Aga Bajer works with leaders and teams around the globe to help them bring their vision to life. She is the co-author of “Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture” - a complete guide on how to embed continuous learning in organizations' DNA. She is also the host of one of the most popular podcasts on culture, the CultureLab with Aga Bajer. The question at the core of her work is: “How can we harness the power of culture to create a world where people love showing up at work?”
Aga blends experience as:
Her approach is science and evidence-based.
She makes the complex issue of culture, change and team dynamics as simple (but not simpler) as possible, uncovering all the crucial and fundamental forces at play so that leaders can take the right actions to bring about the change they seek.
Aga has worked with senior leadership of many major organizations, including the Hilton Hotels and Resorts, Citibank, Toyota, Porsche, GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, Leo Pharma, Hellenic Bank, Eurolife, Bank of Cyprus, Eurobank, Wargaming, Sanofi, Amdocs, SAP, MSX, Heineken, the European Patent Office and many, many others. For more information, you may visit www.agabajer.com
Session length: 90 minutes
The ability to cultivate a healthy and robust culture is an essential skill for business leaders today.
Research and empirical data indicate that organizational culture is one of the most powerful drivers of business performance. It impacts and alters everything that happens in our clients' organizations: their business results, their services and products, the relationships with their clients and suppliers, the way their people think, go about their work and interact with one another.
With the right culture, the sky is the limit, and ordinary people can achieve extraordinary results. With the wrong culture, performing at a high level becomes impossible.
And yet, in spite of its undeniable potential, "culture" remains the most overused and misunderstood word in the business vernacular. While most leaders recognize the importance of shaping a constructive culture in their teams, they are often at a loss as to what it is, where to start and how to continue evolving it.
Executive and business coaches today need to be in a position to support their clients in developing cultural evolution proficiency: the ability to cultivate a culture that brings their vision to life.