also learn how to consistently apply these criteria when selecting and hiring talent, managing and assessing performance, and training and development throughout the lifecycle of the employee.
Attendees will gain insight and understanding into how implementing predictive success attributes, structured behavioral interviews and weighted evaluations can help identify top performing talent – talent that fits and sustains your culture.