WCQI - Sneak Peek - Leading change isn’t only for leaders—it's everybody’s job.

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Join me for a WCQI sneak peak with author/speaker Luciana Paulise as we discuss her new book "We Culture". Luciana will also be speaking at the World Conference on Quality and Improvement.
The session will be Tuesday, April 26th at noon central Click here to join the meeting

In the pre-pandemic era, company culture was a given. Employees were expected to observe and mimic their leaders to follow the unspoken rules. The pandemic, however, revealed that most organizations lacked a corporate culture and operational agility to respond to permanent change.
Today’s global, complex, and disruptive business environment demands companies to make their organizations more adaptive and agile. It’s imperative that organizations upskill their personnel and set their culture intentionally. The companies that develop this culture right will have an incredible, competitive advantage. Leading change is everybody’s job; nobody can do it alone. A systemic and collaborative approach is needed: the we culture mentality.
The We Culture book will help you create a culture in the future of work to increase employee engagement, agility, quality and innovation through the 12-skills CARE model for hybrid workplaces. You will find:
  • Real-life examples and interviews with company leaders
  • Hands-on exercises in every chapter
  • Opportunities for blended learning with the We Culture platform including videos, blogs, and audio content
We Culture is an invitation to co-create a culture of conscious teamwork, where we all can voice what we like and who we are, bring our whole selves to work, and benefit from unlocking our strengths. While at the same time, we produce more cost-effective products and services to become more customer-oriented.
News ASQ News 04/21/2022 10:45am CDT