Values. They’re the driving force behind personal action and a beacon of focus during turbulent times. Successful organizations recognize the business case for value clarity, and they know that connecting personal values to organizational strategy is the vital link to employee engagement, innovation, commitment, performance, decision making—and a competitive advantage.
Join subject matter expert Dr. Cynthia Scott for an exploration of personal, team, and organizational values. During this hour-long webinar, you will be introduced to a proven model that facilitates values discovery and see its application through a real-world global alignment case study. You will learn about the role values play in shaping individual behavior, why values clarification is critical to success, and how they can be linked to enhance organizational performance.
What You Will Learn
- How values are formed and shaped
- Why values matter in the workplace
- How to balance personal and work values
- The role values play in motivating positive behavior
- Business benefits of values clarification
- How to handle values-based conflict
- The importance of linking personal and organizational values
Who Should Attend
- Front-line leaders
- Human resources professionals
- Organizational coaches
About the Presenter
A founding principal of Changeworks Global, Dr. Cynthia Scott is a recognized leader with over 20 years of experience in the fields of strategic planning for human capital management, managing continual organizational change, and visionary leadership. She is the author of numerous books, including Rekindling Commitment and Take This Work and Love It!, and her work has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, the Stanford Business School Newsletter, and Worthwhile Magazine. Dr. Scott’s clients include Blue Shield of California, Benjamin Moore, Charles Schwab, Kaiser Permanente, AT&T, Internal Revenue Service, Deloitte & Touché, Estee Lauder, and National Semiconductor, just to name a few.
Aired on July 18 2012
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