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Frontline Manager and trade;: Navigating Your Organizational Culture
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Frontline Manager and trade;: Navigating Your Organizational Culture

Time limit: 90 days

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Full course description

No two organizations are the same. Each one has its own distinctive organizational culture: the rules, both written and unwritten, that govern how employees interact and how they do their jobs. Frontline managers play an important role in maintaining their organization's culture. It's up to them to make sure the people they supervise are aware of the values, norms, and customs that define their workplace. This course is designed to help new managers understand and adapt to the culture of their workplace. Topics include the difference between culture and organizational climate; the relationship between communication and culture; the importance of leadership; the role of frontline managers within the culture; and how to recognize and address a toxic workplace culture.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Define organizational culture, and distinguish it from organizational climate

Explain the importance of organizational culture for employees

Draw conclusions about an organization's culture based on aspects of the workplace environment

Describe how leaders affect their organization's culture

Explain the relationship between communication and culture

Describe how you, as a frontline manager, can affect your organization's culture

Detail the consequences of a toxic workplace culture

 

Describe different types of subcultures that may develop within an organization

 

Credits:

IACET CEUs: 0.2 (Contact Hours: 2 hours)

HRCI Credits: 2 (Type: General)

 

SHRM PDCs: 2

 

Estimated time to complete: 2 hours