The culture guru of the Nordics, Mia Hultman, knows that one of the most impactful things you can do for your organization’s leaders and employees is to create a strong, alive and crystal-clear value culture. Having a strong value culture that truly lives in everything every day in your organization means that everyone knows in what direction the company is moving, its vision, and how to behave in any given situation. When you have a thriving value culture, you don’t need to spend time on misunderstandings and personal interpretations, as everyone knows what is right and wrong within their organization. In the program Culture Excellence, Mia inspires and provides the tools and support for organizations to find and evolve their unique value culture. After completing the program, participants will be aware of their organization’s, along with their own, value culture, and they will be able to make decisions with the help of that value culture daily.
Every organization has a value culture, but it’s not always crystal clear or described in a way that can be utilized in everyday work. A value culture cannot come to life and be truly beneficial until it is dressed in words that support the organization’s vision, strategies, and goals. From Culture Excellence, participants receive the understanding they need to find and implement the true meaning and language for their organization’s unique value culture. They will also learn how to think in a value-based way and to make decisions based on their organization’s value culture.
Throughout Culture Excellence, Mia exemplifies why one culture can be positive and productive while another is filled with disagreement and division. She focuses on the why and the how a more efficient organization is produced through a strong value culture. Participants will develop a common ground, which will work for them on a daily basis and guide them in a common direction. They will learn, and agree on, how to behave within their organization – towards each other, customers, suppliers, and partners. While the vision determines the direction of every movement, the value culture provides the answers to how we do things. Building a solid team that succeeds in making tough decisions is made simple when done through a shared value culture.
-Organizations that aren’t afraid of challenging their current direction and value culture.
-Those that need to revisit or refresh their culture.
-Those who have not considered the relevance of their unique value culture and need to create strong leadership and a clear direction that will stand even when tested with challenging times.
-Those that want to set and achieve their goals through happier employees and increased employee engagement.