LEAD072 Building and Leading a Culture of Thriving in Your Organization


Course Description

The course begins with an exploration of the concept of sustainability in organizations. Sustainability has moved to the forefront of corporate thinking as the implications of human, environmental, and economic strain and depletion become frighteningly apparent. In an increasingly fast-paced, constantly changing corporate landscape, it can be difficult to find the time, the clarity, or the focus to refill the tank let alone re-read the map. Organizations can waste a great deal of time, energy, and resources solving the wrong problems or putting out fires, resulting in a culture of coping as opposed to a culture of thriving and regenerative growth.

Course Outline

Thriving vs. Surviving The costs of non-thriving and benefits of thriving organizations Sustainable Practice Leadership Cultural Development and Design Communication and Culture

Learner Outcomes

Understand the theoretical principles of organizational culture and communication Explore the principles and strategies of organizational cultural development Discuss, design and practice organizational thriving behaviours and leadership strategies Identify energy drains, constraints and barriers within 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 You may also be interested in...


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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