Australia – Building High Performing, Engaged Workplace Culture Sept. 24 – 26

CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION TOOLS (CTT)

Practitioner Training

This course is designed to serve organisations who wish to build a high performing, value-driven corporate culture for their people. Lifting performance to the highest levels at work, to have a greater fulfilment in their lives, and to make a contribution to the wider community.

If you wish to become a change agent to aid human consciousness evolution, this is an essential training for you. It is designed for consultants, change agents and human resource professionals who want to become highly skilled and confident in leveraging the Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT), from the Barrett Values Centre, for leadership development and organisational transformation.

Perhaps you have attended CTT training before? If so, you may wish to re-attend this new training as a refresher. The new training materials and methodologies are redesigned to be more effective in supporting you as a successful CTT practitioner with your client work.

This is the best CTT certification training to start using CTT in a practical way, either as an internal change agent or as an external consultant. It is designed to give you a deep understanding of the CTT Models and Tools, as well as practical experience on how to apply CTT in your cultural transformation process. The course also provides an opportunity for your own personal transformation experience.

It contains material from both CTT Part 1 and CTT Part 2 and has much more personal and hands-on experience of how to interpret values assessments results, how to deliver leadership assessments feedback, how to select and present a number of dialogue tools from the Get Connected workbook, and more.

Your trainer Joanna Barclay is a highly effective organisational development practitioner with over 30 years of diverse experience from around the world. She will guide your learning with a wealth of practitioner knowledge, client case stories, and best practice studies.

Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be certified to use a powerful suite of values-based diagnostic tools with full access to all CTT products and online consulting materials.

Additional Description

This training is conducted over 4 days:

  • Day 1 focuses on Personal Consciousness: we introduce the concept of cultural transformation and look into the 7 Levels of Consciousness model and the Individual Values Assessment.
  • Day 2 is devoted to Transforming Organizations, covering the Cultural Values Assessments, Merger & Acquisition Compatibility Assessments, and the use of demographics within organisations.
  • Day 3 focuses on Leadership, through leadership development incorporating Richard Barrett’s 7 Levels of Leadership Consciousness, the Leadership Values Assessments tools and a live coaching demonstration. We’ll also cover the design of leadership workshops.
  • Day 4 is devoted to Direction & Action: it covers the creation of vision and mission statements (the direction) and, finally, we put everything together into a comprehensive and practical blend creating business transformation (the concept of whole systems change).

Upon completion of the course, you will receive one of the following:

  • One free Small Group Values Assessment, or Small Leadership Team Values Assessment,  plus Individual Values Assessments for each person (Value $1800 USD, for up to 20 people)
  • One free Leadership Development Report (Value $250 USD) to use with a client
  • One free Individual Values Assessment Report (Value $200 USD) to use with a colleague or client

Joanna and CLG may be engaged to guide your next steps, mentor your practice, or support you in delivering complex CTT initiatives.

Price: $3,600 USD

 Registration: https://valuescentre.com/register/11637/joanna-barclay/2018-09-24/ctt-practitioner

 Course DateSeptember 24 – 26, 2018

Location: Level 1, 535 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3188, Australia,

 

Ottawa – Creating people-centered organizations that bring humanity, meaning, and purpose into the workplace – September 4-7, 2018

CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION TOOLS (CTT)

Practitioner Training

This course is designed to serve organisations who wish to build a high performing, value-driven corporate culture for their people. Lifting performance to the highest levels at work, to have a greater fulfilment in their lives, and to make a contribution to the wider community.

If you wish to become a change agent to aid human consciousness evolution, this is an essential training for you. It is designed for consultants, change agents and human resource professionals who want to become highly skilled and confident in leveraging the Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT), from the Barrett Values Centre, for leadership development and organisational transformation.

Perhaps you have attended CTT training before? If so, you may wish to re-attend this new training as a refresher. The new training materials and methodologies are redesigned to be more effective in supporting you as a successful CTT practitioner with your client work.

This is the best CTT certification training to start using CTT in a practical way, either as an internal change agent or as an external consultant. It is designed to give you a deep understanding of the CTT Models and Tools, as well as practical experience on how to apply CTT in your cultural transformation process. The course also provides an opportunity for your own personal transformation experience.

It contains material from both CTT Part 1 and CTT Part 2 and has much more personal and hands-on experience of how to interpret values assessments results, how to deliver leadership assessments feedback, how to select and present a number of dialogue tools from the Get Connected workbook, and more.

Your trainer Joanna Barclay is a highly effective organisational development practitioner with over 30 years of diverse experience from around the world. She will guide your learning with a wealth of practitioner knowledge, client case stories, and best practice studies.

Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be certified to use a powerful suite of values-based diagnostic tools with full access to all CTT products and online consulting materials.

Additional Description

This training is conducted over 4 days  – 8 hours in length:

  • Day 1 focuses on Personal Consciousness: we introduce the concept of cultural transformation and look into the 7 Levels of Consciousness model and the Individual Values Assessment.
  • Day 2 is devoted to Transforming Organizations, covering the Cultural Values Assessments, Merger & Acquisition Compatibility Assessments, and the use of demographics within organisations.
  • Day 3 focuses on Leadership, through leadership development incorporating Richard Barrett’s 7 Levels of Leadership Consciousness, the Leadership Values Assessments tools and a live coaching demonstration. We’ll also cover the design of leadership workshops.
  • Day 4 is devoted to Direction & Action: it covers the creation of vision and mission statements (the direction) and, finally, we put everything together into a comprehensive and practical blend creating business transformation (the concept of whole systems change).

Upon completion of the course, you will receive one of the following:

  • One free Small Values Assessment plus Individual Values Assessments for each person (Value $1800 USD, for up to 20 people)
  • One free Leadership Development Report (Value $250 USD) to use with a client
  • One free Individual Values Assessment Report (Value $200 USD) to use with a colleague or client

Joanna and CLG may be engaged to guide your next steps, mentor your practice, or support you in delivering complex CTT initiatives.

Price: $3,600 USD –  25% reduction for CTT Part 1 Certified Consultants

 Registration: https://valuescentre.com/register/11463/joanna-barclay/2018-09-04/ctt-practitioner

 Course Date: September, 4-7, 2018

Location: Ottawa, Canada

 

Finland – How to Build a High Performing Workplace Culture – August 22 – 23, 2018

CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION TOOLS (CTT)

Part 1 Foundation Training

This training programme will change the way you design and facilitate change programmes. The training is set up to increase personal and organizational consciousness, enhancing awareness around drivers for change and values, linking performance to organizational culture.

Our goal: Your confidence in using the Barrett model & Cultural Transformation Tools in your organization or with your clients.

This is an accreditation course to become a Certified Practitioner of the Barrett Values Centre Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT)

The 2-day CTT Part 1 – Foundation Certification program consists of: 

  • The 7 Levels of Consciousness Model and the role of conscious business and conscious leadership,
  • Detailed understanding of how to use the Cultural Transformation Tools® to assess an organization, and to map, measure and manage the current and desired workplace culture
  • How to interpret and present the results of the Values Assessments to leadership teams and focus groups
  • Cultural Transformation Tools: indices and plot reading of:
    • Individual Values Assessments
    • Cultural Values Assessments
    • Leadership Values Assessments
    • Business Needs Scorecard
  • Business cases,
  • Whole-system change roadmap,
  • Highlighting cultural transformation and leadership development
  • Rights to use Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT Accreditation)
  • Introduction to and affiliation with the Barrett Values Centre and global values network

This course introduces tools, processes, and metrics to enable leaders and managers to understand what is driving employees to either be high performing, or want to leave the organization.  With concrete data and new insights, leaders and managers are able to link organizational performance to workplace culture.

The assessment process engages the workforce, creating a culture of inclusion in the change process. With new awareness and information, leadership teams can develop new strategies for employee engagement to fuel higher performance.

To support your learning journey, we will:

  • Deepen your knowledge of the model and tools,
  • Work with real life business cases,
  • Learn through group interaction,
  • Support you when doing your first assessments(s) after the training and/or when you’d have any questions,
  • Share our expertise, materials, models and designs.

 Upon completion of the course, you will receive:

  • One free Individual Values Assessment Report (Value $200 US) to use with a colleague or client,
  • Access to MyCTT, a rich library of promotional & learning materials, and global contacts.

Dates: August 22 & 23, 2018, Helsinki, Finland

Program Cost: $1,550 Euro   Delivered: Virtually or In-house

To register:

https://valuescentre.com/register/11615/joanna-barclay/2018-08-22/ctt-part-1-–-foundation 

Singapore – Creating people-centered organizations that bring humanity, meaning, and purpose into the workplace July 31 – August , 2018

CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION TOOLS (CTT)

Practitioner Training

This course is designed to serve organisations who wish to build a high performing, value-driven corporate culture for their people. Lifting performance to the highest levels at work, to have a greater fulfilment in their lives, and to make a contribution to the wider community.

If you wish to become a change agent to aid human consciousness evolution, this is an essential training for you. It is designed for consultants, change agents and human resource professionals who want to become highly skilled and confident in leveraging the Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT), from the Barrett Values Centre, for leadership development and organisational transformation.

Perhaps you have attended CTT training before? If so, you may wish to re-attend this new training as a refresher. The new training materials and methodologies are redesigned to be more effective in supporting you as a successful CTT practitioner with your client work.

This is the best CTT certification training to start using CTT in a practical way, either as an internal change agent or as an external consultant. It is designed to give you a deep understanding of the CTT Models and Tools, as well as practical experience on how to apply CTT in your cultural transformation process. The course also provides an opportunity for your own personal transformation experience.

It contains material from both CTT Part 1 and CTT Part 2 and has much more personal and hands-on experience of how to interpret values assessments results, how to deliver leadership assessments feedback, how to select and present a number of dialogue tools from the Get Connected workbook, and more.

Your trainer Joanna Barclay is a highly effective organisational development practitioner with over 30 years of diverse experience from around the world. She will guide your learning with a wealth of practitioner knowledge, client case stories, and best practice studies.

Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be certified to use a powerful suite of values-based diagnostic tools with full access to all CTT products and online consulting materials.

Additional Description

This training is conducted over 4 days  – 8 hours in length:

  • Day 1 focuses on Personal Consciousness: we introduce the concept of cultural transformation and look into the 7 Levels of Consciousness model and the Individual Values Assessment.
  • Day 2 is devoted to Transforming Organizations, covering the Cultural Values Assessments, Merger & Acquisition Compatibility Assessments, and the use of demographics within organisations.
  • Day 3 focuses on Leadership, through leadership development incorporating Richard Barrett’s 7 Levels of Leadership Consciousness, the Leadership Values Assessments tools and a live coaching demonstration. We’ll also cover the design of leadership workshops.
  • Day 4 is devoted to Direction & Action: it covers the creation of vision and mission statements (the direction) and, finally, we put everything together into a comprehensive and practical blend creating business transformation (the concept of whole systems change).

Upon completion of the course, you will receive one of the following:

  • One free Small Values Assessment plus Individual Values Assessments for each person (Value $1800 USD, for up to 20 people)
  • One free Leadership Development Report (Value $250 USD) to use with a client
  • One free Individual Values Assessment Report (Value $200 USD) to use with a colleague or client

Joanna and CLG may be engaged to guide your next steps, mentor your practice, or support you in delivering complex CTT initiatives.

Click to get more information on CTT Practitioner Training 2018

Price: $3,600 USD –  25% reduction  for CTT Part 1 Certified Consultants

 Registration: https://valuescentre.com/register/10995/joanna-barclay/2018-07-31/ctt-practitioner 

 Course Date: July 31 – August 3, 2018, Singapore

Location:  TBD, Singapore

WEBINAR: Creating people-centered organizations that bring humanity, meaning, and purpose into the workplace

Does your organization need to transform its workplace culture?

In this webinar you will learn the ABC’s of cultural transformation, a blueprint for cultural change,  and find out HOW to engage the intellect and emotions, the head and the heart, to build a high performing workplace.

“Everything [in our strategy] our competitors could copy tomorrow. But they can’t copy the culture—and they know it.”   Herb Kelleher, cofounder and executive chairman of Southwest Airlines (1971 – 2007) who led Southwest to the top of the domestic U.S. airline industry.

Research shows that the highest performing organizations in the world invest in their organizational culture. Companies that are consciously creating  a strong corporate culture in a consistent and systematic manner over a period  15 years outperformed companies by 1649%. These companies gave 26% of their time and attention to culture, more than any other category. According to a 2013 study by Economics Intelligence Unit, 72% of strategy leaders recognize culture as a priority and one their top 4 strategic initiatives.

Do you have the right culture, systems and processes to support your strategic goals?

Results from a recent study in Singapore with 200 companies revealed 9 out of 10 strategic initiatives failed because leaders didn’t focus on changing people’s behaviours and how they worked together.

According to Gallup Research, in Europe the current level of employee engagement is between 13 – 18%.  With a one million Euro HR budget, that’s 700,000 spent on disengagement, a lot of investment with no payback. You might have reports with graphs that show you are doing okay. You made a profit. You made your numbers. How many reports showed the gap between how you did and how you could have done? That gap is opportunity.

Organizational culture is all about HOW people work together.

Unless you understand how people work together, identify what is causing energy drain and loss of productivity, and explore the desired work environment, how can you expect different results?  If Einstein was at your workplace, he might say “Leading, managing and behaving in the same old ways while expecting your employees to embrace new work habits and higher levels of collaboration is cultural insanity.”

Here’s what clients have to say:

Learn the secrets Joanna has gained over the last three decades

“Joanna Barclay has written an intelligent book on the culture of progressive management. She touches on important issues and proposes practical solutions. As a former senior manager in the Canadian public service and Canadian Ambassador to Japan and China I can recommend this book to managers in North America, Asia and elsewhere who wish to engage and motivate their employees in today’s competitive and rapidly evolving global markets.”  

Rob Wright, retired Deputy Minister for Trade, Canadian Ambassador Japan and China

“Conscious Culture is written for managers who wish to gain tools and techniques to achieve high performance by inspiring staff, through the alignment of organizational culture, values and ethics, with those of employees. An excellent read!” 

Dale Forbes, Director, Industry Canada

Business Outcomes:

Learning Outcomes:

  • The value of cultural capital, the new business paradigm of the 21st century, to  attract, engage, and retain high performers;

· Understand how cultural transformation tools that map, measure and manage corporate culture as a competitive advantage and capital resource.

  • The cost of entropy and lost productivity  due to frustration, fear and dysfunction, on the bottom line.
  • Transformational  facilitative leadership  and how to transform personal excellence into organizational excellence.
  • The 9 steps to building a high performing workplace, a methodology that includes the preparation and implementation phases of the whole system change process  to lead the alignment of personal values, organizational values, systems and processes, and vision and mission.

Target Audience:

  • CEOs, Leaders, HR Management, Management Teams, Team Leaders, Supervisors

Schedule:

09.50-10.00 Loggin in to webinar

10.00-11.00 Presentation (Joanna Barclay, Leadership consultant, in English)

Speaker:

The Cost of an Unconscious Culture – Are Your Leaders Asleep at the Wheel

Do you know how many people are leaving each year and what an unconscious culture is costing your organization?

There is a saying, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”.  Using the metaphor of an iceberg, Culture is the under belly.  It’s the thing we cannot see, but know the terrifying power it has. We only have to be reminded of the of the Titanic, the unsinkable ship, and the terrible loss of life that was suffered.

Workplace Culture is similar in so many ways. If you aren’t assessing your corporate culture, then it’s probably fair to admit you have an unconscious culture. “So what?” You ask.

 I hope all CFOs are reading this. Pay close attention to the following calculation:

Cost of Employee Turnover = # of Employees Leaving  X  Annual Salary  X  Cost to Replace (between 90 – 200% of annual salary)

Manufacturing Real Business Case:

  • Organization with 150 people and 30% annual employee turnover = 45 employees

Note: Singapore’s average is 20 – 30% annual employee turnover

Example:

  • 45 employees leaving X $60,000 annual salary X 120% annual salary = $3,240,000 million dollars

The business cost to SME organizations with 30% turnover is $3,240,000.

With 20% turnover, the cost is $2,160, 000 million dollars.

That’s a huge cost which can be directly linked to an unconscious corporate  culture.

The thing to ask yourself is “What are the employees experiencing that would make them want to leave?  When they do leave, what does it actually cost to replace them? The cost of training someone new, the cost of lost relationships they take with them. Calculate all the lost opportunities and business potential the person was providing, that is now gone.

There is an even worse scenario.

Consider an unhealthy, disengaged, disempowering culture that creates a toxic work environment. Where poor behaviour becomes the norm. And People to not leave.

Those who are dissatisfied, and disengaged stay and cause more toxicity.

What impact do you think this has on the whole organization?  Instead of attracting the best talent, you attract the “bottom of the barrel”. Unsavoury characters who bring with them even more problems.  Unfortunately, like attracts like.

Think of the reach and impact unproductive behaviours have. Every person who encounters them will suffer, somehow. Fellow employees, clients, customers, suppliers, community stakeholders.

Why do people leave organizations? Leaders believe the main reason is for more pay. However, the truth is people leave managers, not organizations. Leadership style has a lot to do with employee experience. The values and behaviours employees experience either inspire and motivate engagement and high performance.  Or they disengage and cause low productivity, negatively reducing the business’s effectiveness in achieving its targeted outcomes and goals.

Think of an organization you have left. What were the values and behaviours you were experiencing that caused you to look elsewhere for more meaningful work.  Where you would feel valued for all you had to offer.

There is a term used to describe all the limiting values and behaviours that cause conflict, friction, and frustration. It is Cultural Entropy.  When you think about entropy, what comes to mind? Something that is shrinking and dying from within. Examples are blame, disrespect, manipulation, control, distrust. You can see and feel the energy drain sucking the life force out. All these limiting behaviours have a negative impact on people’s ability to be creative, innovative, collaborate, connect, and trust.

The worst hidden cost of an unconscious culture is the loss of human potential. This is because loosing human potential directly impacts the human potential in the whole organization.

If you’re not growing, you’re dying. The entropy eats away all the positive intentions we have as human beings. I once stayed in a job for one year because I had given a commitment to the organization. However, the negative impact this had on my personality and spirit was tangible.  People could see my energy drain and the passion I have for my work, dwindle down. Until, at the end, I was so glad when the contract ended and I didn’t have to face the Monday morning blues.

So what are you doing to build a conscious culture?  This is why I wrote my book: Conscious Culture – How to Build a High Performing Workplace through Values, Ethics, and Leadership.

 Bottom line profit, and top line growth are directly impacted by your workplace culture, and people’s ability to perform up to their full potential. Your company brand is also directly impacted by your culture.  Who you are in the inside, the employee experience, has a direct impact of the client and customer’s external experience. This is your brand. Yes, workplace culture and company brand are directly connected.

In the assessments we conduct, we measure your organization’s entropy.  It is a measurement of all the limiting values and behaviours people select to describe your current culture. To find out the actual cost of your entropy, we take the % of entropy and multiply it by your HR Budget.

Cost of Entropy = % of limiting values x HR Budget $$$

Many organization today have 20 – 40% entropy.  With an HR budget of $3,000,000 that cost is $600,000 to $1,200,000.  That’s a lot of valuable resources spent on disengagement. Imagine what could be done if a portion was spent on building a high performing workplace culture by empowering people to reach their full potential.

As we experience more and more disruptive change, doesn’t it make good business sense to invest in your culture, and consciously build high performance? If you don’t, you can bet your competition is, because an organization’s culture is their #1 competitive advantage.  It is the only thing that cannot be copied or stolen because it’s made by you.

 Here are 3 tips for helping you start to build a conscious culture:

  1. Assess your workplace culture – get a baseline measurement so you can map, and manage cultural change in times of disruption.
  2. Revisit your mission, vision, and strategies – create a shared vision that will give direction and purpose to the whole organization.
  3. Select operational values and behaviours that will support your mission and vision, and build alignment.

Having a shared vision with shared values creates the internal cohesion necessary for high performing.  Take care of your people, and they will take care of your profits. Use your profits to take care of the planet, this is what I call conscious, sustainable leadership.

 

Much love, from Singapore.

Joanna

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To find out what your personal values are that empower you to higher performance and productivity, take a Free Personal Values Assessment.

To learn how well aligned you are with your workplace culture and what is impact performance, contact us for an Individual Values Assessment

To learn how to map, measure and manage the culture of your team or organization with our Culture Value Assessment for Teams and Organizations.

Joanna Barclay, Global Speaker, Published Author, and Thought-Leader on Cultural Transformation. 

With 30 years in business transformation working with organizations, Joanna’s passion lies in working with leaders, facilitating active participation in organizational change, developing resourceful teams and aligning strategic objectives. Her goal is to help organizations become high performing and values-driven, where people take ownership, build commitment and bridge communication gaps. As CEO of the Culture Leadership Group, she ensures successful transformation from concept through to implementation.

WEBINAR: Creating people-centered organizations that bring humanity, meaning, and purpose into the workplace

Does your organization need to transform its workplace culture?

In this webinar you will learn the ABC’s of cultural transformation, a blueprint for cultural change,  and find out HOW  to engage the intellect and emotions, the head and the heart, to build a high performing workplace.

“Everything [in our strategy] our competitors could copy tomorrow. But they can’t copy the culture—and they know it.”  Herb Kelleher, cofounder and executive chairman of Southwest Airlines (1971 – 2007) who led Southwest to the top of the domestic U.S. airline industry.

Research shows that the highest performing organizations in the world invest in their organizational culture. Companies that are consciously creating  a strong corporate culture in a  consistent   and systematic manner over a period  15 years outperformed companies by 1649%. These companies gave 26% of their time and attention to culture, more than any other category. According to a 2013 study by Economics Intelligence Unit, 72% of strategy leaders recognize culture as a priority and one their top 4 strategic initiatives.

Do you have the right culture, systems and processes to support your strategic goals?

Results from a recent study in Singapore with 200 companies revealed 9 out of 10 strategic initiatives failed because leaders didn’t focus on changing people’s behaviours and how they worked together.

According to Gallup Research, in Europe the current level of employee engagement is between 13 – 18%.  With a one million Euro HR budget, that’s 700,000 spent on disengagement, a lot of investment with no payback. You might have reports with graphs that show you are doing okay. You made a profit. You made your numbers. How many reports showed the gap between how you did and how you could have done? That gap is opportunity.

Organizational culture is all about HOW people work together.

Unless you understand how people work together, identify what is causing energy drain and loss of productivity, and explore the desired work environment, how can you expect different results?  If Einstein was at your workplace, he might say “Leading, managing and behaving in the same old ways while expecting your employees to embrace new work habits and higher levels of collaboration is cultural insanity.”

Here’s clients have to say:

Learn the secrets Joanna has gained over the last three decades

“Joanna Barclay has written an intelligent book on the culture of progressive management. She touches on important issues and proposes practical solutions. As a former senior manager in the Canadian public service and Canadian Ambassador to Japan and China I can recommend this book to managers in North America, Asia and elsewhere who wish to engage and motivate their employees in today’s competitive and rapidly evolving global markets.”   Rob Wright, retired Deputy Minister for Trade, Canadian Ambassador Japan and China

“Conscious Culture is written for managers who wish to gain tools and techniques to achieve high performance by inspiring staff, through the alignment of organizational culture, values and ethics, with those of employees. An excellent read!”    Dale Forbes, Director, Industry Canada

Business Outcomes:

Learning Outcomes:

  • The value of cultural capital, the new business paradigm of the 21st century, to  attract, engage, and retain high performers;

· Understand how cultural transformation tools that  map, measure and manage corporate culture  as a competitive advantage and capital resource.

  • The  cost of entropy and lost productivity   due to frustration, fear and dysfunction, on the bottom line.
  • Transformational   facilitative leadership  and how to transform personal excellence into organizational excellence.
  • The 9 steps to building a high performing workplace, a methodology that includes the preparation and implementation phases of  the whole system change process  to lead the alignment of personal values, organizational values, systems and processes, and vision and mission.

Target Audience:

  • CEOs, Leaders, HR Management, Management Teams, Team Leaders, Supervisors

Schedule:

09.50-10.00 Loggin in to webinar

10.00-11.00 Presentation (Joanna Barclay, Leadership consultant, in English)

Speaker:

The webinar will be led by Joanna Barclay, author of Conscious Culture, Global Keynote Speaker, and Corporate Leadership Consultant with over 30 years of organizational development experience in America, Europe and Asia, She will share a wealth of practitioner knowledge, case studies and best practices.

CTT Practitioner Training – May 14 -17, 2018

CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION TOOLS (CTT)

Practitioner Training

This course is designed to serve organisations who wish to build a high performing, value-driven corporate culture for their people. Lifting performance to the highest levels at work, to have a greater fulfilment in their lives, and to make a contribution to the wider community.

If you wish to become a change agent to aid human consciousness evolution, this is an essential training for you. It is designed for consultants, change agents and human resource professionals who want to become highly skilled and confident in leveraging the Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT), from the Barrett Values Centre, for leadership development and organisational transformation.

Perhaps you have attended CTT training before? If so, you may wish to re-attend this new training as a refresher. The new training materials and methodologies are redesigned to be more effective in supporting you as a successful CTT practitioner with your client work.

This is the best CTT certification training to start using CTT in a practical way, either as an internal change agent or as an external consultant. It is designed to give you a deep understanding of the CTT Models and Tools, as well as practical experience on how to apply CTT in your cultural transformation process. The course also provides an opportunity for your own personal transformation experience.

It contains material from both CTT Part 1 and CTT Part 2 and has much more personal and hands-on experience of how to interpret values assessments results, how to deliver leadership assessments feedback, how to select and present a number of dialogue tools from the Get Connected workbook, and more.

Your trainer Joanna Barclay is a highly effective organisational development practitioner with over 30 years of diverse experience from around the world. She will guide your learning with a wealth of practitioner knowledge, client case stories, and best practice studies.

Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be certified to use a powerful suite of values-based diagnostic tools with full access to all CTT products and online consulting materials.

Additional Description

This training is conducted over 4 days  – 8 hours in length:

  • Day 1 focuses on Personal Consciousness: we introduce the concept of cultural transformation and look into the 7 Levels of Consciousness model and the Individual Values Assessment.
  • Day 2 is devoted to Transforming Organizations, covering the Cultural Values Assessments, Merger & Acquisition Compatibility Assessments, and the use of demographics within organisations.
  • Day 3 focuses on Leadership, through leadership development incorporating Richard Barrett’s 7 Levels of Leadership Consciousness, the Leadership Values Assessments tools and a live coaching demonstration. We’ll also cover the design of leadership workshops.
  • Day 4 is devoted to Direction & Action: it covers the creation of vision and mission statements (the direction) and, finally, we put everything together into a comprehensive and practical blend creating business transformation (the concept of whole systems change).

Upon completion of the course, you will receive one of the following:

  • One free Small Values Assessment plus Individual Values Assessments for each person (Value $1800 USD, for up to 20 people)
  • One free Leadership Development Report (Value $250 USD) to use with a client
  • One free Individual Values Assessment Report (Value $200 USD) to use with a colleague or client

Joanna and CLG may be engaged to guide your next steps, mentor your practice, or support you in delivering complex CTT initiatives.

Click to get more information on CTT Practitioner Training May 14 – 17

Price: $2,700 USD ($3,600 SGD)-  25% reduction  for CTT Part 1 Certified Consultants

 Registration: https://valuescentre.com/mapping-values/using-cultural-transformation-tools/training-registration?training=10982

 Course Date: May 14-17, 2018, Singapore

 

organizational culture

Build YOUR Desired Culture!

All power and effectiveness come from knowing how and acting appropriately.

 – Tao Te Ching of Leadership

The highest performing organizations pay attention to their organizational culture. In fact, they work hard at consciously creating and maintaining their culture, which they then use as a competitive advantage to attract, retain and develop the talent needed to achieve aggressive goals and objectives.

Culture in an organization is largely defined by:

  •  how people do things;
  •  the style of management;
  •  the way decisions are made.

Recent studies suggest that most strategic initiatives fail primarily because they do not address culture or identify necessary behavioural changes.

In focus groups and employee surveys, managers and employees are voicing concerns about the current workplace culture.  Silo mentality, information hoarding and bureaucracy are blocking desired values such as open communication, teamwork and collaboration. Blame, excessive control, and internal competition are limiting creativity, engagement and information sharing. Confusion, short term focus and a constant state of ambiguity are causing staff to feel insecure, anxious, and burnt out.  Leaders are struggling and looking for ways to create a sense of shared vision, shared values and harmonious work environment to motivate and inspire their staff.

To know the “how,” Cultural Transformantion Tools (CTT) from the Barrett Values Centre provide concrete data which enable leadership teams and staff to have in-depth conversations that lead to new levels of consciousness and awareness, shifts in mental models, and changes in behaviour.  Best practices for these conversations are highly inclusive, engaging employees to discuss workplace issues and exploring how they can function more productively.

Corporate culture used to be intangible.  Not any longer.  The CTT systematically maps and measures the values and behaviours of a team or whole organization to identify the values and behaviours that engage and energize employees.  They also identify values and behaviours that are causing the stress, frustration, and retention issues that diminish an organization’s productivity.  What you measure you can manage. The CTT enable organizations to engage in values management. By actively measuring and monitoring its values and behaviours over time, they continually adjust the culture for continuous improvement to sustain high performance.

The CTT identify what is blocking the road to successful transformation.  Understanding the issues leads to an ‘awakening’, a shift in mindset and source for new inspiration and strategies.

The CTT provide insights into the internal and external dynamics of transformation related to content, people and process.

Investing in the CTT Practitioner Training enables organizations to have an in-depth look at what they are dealing with when it comes to transforming the business and focusing on how people work together.  It can be the wake-up call for leaders to become more aware and choose a conscious approach to leading change.  The CTT provide insight sinto the internal and external dynamics of transformation related to content, people and process. Leading consciously has become a core requirement to seeing solutions to the challenges we face in the 21st century.  It takes conscious leadership to create a high performing culture.

To register for the CTT Practitioner Training:

https://www.oppia.fi/courses/cultural-transformation-tools-ctt/410f4d557ca59cc099c87c13f0480423

 

Be sure to visit our Free Resource Center to get access to free e-books, worksheets and other valuable leadership development resources.

Our Signature Keynote – Awakening the Heart of Leadership Potential

To find out what your personal values are that empower you to higher performance and productivity, take a Free Personal Values Assessment.

To learn how well aligned you are with your workplace culture and what is impact performance, contact us for an Individual Values Assessment

To learn how to map, measure and manage the culture of your team or organization with our Culture Value Assessment for Teams and Organizations.

Joanna Barclay, Global Speaker, Published Author, and Thought-Leader on Cultural Transformation. 

With 30 years in business transformation working with organizations, Joanna’s passion lies in working with leaders, facilitating active participation in organizational change, developing resourceful teams and aligning strategic objectives. Her goal is to help organizations become high performing and values-driven, where people take ownership, build commitment and bridge communication gaps. As CEO of the Culture Leadership Group, she ensures successful transformation from concept through to implementation.

International Women's Day

A Challenge Facing Women Climbing the Corporate Ladder

Being a concsious leader means awakening your self-awareness and mastery,  knowing who you are and living in alignment with what is most important to you. When we live in alignment with what motivates us, we experience a deep sense of fulfillment, well-being and energy.

Unfortunately on the road to success, up the corporate ladder into a predominantly male world, women are parking their C.A.R.E. car and not bringing all of their people skills into the workplaceCompassion, Authenticity, Relationship building and Empathy are viewed as potential weaknesses. The impact of this is a workplace which is missing human connection. Not being able to bring all of one’s personal values into the workplace means there is a misalignment of our personal values, and this is a major cause of employee disengagement and low productivity.

When we’re feeling disengaged we experience emotional and mental suffering, stress, leading to phyical illness. Prolonged mismanagement of negative emotions is the superhighway to disease… DIS-EASE.

The values you choose to lead with are critical. They determine how people will interact, connect, and contribute to the goals you set for the organization.

Becoming a conscious, values-based leader means leading with the head and the heart. Values are the language of the heart. When lived, our values give us an unlimited source of energy and they fuel our performance.

So knowing what is most important and working together in alignment with those values is vital to you and your employees’ health, happiness and sense of fulfilment for strategic success.

Much love from Singapore,

Joanna

Be sure to visit our Free Resource Center to get access to free e-books, worksheets and other valuable leadership development resources.

Our Signature Keynote – Awakening the Heart of Leadership Potential

To find out what your personal values are that empower you to higher performance and productivity, take a Free Personal Values Assessment.

To learn how well aligned you are with your workplace culture and what is impact performance, contact us for an Individual Values Assessment

To learn how to map, measure and manage the culture of your team or organization with our Culture Value Assessment for Teams and Organizations.

Joanna Barclay, Global Speaker, Published Author, and Thought-Leader on Cultural Transformation. 

With 30 years in business transformation working with organizations, Joanna’s passion lies in working with leaders, facilitating active participation in organizational change, developing resourceful teams and aligning strategic objectives. Her goal is to help organizations become high performing and values-driven, where people take ownership, build commitment and bridge communication gaps. As CEO of the Culture Leadership Group, she ensures successful transformation from concept through to implementation.