Leading with a Positive Accountability Culture
December 7 at Noon CST/11am MST Overview: How often do we hear “positive” and “accountability” used together to describe a business culture? Too often, accountability is only mentioned when it’s lacking or
December 7 at Noon CST/11am MST
How often do we hear “positive” and “accountability” used together to describe a business culture? Too often, accountability is only mentioned when it’s lacking or absent, and “positive business culture” is only used to describe the happiness level of a workforce. The truth of today’s business environment is that change is rapid, and our speed of response depends on the proactive accountability of our people. This session provides tangible tools and methods to help leaders establish expectations and build positive, principled accountability into the business culture using human behavior principles from change management theory.
CEs: NHA & SW
Presenter: Kristen McReynolds, Director, Business Excellence, EAPC Architects and Engineers
Kristen McReynolds is known for providing leaders with immediately actionable tools and strategies to improve team health, to ensure accountability, and to drive successful change within organizations. She is the current Director of Business Excellence for EAPC Architects Engineers, is a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, a Just Culture Champion, an Executive Coach, and a Change Management Practitioner. Over the last 18 years, Kristen has led Process Improvement initiatives in numerous industries—from healthcare to higher education and manufacturing to local government. She has coached hundreds of leaders toward successful strategy execution using team-based problem-solving and a culture of positive accountability. Her diverse industry experience offers a unique perspective on how industry-specific dynamics interact with business culture to impact a team’s success and stability. Kristen helps leaders identify and focus on what they can do with what they have by leveraging team strengths, understanding intrinsic motivation, and building a shared vision.
Registration is free for SDAHO Members and $49 for Non-Members.
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(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm(GMT-06:00)