Assessing the Health of Your Organization
Many leaders hesitate to respond to organizational health concerns because the solutions seem out of reach. Assessing the health of an organization can be a complex undertaking, but the task is far from impossible. Healthy organizations exchange politics and confusion for improved productivity and employee morale. The time invested in this process is well worth the outcome. Cohesive leadership, good communication, and role clarity set “healthy” organizations apart from the rest.
This course provides insight into topics such as organizational health factors, behaviors that impact organizational climate, methods for implementing new initiatives and tracking progress, and remediation strategies for those struggling with organizational change. Leaders who enroll in this course will find clarity through expert video testimonials and detailed examples of organizational health initiatives.
Topics in this course include:
Factors and behaviors that determine and affect organizational health
Overcoming fear, getting started with assessing the health of an organization, introspection
Behaviors that need to change and conflict in the workplace
Tracking organizational health progress, and using satisfaction surveys
Streamlining new programs and strategies for low performer remediation
Recognize factors that determine organizational health
Assess mentalities and behaviors affecting organizational climate
Determine specific behaviors that need to change (organizational/individual)
Establish methods for tracking organizational health progress
Determine organizational health strategies for the entire group
Develop remediation plans for low performing individuals and groups
Access to Course Expires:
365 days from purchase date of course.