FREE - Live Webinar: Culture Lies and Lessons: The Truth About Culture Change & How to Make it Happen


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Starts:10/19/2020 4:30 PM

Ends:10/19/2020 5:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 CPD Hour(s)

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ON24

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Many organizations try to bring about change with new systems, processes or skills training courses – only to find that their transformation efforts fail to deliver the expected benefits. The reason that these changes typically falter is that they fail to shift the underlying culture. In Siobhan McHale’s webinar you will learn, from her experiences as an “insider”, about how to create a workplace that deliver, grow and adapt.

Learn how to create a more adaptive workplace with Siobhan McHale’s 4-STEP SOLUTION based on her new book, The Insider’s Guide to Culture Change; Creating a Workplace that Delivers, Grows, and Adapts, now avaialble on Amazon.






Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basics of workplace culture
  • Bust some of the prevailing myths about culture
  • Learn how to create a workplace that delivers, grows, and adapts in disruptive times

  • Who Should Attend:

    HR professionals who are keen to learn more about how they can take up their change role to create workplaces that deliver, grow and adapt.


    Testimonials
    “The most groundbreaking thinking on culture change that I’ve seen in many years.” Carolyn Taylor, author of Walking the Talk

    Speaker bio(s)
    Siobhan McHale, Executive General Manager of People, Culture & Change (HR)

    Siobhan (pronounced ‘Shiv-awn’) McHale is the Executive General Manager of People, Culture & Change (HR) at DuluxGroup (a paints company based in Melbourne, Australia). She is the author of The Insider’s Guide to Culture Change: Creating a Workplace that Delivers, Grows, and Adapts.

    Siobhan has worked across four continents, helping thousands of leaders to create more agile and productive workplaces. She has been on the “inside”, as the executive in charge of culture change in a series of multinational organizations. One of these inside jobs was a radical seven-year change initiative at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) that transformed it from the lowest-performing bank in the country into one of the highest-performing and most admired banks in the world. Professor John Kotter used her work with ANZ as a Harvard Business School case study designed to teach MBA students about managing change