The session will add some clarity around what culture is and how it can be audited, will look at some of the assumptions around culture and the implications of the four types of organisational culture and discuss the various components of culture, providing participants with practical considerations when planning an internal audit.
Donna Clark Donna has over 20 years experience as an HR generalist both in-house and in consultancy, working with various sectors including TMT, hospitality, social housing, and professional services. In addition to being a member of the CIPD, Donna has a degree in business management and is an accredited coach and NLP practitioner. She has significant experience supporting clients with a range of people interventions including performance management, business transformation and change programmes. She has also designed and facilitated leadership programmes for first-time line managers to develop their people management skills.
Donna’s experience includes coaching and facilitating senior leadership programmes aligning people management objectives into commercial business plans as well as the implementation of employee engagement programmes working with leaders to develop innovative ways to embed organisational culture and to build high performing teams.
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