I’d like you to be aware of the upcoming workshop co-offered by New Jersey Organization Development and TCU Center for Connection Culture that is being opened up to outside individuals for a limited time. Here is a rare opportunity for you to experience the workshop we do for institutions and consider whether to bring it to your own organization. I hope to see you there!
I look forward to giving the afternoon keynote address at the 2016 Annual Sharing Day hosted by NJ Organization Development. This year’s program will focus on exploring a deeper understanding of what’s really needed from leaders in today’s chaotic and ever changing business climate. Click the links below for registration details.
Recently, I had the pleasure of taking part in a webinar hosted by Everyday Ambassador, a consulting firm that brings the principles of connection to individuals, schools, and organizations involved in volunteering, travel, and study abroad. Watch the video of our full conversation.
This April, I will be teaching a three-part webinar series on Connection Culture for HRDQ-U. In it, you will learn:
Three types of subcultures in organizations;
The six human needs to thrive;
The five elements of a Connection Culture;
Best practices of individuals who create Connection Cultures; and
Join me on Tuesday, January 5 for a webinar on creating a life-giving culture in your healthcare organization. Hosted by the Greater Chicago Chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), the webinar will address how to improve your organization’s culture through greater connection.
I look forward to discussing the building blocks of a Connection Culture and how this type of culture provides a competitive advantage at the Organization Development Network of New York (ODNNY) meeting on January 21.