Organizational culture is unique for every organization. Culture, which includes the organization’s vision, values, norms, systems, symbols, language, assumptions, beliefs, and habits often defines and shapes behavior within an organization. The values and behaviors that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organization are primarily established by leaders and are adopted by employees.
During times of misfortune and adversity (downsizing, low productivity, high turn-over, harassment, etc.) employees turn to leaders for guidance and inspiration. Given this, leaders must be aware of their words and actions. If leaders model and demonstrate resilience and confidence when faced with adversity, employees are likely to do the same. On the other hand, if leaders model and demonstrate defeat and negativity, employees are likely to do the same as well. Your organization can gain a competitive advantage by hiring, retaining and training leaders who are committed to creating a culture of resilience.
A culture of resilience will enable your organization to maintain itself and sustain a high level of performance during challenging and difficult times.
What We Do:
- Conduct Real-time Resilience Assessments (RTRA)
- Provide Strategic Vision to Senior Leaders to help Navigate through Adverse Conditions
- Provide training that empowers Leaders to Foster a Culture of Organizational Resilience
- Develop a Customized Resilience Curriculum to be incorporated into Leadership Training Courses
- Provide resilience coaching to leaders at all levels
Creating a culture of organizational resilience is vital to organizational success. Organizational success is a by-product of organizational resilience. Unfortunately, adversity in the workplace is unavoidable, but emerging from it stronger, better and wiser is doable.
Training leaders to be resilient can prove to be extremely beneficial to the organization. “Resilient people find solutions in problems. In contrast, troubled people find problems in every solution,” Dr. Dwayne Buckingham said. Resilient leaders feel good about themselves and their work and strive to instill passion and confidence in those they lead.
Contact us today and to discuss how we can help your leaders and organization successfully navigate through adverse conditions.