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Transforming Your Organizational Culture – It’s More Than Employee Engagement

Facilitator: Alice Dendinger, SPHR

Welcome to the new world of management. Day-to-day tasks have been replaced with project work that takes weeks or months to complete. Today’s managers lead and are a part of project teams who are responsible for projects that have a direct and significant connection to the bottom line. Unfortunately, many managers today are unprepared to lead project teams. As a result, deadlines, budgets and deliverables are all at risk. Project management is a skill set that any leader can acquire with training that effectively addresses the overall processes required for success. Managers must keep each team focused, meet deadlines and adhere to a budget. A streamlined process can help pull it all together.

Reminder

PivotU Classroom & Webinar courses are scheduled based on public demand.  Let us know “I’m interested” & we’ll make it happen for you!

Also available as an on-site program.

Objectives

  • Explore the definition of organizational culture impacting the entire enterprise and how it is confused when the focus is only on employee engagement.
  • Realize how success with your company culture equals success with company profits
  • Understand what is your role is in shaping, maintaining and stewarding your organization’s culture
  • Obtain tools, resources and action plans for transforming your company culture

Who should attend

  • HR professionals who want to exercise influence on their organizational culture
  • Leaders and Managers who need tools and information to transform organizational culture

 

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Alice Dendinger, SPHR

Alice Dendinger, SPHR

PivotU founder Alice Dendinger, SPHR, is a 30-year veteran in the field of Human Resource Management and Organizational Development. She is skilled at linking HR initiatives and programs to the overall business mission and goals of an organization thus creating a positive impact to the bottom line.

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