Value-Based CultureApril 12, 2021 2021-06-11 11:38
Value-Based Culture by Katrin Melle
The service industry is known for its diverse workforce, which brings unique chances, learnings, development and growth opportunities, personally and professionally. Explore the importance of values in an organization, learn how to activate them in your company or department to enhance your employee experience. We will start by referring to a study that suggests that “Culture beats Salary”, we will explore what culture is, what elements such as purpose and values are key elements of culture, we will look at various angles of alignment, for instance, personal values and company values, we will review impactful elements of culture such as the actual employee experience, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion and positive work environment overall. We will speak about very specific processes on how values are present throughout the entire employee journey from recruitment, to training, to rewards, and we will speak about leadership in value-based cultures.
By the end of the course, you will understand all elements that can impact a company or teams’ culture, why a positive workplace culture is important and how a leader can foster culture. Did you know that a recent survey showed that over half of the respondents said that culture is more important than salary? So, if you want to be a leader that fosters value-based cultures as an enabler of performance, wellbeing, and success, then stay tuned.
In this course, our Subject Matter Expert will go over insights into culture in general, company culture, and how other elements such as purpose, vision, and values are part of how the culture comes to life in an organization, company or team. She then examines Culture Alignment in more detail – how personal values can relate to company values, where alignment plays a role between the consumer and the employer brand, and how alignment influences employee retention.
We also cover different areas that influence and make up a good workplace culture, including employee engagement, employee experience, diversity & inclusion, wellbeing and thoughts on creating a positive workplace environment. Specific processes where values are lived and how culture is being brought to life. Our students will learn how to communicate values, how to use them in recruitment & selection, where they can be integrated in learning & development, in rewards and recognition and lastly in performance management. Finally, the last topic of the course is dedicated to Leadership in a value-based culture, the role of a leader, leadership behaviors, interpersonal skills of a leader, how leaders can foster a positive culture as the base of high performance
|Caption||English,Spanish, German, Traditional Chinese, French|
|Difficulty||Entry / Intermediate|
Katrin is a Senior Human Resources Executive with prior roles such as Chief Human Resources Officer for AMAN Resorts and Regional VP HR Europe for HYATT Hotels, she held accountability for the HR function for hotel properties and corporate employees regionally and globally. Having worked in HR in hospitality for nearly 30 years, she is driven by her purpose to facilitate and foster human connections. To support people`s personal ambition to grow, feel valued and be fulfilled with their work. And to assist an organization with a talent strategy to support the business. She is the founder of konnexionen, HR Consulting, specialized in the area of organizational culture and strategy, as well as people development and talent. In specific in the field of talent management, leadership development, L&D and training content, employee engagement, Diversity & Inclusion and emotional intelligence development programs. Katrin also works as an Executive Coach, is a certified Genos International Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and holds a certification as Coach by QRC. She is the initiator of “she interviews”, a project supporting Women & Leadership.
When you complete this Value-Based Culture course, you will receive a certificate of completion, which you can share with your friends, relatives, co-workers and potential employers. Certificates can be saved as a .pdf or .jpg file so that you can easily share your accomplishment. In addition, certificates can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn directly from your Hotel.school account.
1. What is Value-Based Culture?
2. Alignment of Values
3. Employee Engagement & Employee Experience
4. Living the Values and Bringing Culture to Life
5. Leaders in a Value-Based Culture