Ep 219 – Boosting Team Culture for Business Performance
How is your business culture? Is it better than usual? Perhaps a little fatigued?
I’ve been asked quite a bit lately about culture and the role it plays in recruitment and retention, as well as in business performance. After all, culture plays such a crucial role in all of those aspects.
After hearing this feedback, I’m pleased to say you can look forward to another of our wonderful webinars. This time, our upcoming March Webinar is about Boosting Team Culture for Business Performance.
This webinar is all about giving you guidance and insight on how to create a super vibrant, self-sustaining culture you want your business to have.
And even if you think your culture is going strong, there’s always room for some questioning and thinking about what it’s going to take to keep it as shiny and bright in the long term.
It’s about figuring out what it’s going to take for you to be that business that has a renowned, vibrant culture that attracts people, and sustains those that are already part of it.
In this PPMP episode, I’ll walk you through what you can expect from our Boosting Team Culture for Business Performance Webinar. More specifically, the role culture has in recruitment and retention.
The webinar will cover:
- Management elements and what it takes to boost culture – how to have a strategic approach.
- Leading by example and using the tools in your leadership toolbox to reset and refresh your team culture.
- Reviewing how you’re executing and setting up your operations to smoothly move through any roadblocks.
- Amplifying yourself and your skill set to boost culture and team performance – personal sustainability.
- And much more!
If you’re still not sure whether this webinar is for you, ask yourself:
What do I already know that I might need to change with regard to culture?
What do I wish I was doing more of?
What role am I playing in creating and growing my organisation’s culture?
Come along and join us at the webinar no matter where you are in your journey with your team’s culture. There is always room to grow and improve.