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Culture-Change SIG - February 2022 (VIRTUAL)

  • 10 Feb 2022
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • VIRTUAL
  • 53

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  • For established partner organizations, including TODN, ICF, and established ATD Chapter partnerships

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Welcome to the Culture-Change SIG 

ATD CAPABILITY MODEL: 

Personal: Collaboration & Leadership 
Professional: Career & Leadership Development, Coaching, Evaluating Impact
Organizational: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness

Description

Come join us for our first Culture-Change SIG meeting! We will discuss the agenda for future meetings and work on creating an environment where we learn from each other to create increasingly effective culture-change processes.

This will be our inaugural meeting of the culture-change SIG. We are looking forward to learning more about how this SIG can maximize value to our members. We expect participation from culture-change service providers, from HR and other leaders who can share their expertise and provide insights from a user-needs perspective.

Our goal is to make this SIG a center of excellence for providing systematic culture-change processes. While some chapter members may want to listen and learn, we welcome any SIG members to actively contribute their expertise. Our goal is to provide enough value that members will participate each month, so that our joint efforts produce cumulative improvements to what we each individually bring to this SIG.

Changes in business environments created by many factors including the technology tsunamis of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the ripple effects of the coronavirus require increasingly frequent, systematic culture-changes. We intend to work collectively on raising the bar in making methodical changes to such cultural elements as business models, strategies, operating processes, and even missions.  You are welcome to join us!

Please come prepared to discuss your insights into why changing business cultures is so difficult.


Presented By: 


Barry Borgerson


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