How To Present An Organizational Culture Training Course
This Organizational Culture Training Course is an easy and fun course used in various training workshops, meetings, and activities. It is suited for groups of 12-15 people but can be applied to larger groups by forming smaller groups. It only needs about a day to present the content.
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You can use the content to introduce the key characteristics of organizational culture.
To illustrate, the main characteristics of organizational culture are:
- Member Identity.
- Group Emphasis.
- People Focus.
- Unit Integration.
- Risk Tolerance.
- Reward Criteria.
- Conflict Tolerance.
- Means-End Orientation.
- Open System Focus.
This organizational culture training begins by exploring how to identify different images of organizations, and the cultural web.
The course then examines the relationship between culture and organization. And, it then highlights a structural perspective of organizational culture.
Who Should Attend
This course will target the needs of line staff, team members, managers, and human resource professionals.
What Your Delegates Will Learn
At the end of this course, your delegates will:
- Understand the relationship between culture and the organization.
- Understand the key characteristics of organizational culture.
- Identify different images of organizations.
- Understand the cultural web.
- Appreciate structural perspectives.
- Understand the excellent organization.
These are the four key sections of this organizational culture training course.
1. Introduction to organizational culture
- Discuss the principles and characteristics of organizational culture.
- Examine the differences between organizational culture and organizational climate.
- Primary characteristics of the corporate culture.
2. Images of organizations
- Psychic prisons.
- Systems of politics.
- Tools of domination.
3. Organizational culture
- Outline the primary images that get used.
- Discuss why we need to consider corporate culture.
- Examine the “cultural web” and structural perspectives.
- Identify the different attributes of corporate culture.
4. How to compare organizational cultures
- Define what is organizational culture.
- Explore images of organizations.
- Discuss how to compare organizational cultures (e.g., the Ouchi framework and “the excellent organization”).
Organizational Culture Training Course Overview
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Why We Created This Organizational Culture Training Course
Organizational culture skills are a collection of essential organizational development skills needed in the workplace.
And organizational culture training is essential in the workplace.
- First, one of the most common pitfalls for learning and development professionals is that senior management doesn’t prioritize learning in the workplace. However, in a positive revelation, 62% of CEOs surveyed by LinkedIn prioritize learning in their organization in the US (LinkedIn Learning, 2021).
- Second, it cannot be easy to promote continuous improvements in terms of learning consistently, but lately, there has been a shift in learning cultures within companies. To illustrate, the World Economic Forum established that 94% of business leaders expect employees to pick up new skills on the job. Once you learn that business leaders embrace on-the-job learning, you naturally appreciate how developing organizational culture skills will be appropriate.
- Third, Gartner reveals that 70% of employees believe they don’t have the skills they need to succeed in their jobs. This is why it’s more important than ever for you to start promoting a learning culture and developing organizational culture skills in the workplace.