Corporate Culture

Corporate Culture

Course Code : B003

Workshop : Training

Duration : 2 days Training Course

COURSE OUTLINE

This course describes the concepts of diversity and cultural diversity, and the VALUE DIVERSITY scale; it focuses on quiz questions and exercises that will help you formulate your own understanding of these concepts. At the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Understanding types of corporate culture
  • Power as a source of influence
  • New organizational cultures
  • The link to steps of competence for individuals, teams and businesses
  • Coaching cultures
  • The gentle art of feedback within coaching
  • Corporate culture and the cultural web
  • Cultural context
  • Focusing on your outcome and developing your vision
  • Creating values (e.g. honesty, integrity, openness etc.)
  • Beliefs of leadership excellence – what do these mean to you?
  • Defining and Introducing Diversity and Culture Diversity
  • The interaction of Corporate Culture with Diversity
  • Diversity in the Workplace

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

The objectives of this course are:

  • To introduce all employees, managers and senior officials to the most advanced and innovative approach to diversity in the workplace.
  • To promote buy-in from all parts of the workforce and avoid backlash from misunderstandings about diversity.
  • To promote the enhancement of valuable human resources and increased competitive advantage through the adoption of our innovative approach to diversity

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is valuable to all the professionals including employees, managers and other officials closely associated with any corporate culture or society.

COURSE CONTENTS

  1. Description of the concept of corporate culture.
  2. Focuses on the integration of corporate culture and diversity.
  3. An Emphasis on the areas of corporate culture that are most prevalent in society today.
  4. The implications of globalization on corporate culture and society.
  5. Description of the different types of diversity in the workplace.
  6. Specific types of learners.
  7. Historical and operational perspectives of planning in modern organizations.
  8. Focus on the development of planning, implementation, and leadership skills needed to direct strategic decision-making within educational settings.