Time and location
Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire,
31 - 36 Leicester Square,
Wednesday 23 October 2019
From 2.30pm, to start at 3pm followed by drinks in the hotel bar from 5:30–7pm in a reserved area
As part of our Cracking the Culture Code series of round table discussions, the team at dragonfish are hosting a round table discussion with senior business leaders brought together by invite only to debate a topic that ambitious organisations are increasingly striving to get to grips with: ‘Proving the links between culture and performance’.
We will kick off proceedings by sharing dragonfish’s latest culture & performance research in partnership with Bournemouth University, along with key trends and top tips for tackling successful culture change, before facilitating an open discussion in a confidential environment with this senior group around a number of critical questions:
How to assess your current culture and identify links to business performance
How to secure buy-in, investment and senior support for culture change
How to build a culture plan that delivers tangible business results
Attendees will come away with food for thought on how to understand and optimise the links between culture and performance in their organisation, having networked, shared insight and perspectives with peers in similar roles across a range of sectors. If understanding and aligning your culture is important for your organisation right now, we’re confident you'll find the conversation useful.
Our previous round table events have been thought-provoking sessions with stimulating debate and insight shared. We would be delighted if you could attend.
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Feedback from previous events
"I found the roundtable most useful. The information that the team at Dragonfish passed on was insightful, relevant and most importantly practical. The ability to network with peers across other industries was most beneficial and I would highly recommend attending a future session given the amount of ideas it has generated back in our business. Hats off to Team Dragonfish."