How to Build an Intentionally Awesome Workplace Culture
Member Price: $25 • Non-Member Price: $50
January 15, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmBelltown Spaces
2815 Elliott Avenue, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98121 United States + Google Map
Devin Craig, Founder of CCG
2815 Elliott Avenue, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98121
Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
We all know culture is huge! Yet the facts don’t lie. Most people don’t feel their workplace cultures are helping them or their organizations thrive. Most of the reasons why are because we still don’t fully understand how to “do” culture.
Core of Culture
There are 3 highly interconnected foundations of culture that have to work together and be intentionally developed to build an intentional culture.
Simplify and Measure
When things get too complicated, execution becomes nearly impossible. This is especially true for something as seemingly intangible and so comprehensive like culture.
Learn What Culture Really Is and How to Do It Right
This class will teach you all the foundations of great culture. Plus, you’ll learn how to measure it and make real change and progress.
Includes individual and group activities to reinforce learning and a culture self-assessment so you’ll walk away with a simple, effective, executable plan use can start using the same day.
- $25 fee for members of The Koa Club
- $50 fee for non-members of The Koa Club
- Limited to 25 registered women participants only
Light bites and wine provided
About the Speaker
Devin Craig, founder of CCG (www.Craigconsultinggroupccg.com), is on a mission to help organizations and the people within them flourish. Specifically, by building awesome workplace cultures through honing clarity, building super people managers and highly cohesive teams. He is the author of a book called Super Manager: How to Unlock People and Organizational Performance and Potential through Great People Leadership. He has a Masters’ degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga and a Bachelors’ degree in Political Science from University of Washington. Devin has been a people manager at various levels in a wide variety of size and type organizations ranging from Fortune 500s to a small independently owned franchise and even the military. His approach to teaching, training, coaching, consulting and leading can best be described as simple, fun and effective.