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CODIC Learning and Practice Symposium: Your Organization’s DNA: Taking Culture Out of the Shadows

  • Saturday, March 11, 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Kindlon Hall Rm 164, Benedictine University, Lisle, IL

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Networking from 8:30 to 9:00, program from 9:00 to Noon

Your Organization’s DNA: Taking Culture Out of the Shadows





Organizational Culture is critical to every organization. Culture is “how work gets done”. Some organizations crack the code to distinguishing themselves and sustaining success by purposefully aligning culture to their strategy. The physical structures, business processes and systems, and behaviors become easier to manage and change when the culture is aligned to the strategy of the organization. Walk away understanding:

  • The difference between a healthy culture and a purposefully aligned culture
  • The culture most critical to achieve strategic goals, and how to apply it to your organization
  • Identify and measure the often hidden aspects of culture
  • Proven techniques to more quickly create real culture change
  • Develop skills and techniques to achieve lasting strategy culture alignment

Michael Stewart, Managing Director has more than 20 years of human resource consulting experience in the areas of leadership development, organizational effectiveness and performance management. Prior to joining Work Effects, Michael was a Senior Partner for Questar Data Systems where he helped grow the organization by over 257% in three years.  Michael was a Practice Leader for NCS/Pearson Organizational Assessments, where he partnered with David Campbell and Marshal Goldsmith to implement hundreds of leadership and organizational development initiatives. He has an MBA from the University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Communications and Management Information Systems from the University of Wisconsin. 

 

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