Culture is largely recognized as an important factor in an organization’s success. However, few leaders have an in-depth understanding of what it is and how it works, let alone intentionally investing in building a high-performance culture. Additionally, in today’s environment, it is important to meaningfully connect you, and your organization’s high performing culture with the larger ecosystem in which you operate. The intent of this interactive webinar is to critically review and discuss organizational culture in a manner designed to support taking learnings back to your own organization to further your success.
Key themes to explore:
- How do I define and recognize a “culture of high-performance”? What are the measures, actions and results of a culture of high-performance?
- What does this look like within my organization, particularly in light of new norms as a result of the current environment?
- As a leader, how do I translate this to working with other organizations and stakeholders to develop a culture of high-performance, action, and results-orientation.
- What is my role in the larger ecosystem as a leader among leaders?
- Describe a working definition of organizational culture.
- Describe specifically what organizational high-performance culture is and why it is important.
- Identify strategies a leader can use in developing a high-performance culture, particularly as the work environment moves to a more virtual setting.
- Understand and explain why it is important to extend your organization’s high-performance culture into the health ecosystem.
Dr. Jay Roundy, MA, DPA (Chief Operating Officer of P2 Performance Plus) is a counseling psychologist and organizational behaviorist by training, a servant leader by nature, and a performance coach by choice. Jay is a transformational performance expert with extensive senior level leadership, management, coaching, consulting and training experience with individuals, teams, and organizations. He has a unique ability to apply results-producing performance improvement strategies and demonstrated ability to lead others to achieve transformational performance in the midst of a demanding, complex, and constantly changing environment by inspiring a common purpose, vision, strategy, and execution.