During a crisis like a pandemic, corporate culture can make or break an organization. There are several countries that are weeks ahead of the rest of the world in dealing with the novel coronavirus pandemic, and many organizations in these countries that are already experiencing a recovery. Dr. Gustavo shares seven lessons learned about corporate culture and the specific steps that these companies took to get through the downturn and quickly rebound.
The decisions you make in this crisis are a result of the culture you have today, and an opportunity to have a better culture tomorrow. Business partners, suppliers, employees, customers – all of your stakeholders – will observe what you do and respond accordingly. Companies that survive this crisis will do so by making decisions today that will strengthen their culture for tomorrow.
This session will be delivered by Dr. Gustavo Grodnitzky.
Gustavo Grodnitzky has a Ph.D. in clinical and school psychology and has extensive experience in interpersonal communications, strategic planning, change management and development of organizational culture. Since 2000, Dr. Gustavo has focused on engagements with corporate clients and has worked with Global 1000 companies around the world, as well as with smaller, often family-run, businesses. As a professional speaker and consultant, he has delivered more than 2,000 presentations on topics including corporate culture, emotional intelligence, building trust in organizations and integrating multigenerational workforces. Dr. Gustavo has presented at national and international professional conferences, has written numerous manuscripts for publication and is often called on to review books and manuscripts prior to publication. His book, Culture Trumps Everything®, is available through Amazon and other online book retailers.
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