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We often recognize there is a problem in the workplace. We tend to think the problem is an employee or the workload or the market's down and our customers aren't buying right now. But the ultimate problem is workplace culture.
Driving the shift from a culture where problems went up the chain to one of performance, ownership and accountability can take time and tough conversations. If you are looking to eliminate gossip, drama and lack of performance from your organization and work in an environment of honesty, open communication, and clear responsibilities, this session is for you.
1. To understand the cost to the organization caused by employee friction, lack of communication and employee disengagement (5 Dysfunctions of a Team)
2. To understand your culpability in allowing Lack of Performance & beginning the culture conversion with "The Apology"
3. Implementing Goal Setting and the Traction Process
4. Driving Accountability through getting real about past mistakes #nofilter, Performance Metrics, monthly one-on-ones and financial transparency.
Carrie Cox is a senior consultant in organizational development and human resources, regularly working with clients across industries, including construction, and has presented to groups of 10-200 on topics including employee engagement and retention, compensation strategies, and employment law compliance. She works with business leaders as they implement their people strategies, helping them design effective programs and policies, providing management and leadership training and development, and advising on employee and management issues.
She is a member of the SHRM, currently serving as the Wichita Chapter’s Past-President. Her certifications include Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute and SHRM-CP designated by the Society for Human Resource Management. She is a certified practitioner for the MBTI and the Korn Ferry/Hay Group’s Emotional and Social Competency Inventory. Carrie was selected by the Wichita Business Journal as a 2014 HR Professionals honoree, 2015 40 Under 40 honoree, 2019 Women Who Lead, and named HR professional of the year by Wichita SHRM in 2017.