Supporting the growth of your organization starts by developing and maintaining a culture of innovation. Kuczmarski Innovation works with your senior leadership team to establish values and norms that that will reinforce the desired culture and address organizational structure, resource requirements, and recognition programs
Kuczmarski Innovation leverages a 4-step process with our clients, first understanding ideal corporate culture, then identifying key interview and survey targets across the organization, to finally create a common set of values and norms and recommend a plan to engage employees throughout the organization. Using this systematic process, Kuczmarski Innovation has been able to establish a common set of norms that espouse the organization’s values and that are implemented at every level of the organization.
In this Kuczmarski Innovation workshop series, you can get hands-on experience from award-winning authors Tom and Susan Kuczmarski on how best to lead, with a new style of leadership which puts people first – peopleship.
In this workshop series the Kuczmarski Innovation facilitators will meet with team leaders across the organization in 3 half-day sessions over the course of 2 months. This unique learning approach enables hands-on learning and real-world application to occur.
Leveraging lessons portrayed in multiple books they wrote together, Tom and Susan have created a new approach to leadership—peopleship—which focuses on lifting people up in the organization and recognizing their efforts. In this series of workshops, attendees will learn how to integrate these learnings into your own organization in real time.
Our unique approach to training is to provide 3 half-day sessions over the course of 2 months. In between sessions, participants will be expected to apply the hands-on learning in the real world in real time. Upon returning for the next session, the facilitators will answer questions and provide feedback, guidance, and support in how to best apply the lessons learned in the course to your own organization