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The power of strategic alignment: Leverage your values to clarify priorities and drive engagement

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The power of strategic alignment: Leverage your values to clarify priorities and drive engagement
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April 30, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
If you have a mission, vision, or list of values on the wall that are not being utilized, then you are missing a huge opportunity to gain strategic alignement for your organization. This is an opportunity to make them relevant and actionable and not about creating pretty posters that people ignore.

Your Leading Principles (Mission, Vision, Values, Purpose and Brand) provide a powerful message to align your organization. This webinar will reveal a comprehensive alignment model that defines the intent of your Leading Principles making them easy to understand and utilize.
The Culturology Strategic Alignment model will guide you in the challenging effort to articulate the essence and meaning behind your Leading Principles so that you establish clear guideposts for decision-making and serve as a powerful engagement factor for your culture. Each of the components work together in synergy by answering the essential questions related to your organization (Who, What, When, Where, Why and How).
A strategic alignment effort will establish a foundation with your senior team by identifying what is truly valued in the organization. The process leads to higher level of trust, and open communication that comes from shared ownership of the outcome. It is vital for any successful organization to clarify expectations with team members at all levels and reduce anxiety over shifting priorities. The team will respond with a higher level of ownership and empowerment to solve problems and reveal opportunities. Strategic alignment is a competitive advantage and especially vital in a change saturated environment.
Join this webinar to build a specific plan to communicate and integrate strategic alignment into your organization. The team will gain the confidence to act on clear responsibilities and deliverables.
Who Should Participate
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1. Leverage a comprehensive alignment model that defines the intent of your leading principles making them easy to understand and utilize. 2. Establish a foundation with your senior team by identifying what is truly valued in the organization. The process leads to higher level of trust, and open communication that comes from shared ownership of the outcome. 3. Clarify expectations with team members at all levels and reduce anxiety over shifting priorities. The team will respond with a higher level of ownership and empowerment to solve problems and reveal opportunities.
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Culturology is a special kind of consulting firm. That’s because we’re positively obsessed with achieving one enormously important goal for our clients: building engaged, productive, and collaborative workplace cultures.
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