CULTURE REJUVENATION: Shaping a Values-Driven Culture

  • 17 Jun 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Franklin University, Phillips Hall Room 220, Columbus, 43215

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  • Email Matt at mattmorbitt@gmail.com for the super-secret code.

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DATE CHANGE: THE CORRECT DATE FOR THIS EVENT WAS INITIALLY POSTED AS JUNE 24 AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN FOR JUNE 17.

We are pleased to have Tom Rausch and Midge Streeter co-facilitate our June discussion around many of the topics evolving from the culture rejuvenation movement, including:  skills, competencies and resources required to develop, support and implement culture shaping initiatives.

“Culture” is the hot buzzword in business these days, and with good reason.  As CEOs embrace the impact of shaping and guiding culture shifts, more and more news is in the forefront that causes organizational development practitioners to question their role in support of culture rejuvenation initiatives. 

The chatter is coming from all directions of research, application, theory and practice.  Many of the thought leaders in culture rejuvenation are CEO’s who are successfully guiding their organizations to higher levels of performance through engaging employees, customers and stakeholders in dialog round a higher purpose

Corporate higher purpose is a movement within an organization designed to galvanize hearts and minds of customers and employees which creates greater loyalty and focus around common cause of inspiration in addition to economic outcomes.

Leaders at the forefront of corporate culture rejuvenation include: John Mackey, cofounder of Whole Foods; Simon Sinek, author of First Ask Why and Leaders Eat Last; Douglas Conant, former CEO of Campbell Soup; Jac Fitz-enz, CEO of Human Capital Source; Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos; and Kip Tindell, CEO of The Container Store.

Tom is CEO of Leadership Beyond Limits where he is focused on the interrelated areas of Senior Team Cohesion, Culture Measurement, and Culture Transformation through Performance Coaching .  Tom also served on the Board of Capital City ODN as VP of Marketing.

Midge is current VP of Programming for Capital City ODN and Director of Talent Management and Culture at Sequent.   Midge focuses on all aspects of organizational development including: Executive Coaching, Change Management, Leadership Development, Employee Engagement and assessment tools, and Culture Rejuvenation.


 

 

 

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