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Is Your Organizational Culture a 'Me' or a 'We' Culture?
Is it possible that the recession has accelerated a workplace revolution where leaders have to rethink their philosophies on creating communities of commitment, affiliation, and learning? Is it possible that with the multi-generational workforce we have hit the “Age of the Employee?”

Whether you agree or disagree, the following quotes are fundamental to the concepts presented in this webinar where the question being raised is about the underlying value of creating a “WE” versus “ME” culture:
“Any leadership practice that increases another’s sense of self-confidence, self-determination, and personal effectiveness makes that person more powerful and greatly enhances the possibility of success.” [Kouzes & Posner]
“Organizations need to cease seeing people as helpless reactors, to seeing them as active participants in shaping their reality, from reacting to the present, to creating the future.” [Senge]

Both present powerful insights into the reality that leadership and attitude are key factors that influence an organization’s performance and success.

The opportunity in today’s knowledge-based economy appears to be in the effective development of leadership practices that will not only attract people but demonstrate a commitment to helping them realize their personal goals and ambitions.

The overall objective in today’s webinar is to lead a discussion on the value of creating an organizational leadership culture of inclusivity, collaborative spirit and trustworthy partnering where the focus will be on building a “WE” versus “ME” culture. This concept fosters personal growth both emotionally and intellectually. It is a people centric focus and you will have the opportunity to reflect on practical tools and guidelines to help you define, shape and implement your own ideas.

You can choose to use all the suggestions or just a few. The intention is to encourage you to create your own interpretations and build a greater sense of ownership, affiliation, collaboration and co-partnering within your own organization’s culture.


05/03/2012 2:00 pm o'clock
05/03/2012 3:00 pm o'clock
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Who should participate:

Human Resources practitioners, business leaders.

What you will learn:

1. Discuss the value of creating an organizational leadership culture of inclusivity, collaborative spirit and trustworthy partnering where the focus will be on building a “WE” versus “ME” culture. 2. Reflect on practical tools and guidelines to help you define, shape and implement your own ideas about how to develop a “WE” versus “ME” culture. 3. Encourage you to create your own interpretations and build a greater sense of ownership, affiliation, collaboration and co-partnering within your own organization’s culture.

Recommended Resources:

Books by: Kouzes & Posner: Leadership Challenge as well as The Truth about Leadership. Senge: The Fifth Discipline
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