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Webinar: The DNA of a Highly Engaged Culture
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When: Wednesday, November 28, 2018
1:00 PM (Eastern Time)
Where: United States


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The DNA of a Highly Engaged Culture

We all know that the best-laid plans can go astray, and many of us have seen this played out in an organizational context. We struggle to translate theory and knowledge into the practice of inspiring people, to help our organizations realize a larger impact in the community, or to facilitate change with an eye toward improved performance. We also know from the research (Harvard Business Review, June 2000) that approximately 70 percent of change efforts fail, one of the primary reasons being that organizational culture isn’t considered. Learn about our recent nonprofit culture study which explores the DNA of a highly engaged culture within this sector and leave with tools we as change agents can use to proactively cultivate cultural change.

Learning Objectives

  1. stand the elements that make up culture
  2. Understand the DNA of an engaged nonprofit culture (study findings)
  3. Be able to understand and apply OD interventions in light of culture change

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Fee

OD Network Members: $15
Non-Members: $25

Presenter: Elizabeth Scott, PhD

Elizabeth Scott, PhD, founder of Brighter Strategies, provides thought leadership and high value organizational development consulting in support of a stronger social sector. Liz has provided training and consulting services in strategic planning, process-improvement, and human capital development for over 170 nonprofits and associations and has facilitated over 25 Board of Director retreats. She has served on executive leadership teams in the non-profit industry and has overseen the areas of strategy, organizational development and performance. She has extensive experience in developing and managing all aspects of an organizations quality and business improvement efforts; such as developing and administering programs, training and coaching employees, and facilitating organization-wide change. She has been a Baldrige examiner for the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a certified Standard of Excellence consultant. She is trained and experienced in delivering the Grove Consultants' Strategic Visioning, the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, the Organizational Culture Inventory, the Leadership Impact, the Drexler-Sibbet Team Performance Model, the Strength Deployment Inventory, DiSC, the ASSESS 360 system, and Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Liz is a respected and sought after speaker on the topics of leadership and board development, strategic and operational planning, and nonprofit capacity building. In addition to managing the practice, Liz holds a faculty position at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology where she teaches in the Business Psychology department. Liz holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology and a master’s degree in Organizational Sciences from The George Washington University, as well as a second masters and Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California. She lives in Falls Church, Virginia with her husband and two dogs.

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