Wednesday January 27th, 2-3pm
SIM National - SIM Women Webinar
"The Good Culture: How to build culture within your distributed workforce"
SIM Women is a network inside the SIM national association that promotes mentorship, communication and career development amongst the female members of SIM. It is a pleasure to invite you to SIM Women’s January webinar titled "The Good Culture: How to build culture within your distributed workforce" presented by Rebecca Friese on Wednesday, January 27th at 3pm Eastern. Those who register above will receive the webinar access information a day prior to the event.
Are you wondering how your organization can still maintain your values and demonstrate them even though the physical manifestations of your culture (office, environment) are gone? Our January presenter, Rebecca Friese, will share insights and ideas on how to maintain, build, or change your culture within your organization - even with a distributed workforce. She is a maven, author, and executive coach who has made the Future of Work and change management her playing field for over twenty years. Rebecca has keynoted for SIM Women previously and we're excited to have her speak for us!
Cofounder of FLYN Consulting (Future Leader You Now), Rebecca brings the wisdom of her experiences creating organizational change across the spectrum of companies—from hopeful start-ups to Fortune 500s—helping you to manage your culture and lead positive change, day by day. Rebecca's book, "The Good Culture: The Leader's Guide to Creating A Workplace That Doesn't Suck," is touted for guiding readers in figuring out what works for your company in real life, and how to chuck out what doesn’t, to bring people into the fold and support cultural growth, all the way to the top. Her blend of strategy and tactical practical will benefit us all!
The power of a "Good Culture" is something to behold, and the cost of not creating one may be more significant than you realize. Join us for an hour of interaction that will motivate and equip you to lead your own "Good Culture."