Keen to develop your company's culture but find you don't get as much value as you hope for from big events and meetups? Find you're often at a different level to others in the room, meaning you don't learn as much as you'd like? Can't always attend events in-person?
Sign up to the Culturevist Company Culture Bootcamp.
Guided Six Week Course
Six structured 90 minute group workshops offering a high-value peer-to-peer learning experience. These will be online with each of us participating using group video calls. Between each session there will be tasks to work on independently that could take approximately an hour each week.
You'll leave the course having deepened your understanding in multiple aspects of company culture. These will be based on real-world examples and insights.
Learn In A Handpicked Small Team
We've found people learn best in small teams with things in common and difference, rather than in big rooms of the people who happen to turn up. You will be placed into a tight multi-company team of up to 5-7 people and we'll learn from each other. The 'external' perspectives will help to inform your thinking and keep it fresh.
You'll form a personal support network that you can continue to communicate with for help beyond the bootcamp.
Get Help With Specifics & Create A Personalised Action Plan
Rather than just hearing abstract theory or so-called 'best practice', you'll share the specific cultural challenges/opportunities you're most interested in, and receive specialist advice from your peers and Matthew Partovi.
You'll create a personalised 'action plan' for how you'll strengthen your company's culture as a result of participating in the bootcamp. Actual activities you and your colleagues can do to see impact.
SELECT THE BOOTCAMP MOST RELEVANT TO YOU
A) I'm a Beginner keen to learn what company culture is and how to develop it
I may have been tasked with developing our company culture, or just want to start from beginning.
B) I work in a growing startup or small-medium sized company
I'm pretty sure I 'get' the basics of company culture. I'm looking to learn how to develop our company's culture as we grow and scale.
C) I work in an established or large company
I'm pretty sure I 'get' the basics of company culture. I'm looking to learn how we can develop culture despite the bureaucracy and complexity.
Dates: When enough people have registered interest in one of the groups, you'll be written to with the next course dates.
Cost: The six week bootcamp experience is GBP £960 (approximately USD $1170), payable once your place has been confirmed, in advance of beginning of course.
Application Deadline: Register your interest as soon as possible as space is extremely limited - to create a rich learning environment there are only 5-7 places on each Bootcamp.
Participation: To help team bonding, we'll participate using our video and voice on either our laptop/computer or mobile device. The Bootcamp is currently in English.
Additional Info: Future bootcamps may be run at alternative timezones to make it easier for people in other locations - let us know if you'd like that. Things are subject to change. Write to us using the form below if you have any questions.
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REGISTER YOUR INTEREST FOR A PLACE
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When's the next Bootcamp?
The next is Bootcamp B - "I work in a growing startup or small-medium sized company". It will be happening for 6 weeks from Mon 24 October 2016. If you're interested in joining this one, or another Bootcamp group, fill in the form above and we'll let you know when the next bootcamp relevant to you is.
Q. Which other companies would be in my Bootcamp team? (I realise this is tbc but would be good to get an idea of the types of companies I'd be working with).
You'll be grouped with people who I think share some similarities so that there will be relevance and value. This may be people with a similar level of authority, in an organisation with a similar story/context to yours, etc. The idea is there should be similarities for you to learn from and differences so things are fresh and you benefit from additional perspective.
Q. Is there an option to do the sessions face to face instead of doing it online?
I like your thinking. I'm a huge fan of face-to-face and I much prefer networking that way too, though this gets limited when people who could learn and contribute a lot can't commit to meeting in person for each of the weeks due to being in a different location or other commitments (such as child care). I've experienced so many poor online learning experiences, and am keen to make sure this is instead a wonderful and valuable one. I guess it's a bit similar to the way I've experienced a lot of poor in-person events, and I've tried to create refreshing in-person experiences, and the aim is to do similar online here. This won't be just logging on and watching broadcast content and chatting by a few lines of text. A lot of the content will be based on your/other-participants' actual needs, and it will be very peer-to-peer. We'll communicate with each other in real-time on video - hopefully it will be a good chance for us to have a great experience of online learning that we can take back to our own companies. If you're in a Bootcamp with some others in the same physical location as you, perhaps you could choose to arrange to meet up in person with them in between sessions to work on the 'homework' together, or get together in person to continue to support each other after the bootcamp.