Creating Cultures of Significance
Candid. Passionate. Relevant. Doug Lipp is on a mission to help organisations strengthen their corporate culture, boost performance, amplify employee morale, and unapologetically, have fun while doing it.
Doug is one of the most trusted and respected business speakers and coaches in the world and is sought after for his expertise in helping organisations build adaptive, world-class service cultures that fuel growth and long-term success.
He is a distinguished, best-selling author and former head of training team at the legendary Disney University corporate headquarters. He has established a career and shaped an industry around the idea that culture is the pre-eminent factor driving business success. Doug's speaking engagements are customised to each audience, but typically revolve around the following topics:
Lessons From Disney U: the Wonderful World of an Enduring Brand
Disney stands the test of time as the ultimate icon of applied imagination. How did Walt Disney create "The Happiest Place on Earth?" What are the secrets behind its employee development dynasty? And how does it reinforce its organisational values, culture and brand on a day-to-day basis?
During this animated and high-energy keynote speech, you'll learn how Disney continues to capture and inspire the hearts and minds of thousands of employees around the globe through an unwavering devotion to the core values established by Walt himself. Learn how Disney University Founder Van France has brought to life — for generations of employees —Walt's timeless values of Innovate, Support, Educate and Entertain.
Organisational Culture: It's More Than a Coat of Paint
Leaders build the culture, live the culture, and reinforce the culture every single day. Leadership has always set the tone within an organisation, but today there's growing consensus that a winning and sustainable culture is only achieved when it is 'actively' steeped throughout the entire organisation.
In this program, Doug persuasively demonstrates that organisational culture is much more than a coat of paint daubed on the walls of a building. "Culture" is the cornerstone of success and supports your business performance and all operations. As such, it's uniquely yours and almost impossible for competitors to copy.
The Magic of Exceptional Customer Service
How has Disney managed to keep its employees and customers so fiercely devoted to the brand? How has it managed to continually top the charts as one of the world's most loved brands? How can you learn from its practices to catapult your organisation's service strategies to even higher levels? Learn the four components that are at the heart of Disney University: Innovate. Support. Educate. Entertain.
Discover how legendary service is a delicate balance between art and science. "Doing the ordinary in an extraordinary fashion" isn't rocket science; customer service excellence must be ingrained throughout your culture. In this ever-changing economy, more companies than ever are realising the strategic importance of transforming their service culture to differentiate themselves from competitors.
Even Monkeys Fall From Trees
The best and the brightest make mistakes. However, the ability to learn from setbacks, then bounce back even stronger is the hallmark of market leaders. Join Doug as he discusses Walt Disney's unrivalled focus on creating one of the strongest teams of dreamers and doers in the world. "Change or perish" defines the innovative Disney culture. Doug takes you behind-the-scenes to discover how Disney pushed through obstacles by relentlessly challenging the status quo in literally every corner of the company.
It's a Small, Small World
Walt Disney had it right all those years ago... "it is a small world". And guess what? It's getting even smaller. Mobility and greater access to multicultural markets is heralding in exciting, new opportunities for organisations willing to raise their diversity IQ. In this powerful and cutting-edge presentation, Doug Lipp shows that regardless of whether your organisation is selling globally, the face of the customer is changing.
Gone are the days of managing or marketing to a homogenous group. Customer groups, employees, channel partners, and shareholders now represent different cultures, generations, and ways of thinking. Organisations must adjust— or be willing to lose—in their global battle for market share.