LEAD072 Building and Leading a Culture of Thriving in Your Organization


Course Description

Explore the concept of sustainability in organizations. In this course, you'll find that sustainability has become a key focus in corporate thinking, given the alarming implications of human, environmental, and economic strain and depletion.

In your fast-paced corporate environment, finding the time, clarity, or focus to refill your tank can be challenging, let alone re-reading the map. Join this course to lead a culture of thriving and regenerative growth.

Course Outline

In this course, you will:

  • Understand the difference between thriving and surviving in organizations
  • Explore the costs of non-thriving and the benefits of thriving organizations
  • Learn about sustainable practice leadership
  • Study cultural development and design
  • Examine the role of communication in organizational culture

Learner Outcomes

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:

  • Understand the theoretical principles of organizational culture and communication
  • Explore the principles and strategies of organizational cultural development
  • Discuss, design, and practice organizational thriving behaviors and leadership strategies
  • Identify energy drains, constraints, and barriers within your current workplace and environment
  • Tackle familiar organizational challenges and roadblocks using the tools of integrated focus and energy management
  • Explore the principles of a regenerative strategic framework and communication planning
  • Learn the tools for developing an integrated strategic focus for the human, financial, and environmental sustainability of an organization
  • Develop mnemonic strategies for sustaining focus and energy into the future


This course is suitable for middle and senior managers seeking innovative methods for tackling the challenge of human, financial, and environmental sustainability within their organizations. The facilitator follows an experiential and applied approach, giving participants the opportunity to confront relevant scenarios and develop practical action plans to take back to the workplace.
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