From Google & Zappos to Slack, all the leading edge companies today seem to focus enormous resources and energy towards creating “great cultures”. But what does that mean? How do they do it? Who defines what it will be? And how do they leverage a great culture into high performance? In this workshop, we’ll use these questions to explore how you can start creating a great culture at your company, what to think about, and what pitfalls to avoid. You’ll walk away with a clear idea of what steps to take for your own roadmap to building an epic company culture. This will be part presentation by the facilitator, and part interactive, with lots of room to participate and learn from others in the room.
Who this is for: Audacious founders, C-suite folks & executives who are committed to creating a healthy, vibrant culture at their company, because they understand this is the key to high-performing businesses. They’ve taken responsibility for “setting the tone” when it comes to culture and they want to be highly involved in shaping it. What will the workshop cover? * What is culture and why does it matter to the success of your company? * What makes for epic cultures at iconic companies? * Why culture is a matter for the leadership team of the company, not to hand-off to HR. * Where and how does your company’s culture get created? (Hint: It comes from values.) * How and why culture must inform & infuse everything else your company does.
About the facilitator: Sylvana Rochet is a Holistic Intelligence Advisor. She helps founders and execs manage their internal psychology effectively, so they can lead from a place of confidence, clarity and grounded-ness. She also consults with organizations to guide them in creating epic cultures that lead to high performance. Sylvana is the founder of The Insightful Executive and is a partner at Evolution, a coaching and consulting firm that leads deep, sustainable development across all dimensions of business.
Cosponsored by Santa Cruz Works and NextSpace. Space is limited and registration is required.