Crafting a Strategic Vision and Values-Based Culture to Achieve Your Organization’s Long-Term Objectives | Sessions

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Crafting a Strategic Vision and Values-Based Culture to Achieve Your Organization’s Long-Term Objectives
In-Person and Virtual Friday 09/10/2021 07:30 AM - 08:30 AM   Add to calendar
Track: Strategic HR

Competencies: Interpersonal (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral), People (Technical)
Workplace Application:
Attendees will learn the importance of tying an individual employee’s achievement to that of their department, the organization and ultimately the community or global impact that the business is creating. 

Goals can be SMART; your vision must be FLY. The executive team and organizational leaders must help employees see and feel how their work connects to the bigger picture. By doing so, you are also helping to build the capability you need today to achieve the transformation you want tomorrow. An empowering strategic plan drives the organization to achieve its long-term objectives while guiding what each person needs to focus on every day. That's the easy part. Building a plan that is a) relevant and compelling to drive profitable growth, b) sustainable where you consistently execute as one team instead of in silos and c) replicable so you can scale more quickly to outperform the competition? That’s the hard part—and why you need to attend this session.

Learning Objectives:

  • Establish Your Four Cornerstones in your marketplace, for your customers, within your organization and with your people so you have clarity on what's Really Most Important™ to your organizational culture and business strategy.
  • Define your strategic pillars and deliverables to use as building blocks for your strategic path, milestones and key performance indicators.
  • Clearly define a Fascinating, Lucid and Yearned-for (FLY) vision, followed by the goals and projects that lead to it, as well as ways to communicate that vision throughout the organization.
  • Develop strategic discipline and hardwire your strategy into the fabric of the organization where it reaches every employee every day in how they achieve results—not just how they get things done.
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Joe Urbanski, Chief Operations Officer,
Total Solutions Group
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Jack Gottlieb, Founder and Chief Executive Officer,
Total Solutions Group