Designed for keynotes, conferences, and events geared toward CEOs, business owners, and executives.
Mediocre or poor-performing employees cost companies billions of dollars each year. Poor performance is usually attributed to an employee’s personality, motivation, and/or skill set. However, within the field of psychology, we’ve learned that context is a better predictor and controller of behavior than individual attributes. Inside an organization, this “context” is what we also refer to as “company culture.” Culture trumps everything, and it must be nourished to flourish.
Learning how to improve company culture is very much like tending to a garden and helping it bloom, versus leaving it unattended or letting pesky intruders ruin it. This is also the difference between working in a business and working on it. Join Dr. Gustavo to work on your business with this experiential presentation or workshop on how to improve your company culture. By the end of the session, your audience will walk out with the inspiration and actionable steps needed to develop a team of goal-oriented, performance-driven, collaborative employees.
By the end of this presentation, your audience will leave energized and armed with a specific culture action plan that they can reference every day. The plan will outline what steps are required, strategically and tactically, to implement their "culture factors" for organizational success, as well as individual measures to maximize employee performance.
An insightful, inspiring presentation focused on introducing the topic and encouraging action so your audience can achieve their goal or roll out a new initiative.
Typical timeframe: 60-90 minutes
Our most popular format: a highly interactive working session that shares the same information in the keynote presentation, then facilitates the development of an actionable strategic plan with specific steps to begin applying what your audience has learned. Includes a digital workbook to guide implementation.
Typical timeframe: 2.5-3 hours
Includes all of the information and exercises of the half-day sessions and the creation of detailed strategic plans (including timeframes, objectives, and accountabilities) for transforming new information into long-term action and results, as well as a 90-day accountability check-in with leaders and participants to discuss progress and resolve stumbling blocks.
Typical timeframe: 6 hours (3 hours before lunch + 3 hours after lunch) + post-workshop follow up