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CulturePro(TM) Video Series

The CulturePro Series™ is an online video series of educational and training modules designed specifically for the healthcare industry.  These videos focus on Culture as the principal driver of performance within your hospital, clinic, office, etc.  Grounded in the Champions Way(TM) philosophy that a well-designed and practiced culture is the key to championship performance, Dr. Daniel K. Zismer and Super Bowl Champion, Ben Utecht, have created a unique, affordable, and scalable approach to reaching every individual within your organization.  The foundation of the curriculum is based on the premise that championship cultures are the leaders' choice (and responsibility), and as such, your organization's culture is intentionally Decided, Designed, Deployed, and Directed.

The Rookie Series

The Rookie Series is a two-module package designed to introduce all employees, leaders and emerging leaders, to culture in organizations. Training will include practical and basic understandings of how culture affects performance of teams in organizations. The series also provides a framework for the user to build his or her personal “game plan” for becoming a culture leader within the organization. At Keystone we believe the Rookie Series is the foundation for creating high-performing and sustainable culture and that every member of an organization mustbe unified in understanding “what is culture, and how does it affect an organization?”

The Veteran Series

The Veteran Series is a comprehensive, “graduate-level” library of ten learning modules designed and produced for seasoned leaders who choose to take their understanding and skills in leading culture to a championship level. Seasoned “vets” can select one or all modules for self-development and as the basis for teaching those they lead. Keystone’s Veteran Series is the elite-level training program for healthcare leaders to fine-tune and practice their skills as leaders of culture in high-performing organizations.