- January Chapter Meeting
January 27, 2017
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Understanding how organizational performance is driven by culture and what you can do about it
With presenter David Hasenbalg, ACC
Attendees will receive 1.5 CCEs in Core Competencies
On-time registration ends at noon on January 20th. Late registration closes midnight January 25. Walk-ins welcome (with $5 late fee).
Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” This is particularly true in today’s work environment. Using real-world case studies like Wells Fargo, Enron, Nordstrom, and Disney, Dave will illustrate the fundamental elements of organizational culture in a way that enables participants to see culture in a new way: the way it actually works. In this interactive program, participants will learn how behavior, practices, and conversations shape culture at the team-level and how teams interact to shape the culture of an overall organization. This is true organizations of all types: from commercial to non-profits, and from large corporations to family owned businesses.
This session is applicable to leaders in organizations, coaches who work with leaders, and people who just want to be more effective in the organizations in which they work.
Upon completion of the session, participants will be able to:
- Describe key elements of culture
- Identify the 4 organizational systems that drive cultural behaviors and practices
- Understand some of the most common culture measurement methods
- Learn how to listen for clues on culture in client meetings
- Help clients increase awareness of those actions that will be accepted in the culture
- COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY (Actively Listening)
- FACILITATING LEARNING AND RESULTS (Creating Awareness and Designing Actions)
David Hasenbalg is THRUUE’s Chief Performance Officer and Managing Director. From his service as a U.S. Army officer to senior executive roles in various organizations, he brings best-in-class expertise in leadership, teams, culture, executive coaching, operations management, and process improvement. David has spent his career helping the C-Suite and leaders throughout organizations develop new patterns of behavior, implement practices of responsible collaboration, create high-performing teams, and adopt effective communication to establish dynamic, engaging cultures that dramatically improve the bottom-line.
Chief Performance Officer and Managing Director at Thruue, Inc.
235 Main St., Suite 227, Madison, NJ 07940