The VIRTUAL organisational Culture Certification programme

Organisational Culture CertificationCulture is at the heart of every organisation, yet it is often forgotten. From strategy to cultural transformation, you will leave the course knowing how to:

  • use the Multi-Focus Model to analyse the culture of an organisation,
  • conduct Organisational Culture Workshops,
  • conduct Organisational Culture Scans,
  • guide your client in identifying their Optimal Culture. 

After the course, you will be able to independently use the tools and methodology to serve your clients.

This intensive virtual programme is designed for managers and internal and external consultants interested in using Organisational Culture as a tool of management and change.

the programme

The Organisational Culture Certification programme consists of five main parts:

  • Part 1 - Pre-course online sessions
  • Part 2 - Organisational Culture scan 
  • Part 3 - 7 Virtual Sessions
  • Part 4 - Post-course online sessions
  • Part 5 - One on one coaching 

The programme is hosted by 2 Senior Hofstede Insights consultants with extensive experience in both Intercultural Management and Organisational Culture.

DATE LOCATION Price Brochure Registration

March 30th, April 4, 6, 7, May 16,18,19, 23, 25, June 6th

Online/

4000€/

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Certification special Africa in February, May and August.

 

 

 

More information 

October 19th, 24, 26, 31, December 5th, 7, 8, 12, 14, January 9th

Online/ 4000€/

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Detailed information

--Please note the programme is being updated and subject to changes--

PART 1 - Introduction Theory and reflection

  • Introduction (1h)
  • Theoretical framework and reflection 1 (4h)
  • Theoretical framework and reflection 2 (4h)

PART 2 - Your Organisational Culture Scan 

  • How to conduct an OC scan technical (2h)
  • Organisational Culture Scan starts

PART 3 - Virtual Course

  • Virtual Sessions 1-  (5*4h)
  • Virtual Sessions 2-  (2*4h)

PART 4 - Follow up learning

  • Follow-up Group webinars (1.5h)
  • Follow up group webinar (1.5h) 

PART 5 - Coaching one on one

  • Coaching session 1 (1h)
  • Coaching session 2 (1h)

An introduction between the participants and the trainers as well as to the Multi-Focus Model itself, where it came from and its dimensions. 

Virtual sessions 

  • Introduction (2h)
  • Theoretical framework and reflection 1 (4h)
  • Theoretical framework and reflection 2 (4h)

Objectives

  • Get to know your group
  • Promote collaborative learning goals
  • Analyse case studies
  • Recognise and reflect on the dimensions of the Multi-Focus Model supported by case studies.

 

An Organisational Culture Scan (OC Scan) should be carried out before the beginning of Part 3. This part ensures that you have all the information needed for you to conduct the OC Scan on schedule.

It includes

  • One webinar (2h)
  • One OC scan for one group

Objectives

  • Explain how to prepare and run an Organisational Culture Scan
  • Ensure all questions about the Organisational Culture Scan are answered

Part 3 is a deep dive into the Organisational Culture Scan process and is largely based on the scan you and other participants have to complete before the course begins. 

It includes 7 virtual sessions including: 

  • A simulation workshop to reflect on the optimal culture of the organisation you have scanned.
  • An analysis of the report generated by the OC Scan (both your Report and that of others).
  • An introduction to the Levers of Change and the Executive Match.
  • Instruction on how to take these results and put them into action by simulating a series of workshops that serve as milestones for the implementation of cultural transformation.

Objectives

  • Support you in the analysis of the report and development of action points.
  • Help you prepare a strategy process to help develop an optimal Organisational Culture profile. 
  • Inspire you in preparing and staging culture transformation road mapping.
  • Help you develop your approach for presenting the Organisational Culture Scan findings to the client in an efficient manner.
  • Provide you with feedback and guidance on your case from the master trainers.
  • Learn how to communicate and sell Organisational Culture and transformation. 

Two group sessions where you will continue developing your own cases and the change management into a contextualised change plan. 

In includes 2 webinars
  • Follow-up group webinar 1
  • Follow up group webinar 2
Objectives
  • Create a clear plan for your next steps 
  • Follow-up on your process

 

Individual sessions with one of our master trainers to focus on your own projects and development. These coaching sessions ensure that you receive an individualised experience and guidance in running your client cases. 

In includes 2 sessions
  • Coaching session 1 
  • Coaching session 2
Objectives 
  • Review your progress
  • Help you overcome potential  challenges and explore existing opportunities

Timetable

Part 1 Introduction March 30 2022 2 hours
Part 2 The Theory April 4 & 6 2022 2*4 hours
Part 3 Measuring an Organisation (The Scan) April 7 2022 90 minutes
Part 4 Culture and Strategy  May 16 2022 4 hours
Part 5 Debriefing the Organisational Culture Report May 18 & 19 2022 2*4 hours
Part 6 Indirect Change  May 23 2022 4 hours
Part 7 Leadership and Direct Change May 25 2022 4 hours
Part 8 Reflections and Q&A June 6 2022 90 minutes

 

Part 1 Introduction October 19 2022 2 hours
Part 2 The Theory October 24 & 26 2022 2*4 hours
Part 3 Measuring an Organisation (The Scan) October 31 2022 90 minutes
Part 4 Culture and Strategy  December 5 2022 4 hours
Part 5 Debriefing the Organisational Culture Report December 7 & 8 2022 2*4 hours
Part 6 Indirect Change  December 12 2022 4 hours
Part 7 Leadership and Direct Change December 14 2022 4 hours
Part 8 Reflections and Q&A January 9 2023 90 minutes

 

Please note that: participants will be asked to sign a certification contract (available upon request) before joining the course. The expected time commitment is of at least 38 hours of live sessions and 40 hours of personal work including the successful completion of the homework agreed upon at the end of each session.

In order to ensure interactivity, only 12 participants can join the course


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