»Culture eats strategy for breakfast«- Peter Drucker
The culture of an organization gives a guiding light to all its members against which all business strategy pales in comparison. An effective corporate culture is one that knows and clearly communicates its values and what it ...
... means to be an employee at this company. Good leaders thus understand that culture provides an indirect, but very powerful, form of leadership and it is their job to not only understand, but also to consciously shape it.
Against this background, the internationally renowned organizational psychologist, Prof. Niels Van Quaquebeke, takes participants of this leadership seminar on a deep dive into the psychology of organizations. He starts by illustrating how a corporate culture can be analyzed and highlights the various effects it implicitly and explicitly has within an organization. Subsequent seminar parts cover how to succesfully transform corporate cultures and the concrete leadership steps it entails.
The one constant? Change!
How companies deal with change, how they communicate the process, and how they stay dynamically adaptive are paramount to staying competitive. This online seminar explains why leaders on the ground are the key actors in all of these processes, and how – by way of corporate culture - they can lead their organizations through an ever more volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) business environment.
An exciting learning journey awaits you
Becoming a better leader requires continuous learning and awareness of the many ways in which you can lead. It is in their orchestration that your leadership can realize its full potential. The various tools and reflections in this seminar will help participants not only to understand organizational culture, but also to consciously shape it.
Follow up with parts 1 and 2, »Psychology of Leadership: Individuals« and »Psychology of Leadership: Teams«.