Humanising the Workplace for Cultural Transformation Success

Presented by

Tony Holmwood, Cultural change strategist, executive and team coach, Outperf4m Consulting

About this talk

Effective leadership and evolving cultures are widely recognised as imperative to creating healthy, thriving organisations. Companies who score highest on creating an equitable, consistently high-trust culture for all employees achieve 3X higher market returns than those on the bottom. Yet these patterns of behaviour remain very much a Holy Grail for many organisations and HR leaders. As organisations focus more clearly on a compelling, authentic, and altruistic purpose and enable people to be the best they can be, sustainable financial results become far more likely. Recent research also suggests that both leaders and cultures need to continually evolve and develop, to create greater agility and adaptability in the face of a constantly changing world. At the core of this approach is intentionally developing and coaching the capacity of people. In this presentation Tony Holmwood will present his behavioural development framework from his internationally accredited and awarded book “Best Behaviour”. Tony will introduce his cultural change workshops designed to prepare HR and business leaders to successfully deliver a cost effective inhouse cultural transformation program. The workshops cover the following topics: - Creating a purposeful, high performance cultural strategy - Preparing leaders to be culturally transformative - Coaching for team literacy and agility so employees can flourish - Establishing a workplace environment for culture change success (At the conclusion of the workshops HR and business leaders are presented with a co-designed culture change implementation strategy benchmarked to world’s best practise).
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