WTF?! – 7 Cultural Changes that Matter

 

WTF?! – 7 Cultural Changes that Matter

Date/Time: Thursday, May 16, 2019 9:00 am Pacific Daylight Time
Panelist(s) Info: Chris Dyer, CEO of PeopleG2 and author of “The Power of Company Culture”
Duration: 1 hour

Are you stuck figuring out where to focus (WTF) to improve engagement and performance? After years of research and countless interviews with top leaders, Chris Dyer has uncovered seven key ingredients that matter in every workplace. These unconventional factors have the power to transform any culture, kick-starting productivity, performance, and profits.

In this dynamic and interactive keynote, Chris shares the seven things every leader can do better to improve culture and make a real difference, from c-suite all the way down to new managers. Audience members will assess their effectiveness with all seven pillars of workplace culture, and learn where they stand.

And seriously, WTF?! Do you make your strengths stronger or improve your weaknesses? Come find out!

Learning Objectives:

  • Uncovering the top seven things that make a difference at work
  • Learning how to better budget time and effort to make improvements
  • Developing a personal plan for WTF
  • How to make it happen

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What Are They Saying

 

“Chris’s book is the book every CEO will have on their desk this year. Start tackling the biggest areas for growth while evolving your company to stay ahead and inspire. A must-read!”

–– Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times No 1 bestselling author

 

“Chris has invaluable tools to help any company assess the state of their culture and implement meaningful change to transform their organization from the inside out.”

–– Alison Hadden, Head of Brand Strategy at Glassdoor.

 

“When I think of the best companies and my personal experience working with Fortune 500 companies, I think of culture and leadership. When I think of how to do it, I think of Chris Dyer.”

–– Steve Canal, MillerCoors National Community Affairs and Bestselling Author of Mind of a Winner