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    Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast

    Date: May 22, 2013, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    NOTE: Speaker begins promptly at 11:30am
    Holiday Inn, Manitowoc
    At the door: $20 non-prepaid member; $30 guest
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    Wednesday, May 22, 2013

    Holiday Inn, Manitowoc

    Meeting Registration from 11:00-11:15am

    Lunch will be served at 11:15 am

    Announcements at 11:25 am

    Speaker to begin promptly at 11:30am




    Hear the story of an organization as it dealt with the throws of radical culture change demanded by the environment, implemented by a new executive, and experienced by mid-management and staff. Using the Denison Organizational Culture Model and Survey a baseline measurement was taken, areas of the culture targeted for development, actions were planned and implemented, and progress monitored.

    In this session, you will:

    • Learn a practical, research-based model for measuring and affecting organizational culture.

    • Discuss opportunities and challenges involved in culture change in organizations.

    • Learn about practices that impact culture change, positively and negatively.

    Presenter Scott Savage provides executive coaching, leader development, group facilitation and team development solutions. He has more than twenty years of experience providing Training and Development to leaders in business, government, education and nonprofit organizations. His experience is punctuated with stints as a corporate trainer, semi-truck driver, facilitator, team coach, human resource manager, deckhand, and steel worker. Scott helps organizations deal with the learning and adaptation of change. He understands the customer's organization, history and culture in order to create a learning process that will meet its needs. He is a recognized provider of leadership, team development, and conflict management solutions. Focus areas are helping clients understand human and organizational dynamics, teamwork, and corporate culture. As an experienced Peer Learning Network Facilitator, Scott has worked on individual and organizational development needs with CEOs and presidents of fast growth companies. Scott brings: Degrees in Psychology from Southern Illinois University and Business Education from the University of Minnesota. Professional Certificate in Training and Development in Business and Industry Consulting Pairs certification in Diversity Training The facilitator trainer for the Wisconsin PeerSpectives Network MBTI and Myers-Briggs applications to business. Advanced training from Otto Kroeger, the Association for Psychological Type, Roger Pearman, and more.





    Lunch will include a hot and cold buffet with soup, salad and dessert bar. Coffee, tea or milk is included.

    Registration is required. Please register even if you have prepaid your meeting fees!

    To register: Call Terri Hollen at 320-4023 by Friday, May 17 at 4 PM


    Meeting Fees are $20.00 for non-prepaid members and $30.00 for guests

    Cancellation Policy: LAHRA reserves the right to bill for no-shows if notice of cancellation is not received by 4 PM on Friday, May 17.