Company culture is often called the personality of an organization.
Company culture is a shared set of workplace beliefs, values, attitudes, standards, purposes, and behaviours. It reflects both the written and unwritten rules that people in an organization follow. Your organization’s culture is the sum of all that you and your colleagues think, say, and do as you work together. If that sounds important, it is.
The Culture Kitchen offers various in-depth workshops to create discussion and an actionable plan participants can act on right away.
Half-day or full-day workshop for groups of up to 100 participants. Contains a mix of theory and in-depth practical group exercises that give participants tools to create a happier workplace.
The workshop is for departments, teams, project groups or divisions of up to 100 people. If you have a team day, away day or similar coming up, this is a great experience that every participant will find valuable.
Of course the workshop is serious and relevant but it’s also fun and entertaining. We make sure to keep the group’s energy up the whole day.
The workshop contains presentation and team work in smaller groups. There are plenty of exercises where participants work based on their own circumstances and come up with ideas and plans for creating a better workplace together. That way the message is anchored in the group and participants leave ready to act on it right away.
We plan the exact agenda together with you based on the specific needs and interests of the group. Here are some of the most-requested elements.
• Introduction to happiness at work – A presentation that introduces the basic concepts the group needs to know.
• Personality poker – A personality model that helps participants know themselves and their co-workers better.
• Problem-matrix – A process to discuss, prioritize and address the problems and frustrations the team is facing in a constructive way.
• Poncho – An excellent exercise in praise and recognition.
• Busyness – How to stay happy when there’s too much work.
• Changes – How to stay happy at work when the organization faces large-scale changes.
• Plan for happiness – The group plans how specifically to act to create more happiness.