Creating a Culture That Means Business
How senior HR leaders at Ramsay Healthcare and Woolworths are navigating the constantly changing workplace and embracing what culture could look like beyond the flattened curve
Culture is the heartbeat of an organisation and directly translates to how customers interact with us.
High performing organisations are driven by strong cultures. According to Mckinsey, organisations with higher-performing cultures create a 3x return for shareholders. But even those high performing cultures have been tested in the past few months where there is no ‘best’ practice and ‘no normal’.
Leaders across the board have been challenged to create and build a crisis resistant organisation culture that is ready for the future. Forward-looking businesses stand on the verge of an organisational coup: realising the future of work that has for so long only existed in board room discussions and whitepapers.
Join us for this free Q&A webinar to hear Colleen Harris, Group Chief People Officer, Ramsay Healthcare and Jane Ogg, General Manager, Performance & Reward, Woolworths share how their organisations have responded to COVID, key lessons learnt and how they plan to implement those learnings to reinforce their culture.
- Tips on how to activate culture and make it ubiquitous rather than a one-time event
- How HR are responding to the various forces on corporate culture – are they in the driver’s seat? Or forced to react to Board, CEO or external pressures?
- What organisations need to do to reinforce positive behaviours'
- The role of employee recognition in building culture continuity