WORKSHOP 1

Culture Mapping: A Systematic Tool For Creating Great, Sustainable Company Culture (Back by Popular Demand)

 

Description:

Culture is too important to be left intangible and described by ambiguous words like “innovative,” “collaborative,” or “open.” This is where culture mapping comes in.  A culture map makes the intangible tangible by answering the questions:

What do we value?

How should we work together?

What makes people successful here?

Who should we hire?

What can guide us in decision making?

This workshop will walk you through a process to uncover the ways you can create a workplace that is empowering, inspiring, efficient, or effective as it could be.  It will immerse your team in the latest thinking and tools for diagnosing and visualizing organizational culture.

You will leave with a robust set of approaches for diagnosing the culture you have, co-creating the culture you want, and visualizing these ideas so the invisible can be made visible.   This workshop will help you get unstuck and into action to build the culture you want to work in.


In This Workshop, You Will:

  • Diagnose and visualize your company’s culture 
  • Build skills and organizational capacity in culture diagnosis
  • Create a lasting organizational change
  • Take home hands-on tools to apply immediately


Facilitator Bio:

nina-narelleNina Narelle brings over 15 years of experience in organizational design and systems thinking to inform her work leading organizational transformation. As a consultant with XPLANE, she helps groups dream big into their future state and emerge with stronger relationships and clear agreements for experimenting into the future. Her areas of specialization include: Organizational Change and Design Thinking, Social Equity and Diversity, Leadership Development and Coaching, Visual Thinking, and Fun and Joyfulness as an Accelerator for Challenging Work. She has worked with a wide range of organizations from Fortune 500 companies, nimble start-ups, foundations, and non-profit and government agencies.