Too often corporate values are platitudes that hang on the wall; nice sounding, but hardly helpful. If companies are serious about using culture as a business tool, values need to be sharp, differentiated, and actionable.
In this 2-hour workshop, author and founder of CULTURE LABx, Josh Levine, will guide you through the process of designing compelling values for your team and organization. After you have your values sorted, Josh will help you evaluate the effectiveness of your recognition programs and identify how to begin improving them to support your companies values.
This workshop is great for founders, team leaders, employee experience managers and anyone interested in improving their company’s culture.
PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN
- Why values are the most important tool in designing company culture
- What the five key attributes are of successful values
- How to uncover your company's values
TICKET PRICE INCLUDES
- A signed copy of Josh Levine's new book, "Great Mondays: How to Design a Company Culture Employees Love."
- Entrance to the workshop with Josh Levine
- Light refreshments
Registration on Eventbrite is required! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop-how-to-redesign-your-organizations-values-with-clx-founder-josh-levine-tickets-55777959378
Early bird registration closes Sunday, February 17th. Walk-ins welcome.
CLx-Denver Members: Use the code CLxDEN15 to receive $15 off your registration!
Josh Levine is an educator, designer, and best-selling author, but above all, he is on a mission to help organizations design a culture advantage. For more than 15 years Josh has helped build culture-driven brands and as Principal of Great Mondays continues his work with technology and social enterprise organizations. He is best known for helping found the non-profit Culture LabX, and as its executive director has overseen its grow into an international community.
Josh is sought after for his inspiring and educational keynotes, that not only reveal new insights, but inspire new action. His highly entertaining and accessible writing has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, Fast Company, and the Design Management Journal.