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KEYNOTES, WORKSHOPS, & WEBINARS

Josh has designed four programs to help your organization create a culture-driven brand that empowers employees and engages customers. Each subject can be delivered as a keynote, a workshop, or a webinar depending on your goals.

Discover why corporate culture is more important than ever before and how you can effectively lead your business through cultural transitions.

It seems keeping culture from unraveling is a significant challenge every growth organization must learn to manage if its leaders intend to succeed in the long run.

Learn the 5 Ps of Engagement - an effective culture management tool based on Maslow's hierarchy of needs to help managers build micro-cultures that strengthen their team’s performance and support their organization.

In Silicon Valley where change is relentless and so is the competition, culture is the only competitive advantage.

“Josh is persuasive, entertaining, and he’s thoughtful. He’ll tell you why decisions were made in a way that makes sense to people.”

Issac Roth, CTO, Hybrid Cloud Integration & API Economy, IBM

The 6 Components
of Company Culture

 

The ability to spearhead culture
change in today’s rapidly changing workplace is the difference between industry leaders and losers.

Learn why corporate culture is more important than ever before and how you can effectively lead your business through cultural transitions.

Together, we will explore modalities in organizational change rooted in traditional brand strategy. Using Silicon Valley start-ups as a lens, we will discuss actionable methodologies for both implementing and measuring culture change. Taking what we learn from the lecture and discussion portions, we will strategize individually and as a group about how you can begin to put your ideas into action.

What you will take away from this talk: a framework for effecting real change throughout your organization that will prepare you to kick off your culture change imperative on Monday. Culture change is surmountable with the appropriate tools in hand. Start gauging where your culture is now so you can create strategic aims for the future.

PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN
 

+ The business definition of culture, and why is it important

+ How to leverage workplace culture as a competitive advantage

+ How to evaluate, manage, improve, and evolve company culture

 
The Manager’s Culture Control Panel

Because employee engagement is more important than ever before, managers must learn how to effectively lead and build robust cultures of their own.

More than the overarching culture of a business, managers are in the unique position to build micro-cultures that strengthen their team’s performance and support their organization. But in a world where leadership teams are not all created equally, how can supervisors assess and manage culture in a way that’s effective and measurable? Based on Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a psychological theory used to assess motivation, the 5 Ps of Engagement is a culture management tool you can use to discover your unique formula for success. Each touchstone — package, potential, people, purpose, and perception — relates to the cumulative needs of employees, from the physical to the aspirational.


In this talk, Josh addresses how managers can use the 5 Ps as a culture control panel to effect change on both micro and macro scales. Using real-world examples from organizations whose managers double as culture liaisons between employees and leadership, we will discuss how managers can easily put this theoretical framework into place to move their organization’s culture forward. 

PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN
 

+ The 5P’s of engagement

+ How to leverage my role to effect change in the culture of my company

+ What employees need to be fully engaged

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How To Scale Culture

Sex in stairwells, absentee management, and outright racism. There’s been a spate of news recently about cultures going awry in silicon valley. While it’s the extreme cases here on the left coast that are making the headlines, errant cultures effect companies of all kind and size. It seems keeping culture from unraveling is a significant challenge every growth organization must learn to manage if its leaders intend to succeed in the long run. 

The Future of Culture: 10 Mega Trends

In Silicon Valley where change is relentless and so is the competition, culture is the only competitive advantage. What can established tech giants and nimble start-ups teach us about the future of culture? In this keynote, author and educator Josh Levine shares the 10  work place trends set to radically change markets and business over the next decade. Learn what will replace the inevitable failure of employee retention programs, why the best brands no longer say “employees” and “customers”, and which is the single program can re-balance the gender and pay gap.

Link to Josh Levine's Mega Trends webinar on th future of culure. Click to watch!
 
 
Managing Company Culture In a Growth Organization

Sex in stairwells, absentee management, and outright racism. There’s been a spate of news recently about cultures going awry in Silicon Valley. While it’s the extreme cases here on the left coast that are making the headlines, errant cultures effect companies of all kind and size. It seems keeping culture from unraveling is a significant challenge every growth organization must learn to manage if its leaders intend to succeed in the long run.

Read the Josh's series exploring the why, when, and how of managing company culture in growth organizations:

1: Why It's So Hard to Scale Company Culture

2: The Moment It All Goes Wrong

3: How To Keep Culture From Going Awry

4: The Role of Recognition

PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN
 

+ The why, when, and how of managing company culture in a growth organization
+ The headcount number when culture changes  

+ What relationship decay is and why anyone should care