Culture-Strategy Alignment | The Key to Higher Performance

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    UPDATE – This Webinar was recorded and can be viewed now! Watch the Webinar now.

    In our Live Webinar April 20th, Align your Culture with your Business Strategy to Win!, Libby Sartain, an expert in Culture-Business Strategy Alignment, shares how she builds a high-performing culture. She sheds light on the (always) complicated relationship between company culture and business success.

    “You can create a culture that drives high performance! Culture is critical to business outcomes; and ensuring your culture is aligned with your business strategy pays for itself many times over. Being accountable for strengthening the culture will make you, as the HR leader and bearer of the culture flame, stand out.” – Libby Sartain

    Join us for Libby’s webinar
    Libby has led HR at companies including Yahoo! and Southwest Airlines, and is an acclaimed author, speaker and consultant. And she literally wrote the book on Culture-Strategy Alignment.

    newlibbywithtitleLive Webinar Weds, April 20th
    Align your Culture with your Business Strategy to Win! 
    A high-performing culture – you know you want it, but how do you get it?

    UPDATE – Webinar recording now available! Watch the Webinar now.


    Libby has led culture change initiatives and built high-performing cultures for Fortune 500 companies, and in this webinar she will share her strategy to build a winning culture that achieves a company’s goals. She will show you how to evaluate your culture, ID areas of misalignment, and ways HR can ensure better Culture-Strategy Alignment – and even the tools you can use. “It’s time we take culture out of the nebulous ‘touchy-feely’ world and apply the latest research, metrics and measurement,” says Libby.

    HR Leaders are often tempted to take on Culture Change Initiatives – don’t try it.
    As an HR exec, all the other executives look across the table at you when the discussion turns to the company’s culture. The team has agreed there is a disconnect – workers seem uninterested (or, at worst uninvested) in your company’s most critical business objectives. Why? No one is sure, but there have been plenty of company wide meetings, so you think the company goals have been made clear. Yet, there’s a problem with your culture and getting everyone onboard to achieve your goals – perhaps your culture needs to change. But is it really so easy to change how employees think? . . .to change what’s important to them, or how they like to work? 

    Fact: Over 70% of all Corporate Change Initiatives Fail
    This shocking, and deeply discouraging statistic has made its way into hundreds of books and is supported by empirical studies. A company’s culture is a key driver of employee productivity – and a high-functioning culture means more employee satisfaction, better retention and higher profitability. Corporate America acknowledges that a strong company culture is a critical component of organizational success, but how to get there remains unclear.


    Fact: Culture-Strategy Alignment Beats Culture Change Every Time

    Libby says that Culture-Strategy Alignment has greater power to achieve your company goals because it leverages the values that drive individual employees today. In contrast, Culture Change is an attempt to shift hardwired behavior of your employees. She dives into this idea and how to understand the values of your employees in the webinar.

    And you will want to check out RoundPegg’s Strategy and Culture Alignment Worksheet. It steps you through how to evaluate your culture and what your people value, then see how they align with your business goals. So enlightening! Take a peek at how RoundPegg measures Culture.

    View Get Culture-Bus Stratgey Alignment Worksheet


    Make sure to sign-up for the webinar to get inspired!

    Libby’s webinar is April 20th at 12noon EDT, and you don’t want to miss it. She is an HR thought leader who has been creating incredible, high-performing cultures for over 30 years – and she has written three books on the topic. She is an entertaining and inspiring presenter who will take questions from attendees – so here is your chance to get expert advice! Learn more about the webinar and get signed-up!

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