Evergreen’s Summer ‘ Company Culture’ Seminar Series
A Free Five-Session Seminar beginning on June 18, 2020
Peter Drucker famously said that culture eats strategy for breakfast. Entrepreneurs who’ve started their company without intentionally creating the right business environment will struggle to achieve even the most inspiring vision. Especially during difficult times, stepping back to reassess what that company culture can be, is vital to succeeding. This series is an excellent opportunity for business owners to revisit their culture guidelines if they have them or finally put them in place if they do not.
Join us and Holly Howard, founder of the small business consultancy ‘Ask Holly How’ for this five-week seminar that will help you define critical elements of your business’ company culture and create an action plan to implement it. Here is what will be covered:
Understand that culture is not about amenities, but rather about the environment and systems within your business
Clearly define the company purpose, values, and leadership philosophy
Create an action plan to implement corporate culture guidelines
Reflect on the current leadership and where it must stretch to build this corporate culture
Asses how to navigate change and grow your company
This seminar is for business owners with no less than six months or much more experience (including legacy businesses) who feel like they don’t have a company culture or who are interested in building or reshaping their existing company culture. The course is intended for business owners or key decision makers that have the capacity to affect this aspect of the business.
The course is free but spots are limited. All classes will take place on Zoom. Class will be interactive and attendees will be expected to participate. The application can be found here. Applications are due by June 14, 2020.
Full details and instructor bio can be found here.
Please direct any questions about this course or the application to Natalie Vichnevsky.
This program is made possible by the generous support of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation