CCODN October Event: Measuring and Shaping Organizational Culture

  • 20 Oct 2011
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Franklin University, Phillips Hall, Room 220-220A, 201 S. Grant Ave.


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Measuring and Shaping Organizational Culture

This case study will detail Huntington Bank's Voice of Individual Colleague Engagement (VOICE) organizational culture survey program to define, measure, and shape its organizational culture.  The program utilizes advanced techniques to identify Employee Value Proposition profiles, key drivers of employee engagement and retention, relevant comparison norm groups, and linkages to customer satisfaction and bottom-line performance.  The program also includes an online portal of survey action planning tools, goal tracking, and reporting. 

Participants of this program will:

  • Learn about emerging and best-practice organizational culture survey methods that result in more insightful and actionable data about employees
  • Understand how one can create a sustainable organizational culture program that is integrated with and supports business strategy
  • Discuss how to shape and track culture change over time
About the Speaker

William Shepherd is the Director of Talent and Organizational Effectiveness at Huntington Bancshares (HBAN).  He is responsible for leadership development, succession planning, performance management, organizational culture, and coaching programs and processes.  Shepherd obtained his doctoral and Master's degree in industrial/organization psychology with a minor in quantitative psychology at Bowling Green State University.  He received his Bachelor's degree in finance and psychology from The University of Northern Iowa.  He is a licensed psychologist and a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).  He holds the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation.  He has recently presented at The Conference Board's conferences on Executive Coaching and Talent Management Strategies.  In addition to presenting at various conferences, his research has been published in academic journals such as Personnel Psychology, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Employment Relations Today, and the International Association for Human Resource Information Management.  He has also contributed as a subject matter expert in stories for a wide variety of media outlets such as National Public Radio and HR Magazine. 

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2011

Location:  Franklin University, Phillips Hall Room 220/220A

Visitor parking
available in lot C or D.

Time: 5:30 Check in, dinner and networking

         6:00-7:30 PM - Program

Cost: CCODN Members - $15 through October 19

         Non-members $30 through October 19
         Walk-ins/At the door - $35
         Sponsors - free

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