The Training Of Our Supervisors And Upper Management

1334 WordsMar 20, 20166 Pages
In the upcoming training of our supervisors and upper management we will discuss the new discuss success factors of the organization. These success factors will shape our culture and help guide a universal approach to operating our business as we build an organization that is innovative, engaged and empowered. In this paper I will address the training strategy that we will use from the agenda, to the mission, to the context. Training Agenda • Setting the Stage • Introduction to Success Factors • Practice/Exercises • Next Steps • What’s Changing • PMP Process and Calibration • Timeline Context for the Training • Continue to grow the company • We have heard from our employees that they are proud to work for this organization, they want…show more content…
Our management teams need to understand and state our core Success Factors and strengths that add the most value to the organization. Success Factors will provide a guide and foundation for development. Everyone within our organization needs to feel empowered and proactively take initiative to grow and develop in their careers. Management needs to be able to present their selves, the vision and the value to the Company in compelling and meaningful ways. Climate and Culture We have to start with the end in mind to align our mission, values and performance expectations. This is the key to the success of the organization. The Success Factors framework is created using data collected from employee engagement surveys, executive interviews, 1x1 employee/manager interviews, employee focus groups, cultural norms/bias, and personal observations. This will create growth, cost control, customer loyalty and reputation. In looking at what we are trying to achieve as a business and identifying strategic drivers will help to build the framework for Success Factors. The strategic drivers are as follows: Accelerate Sustainable Growth (thought leadership) • Demonstrates sound judgment • Manages multiple and competing priorities • Drives innovation and business improvements • Builds vision and strategy Relentlessly Control Costs (results leadership) • Drives results • Establishes effective plans • Operates as a business owner • Sets and manages high
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