Leading for Speed, Impact, and Excellence

Exam Questions: 50
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 208 | Content: 194, Supplemental: 14
NASBA Area of Study: Management Services
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 8220

This course presents ways for corporate leaders to build a workplace culture that drives organizational excellence and unleashes the full potential of every employee. It is delivered by a world-renowned management consultant, motivational speaker, and former NFL professional, and provides a hands-on blueprint for more employee engagement and opportunities for peak productivity. You'll find details on five common roadblocks that prevent leaders from using culture to get the best from their people and how to overcome them. PLEASE NOTE: Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • Is Culture Powerful? Ask a Football Coach
  • What Exactly Is Culture?
  • The Dilemma Traps
  • The Five Roadblocks to Cultural Excellence
  • Five Steps to Building a World-Class Culture
  • Create Your Cultural Purpose Statement
  • Winning Hearts and Minds for Impactful Culture-Building
  • The Culture Implementation Playbook
  • Be Fanatical About Sustained Impact
  • The Ultimate Differentiator Is Leadership
  • Commercial Execution
  • Be a Chief Culture Driver
  • To recall the "Four Pillars of the Fearless Tribe"
  • To recognize the benefits of an effective culture
  • To identify the belief or action that sabotages most culture-building efforts
  • To recognize the five roadblocks to cultural excellence
  • To recall the five-step culture building process
  • To recall the primary function of a cultural purpose statement
  • To recognize the most important characteristic for a successful team
  • To recall important aspects to consider during the early stages of a cultural change initiative
  • To identify the key to building a great organizational culture
  • To recognize the characteristics of true leadership
  • To identify the ideal relationship between an organization's culture and its strategy
  • To recall the primary purpose of becoming a Chief Culture Driver

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