Building Your Co-op's Culture: The Supervisor's Role (715.1) -- February 13, 2020 @ AREA (beginning at 8:30 a.m.)
‘Culture eats strategy for breakfast,’ is a famous quote by the late business management guru Peter Drucker. All great organizations have great cultures, and great cultures are designed intentionally, not left to chance. Organizational culture is defined as a system of shared assumptions, values and beliefs which governs how people behave in organizations. This course addresses the steps supervisors can take to help build a culture where employees trust each other, hold themselves (and others) accountable, focus their efforts on the co-op’s goals and strive to continuously improve their processes.
Explain the tremendous impact culture has on organizational effectiveness
Describe your co-op’s culture and the purpose and values that the culture supports
Recognize the responsibility that supervisors have in supporting a positive culture
Adjust your leadership techniques to better align your team members with your co-op’s purpose and values
Anticipate changing member needs at your co-op and discuss how your co-op’s and your team’s cultures can help meet these needs
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