Building a High-Performing Culture





In Asia, the current level of employee engagement is between 6 - 12%. That means more than 88% of your workforce is disengaged. You might have reports with graphs that show your business is doing okay. You have made a profit. You have made your numbers. However, how many of those reports showed the gap between how you did and how you could have done? That gap is opportunity, the potential value of cultural capital.

Organisational culture is all about HOW people work together.

In this workshop, you will learn the ABC’s of cultural transformation, a blueprint for cultural change, and find out HOW to engage the intellect and emotions, the head and the heart, to build a high performing workplace.

27 Sept 2018, Thurs

 2.00PM – 5.00PM

SCCCI Conference Room
9 Jurong Town Hall Road
#04-01 Jurong Town Hall
Singapore 609431

$20 (SCCCI Members)
$50 (Public)

Workshop Outline:

- The value of cultural capital, the new business paradigm of the 21st century,

- Map, measure and manage corporate culture as a competitive advantage and capital resource.

- The 9 steps to building a high performing workplace.

*Inclusive of course book “Conscious Culture: How to Build a High Performing Workplace through Leadership, Values, and Ethics”.

Who should attend:
CEOs, Leaders, HR Management, Management Teams, Team Leaders, Supervisors

About the Trainer

Joanna Barclay is a recognised Top 30 Global Up and Coming Guru on Organisational Culture. A Global Keynote Speaker and published author on cultural transformation, and conscious value-based leadership, inspiring leaders to build high performing workplace cultures. She is an award winning consultant with over 3 decades of success facilitating the transformation of leadership teams and organisations.

Audiences love the energy and passion Joanna has for people and her work which focuses on how to bring engagement and happiness into the work environment. Her specialty is speaking at global conferences, awakening leadership potential to make a difference.


For enquiries, please email Ms Emelyn Wong at