Leading in a Culture of Purpose and Learning
Cultures that are aligned with the purpose of the organization develop confident employees leading to superior business performance. Many leaders and managers do not establish a clear, consistent, aligned culture that inspires high commitment to the organization’s purpose. Where organizational culture is key to unlocking your organization’s greatest potential, leading with respect is the key to building a culture of growth and learning.
For many of us, personal growth has been and continues to be a priority as we work to improve our capabilities and responsibilities through our careers. It is essential, particularly in this uncertain world, to create a clear purpose and personal growth in organizations that are looking to transform to an environment of full engagement.
In this program, we will discover the four factors of organization culture, and take a deep dive into the leadership mindset and behaviors that catapults employee growth and learning. Leading with respect is essential to developing confident and capable employees and superior business performance. L&D professionals can use a problem solving and continuous improvement mindset as a catalyst to create a climate of learning and development. L&D professionals using this model to provide a roadmap for managers to grow the business more effectively.
Learn a culture model which provides a framework for purpose, leadership, continuous improvement, and business process clarity
Introduce behaviors of leaders who Lead with Respect
Discuss approaches for maximizing the wisdom of front-line workers
Hugh McGill - Hugh is Founder of Powerful-Results a company which supports culture change and leadership development. Hugh partners with front-line managers to maximize the potential of their teams. He started his career as a production line operator. Over the past 50 years, he has held senior leadership positions in the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Food and Paper industries, in Manufacturing, Human Resources, Change Management and Organizational Development. He has experienced many cultures and learned from the cultures which have given people real purpose for going to work, personal growth and organizational success. His focus today is supporting businesses which recognize the essential aspect of maximizing the human potential. Hugh has taught in Leadership Graduate Degree programs at Northeastern University and Cambridge College. He is a member of the Boston Facilitators Roundtable, Association of Talent Development and ACMP.
Developing Organizational Leaders