Organisational culture change management - learn how to change a culture in your organisation.
Culture change is one of the biggest challenges any business will ever face!
Getting culture right can revolutionise a business, increase creativity and profitability!
Good Culture / Bad Culture
A good business culture can lift your business to the top of its sector.
A bad business culture can put a business on the scrap heap!
But how do you create a good culture?
How do you remedy a bad culture?
How do you measure a culture?
In this course you will learn how identify culture change opportunities
You will learn how to tie them to higher business objectives.
And you will also learn how to implement that culture change.
The ProPeC Method
What method will we be teaching?
This course is a collaboration between Mark Timberlake and Stephen Mather.
Stephen has developed the ProPeC system of business improvement after spending many years in the business improvement sector.
It is a revolutionary, yet simple system, that will give you business improvements fast.
It is this system that we will use to help you improve your business culture.
Who Is This Course For?
If you answer yes to any of the following questions, then this course is for you.
Implementing and adopting positive culture change in any organisation is often a massive challenge if you don't have the right skills and tools to initiate that change, in this course we will help you gain those skills and show you tools that will help you manage culture change.
You will learn why culture management is an important part of creating successful organisational structure and integrity.
Culture change without a clear objective aligned to high level business goals, is extremely difficult to implement, so we help you to identify the reasons why you need culture change and how to match them to business objectives.
You will also learn how to identify and measure the health of a culture in an organisation by using current state analysis techniques and tools.
We will also show you how to define and create goals that can be implemented within the culture change process.
By learning how to identify key actions and plans, you will be able to create an action plan that helps ensure your culture change project gets carried out.
Planning is fine in and of itself, but in this course we will also guide you through the implementation stage and show you how to manage the change process as it is being rolled out within your organisation.
We will also show you how to implement a review process so that you can make sure your changes are achieved in the short term and maintained in the long term.
Take The Course:
Join Mark Timberlake and Stephen Mather on the other side and learn how to manage a culture change process in an organisation, both at the theoretical level and with a simple example based project walkthrough.
Mark runs a marketing company called SME Heroes, which specializes in training on all things to do with online course creation, online marketing and his personal passion of photography.
He has extensive experience with online business in various forms over the last 15 years and loves to share his hard won lessons and techniques for online business success.
In addition he also has over 12 years experience in online retail and over 6 years experience as a commercial photographer.
This means he has a deep breadth of experience which comes through in his courses which are always designed to be easy to understand and to pass on the skills he has learned in a practical way.
As a qualified Coach and Trainer Stephen has worked with businesses to help them improve what they do and how they do it.
He has spent 14 years within manufacturing, first as the Group Training and Development Manager for a major UK food manufacturer and over the last 6 years as business owner and Director of ProPeC® a consultancy that specialises in helping businesses improve their processes, develop their people and generate a culture that supports the right behaviour.
He contributes to operational excellence programmes through managing projects, carrying out current state analyses, delivering training and educational programmes and coaching of different types.