Eight Culture Workshops for Immediate Improvement

September 22, 2021 Maddie Grant

Are any of these issues top of mind for you?  A PROPEL culture workshop might be what you need – for immediate improvement and impact.

  1. Figuring out your hybrid workplace – how and when people will be in the office vs remote, but specifically to keep everyone happy and not lose people…
  2. Dealing with conflict issues – between departments, between managers and their direct reports, between the CEO and someone else…
  3. Assessing your culture to identify what’s changed since before the pandemic, especially if you lost (or gained) staff…
  4. Creating a culture deck and/or other artifact(s) that articulate your great culture, so you can get everyone on the same page internally or attract new talent externally…
  5. Cascading your strategic plan down to the departments and people who ultimately do the work you want the organization to achieve this year…
  6. Facilitating a culture conversation with your management team, so you can remove any performance roadblocks…
  7. Getting more collaboration and inclusivity in your team(s), for improved communication and output…
  8. Improving your decision making processes and structures, to enable faster action…
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Any of these resonate?  Check out these popular workshops or contact us for a custom facilitation.

Maddie Grant

Maddie Grant, CAE, is an expert culture designer and digital strategist who focuses on helping organizations unlock the power in their culture and navigate culture change. She has specific expertise in digital transformation and generational differences in the workplace. She has explored the language of workplace culture for several years through her books, co-authored with her partner in business and life Jamie Notter, including Humanize: How People-Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World (2011), the Amazon category best-seller When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business (2015) and the Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement (2019).
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