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Group culture exists everywhere – countries, families, soccer fields on a Saturday morning. Essentially anytime a group of people “live” together in any form, cultures and sub-cultures emerge. Our workplaces are no different. During this session, we’ll explore the ins and outs of organizational culture. Specifically, we’ll look at what organizational culture is; how it forms; and why it’s important. From there, we’ll dive into how HR leaders can influence culture and build alignment between organization culture and talent management practices.
1. Gain a clear understanding of what organizational culture is and how it forms.
2. Explore the importance of culture and the role it plays in organizational effectiveness.
3. Learn strategies for how HR leaders can influence organizational culture and build alignment with talent management practices.
Ms. Frye has been actively advancing Core Consulting’s Beliefs & Values throughout her diversified career in human resources, strategic planning, and communications. Ms. Frye is a seasoned organizational development practitioner, specializing in strategic planning and support of the full talent management lifecycle, including onboarding, leadership development, employee engagement, learning and development, and performance management.
Ms. Frye has served primarily in internal consultancy roles in both local and global environments and in both the private and public sectors. Prior to founding Core in 2014, Ms. Frye served as the Global Communication & Talent Development Manager at Hobsons, an education technology solutions provider. Through her work with Hobsons, she supported a global workforce in the US, UK, and Asia Pacific markets primarily in the areas of leadership development, performance management, internal communications, and employee engagement.
In addition to her work in the private sector, Ms. Frye also spent seven years in the storm water/wastewater industry at a public utility in Northern Kentucky (SD1). During her tenure at SD1, Ms. Frye had responsibility over the Employee Development, Safety and Information Technologies functions. Ms. Frye also led SD1’s strategic planning initiatives through the development and measurement of goals, objectives, and key performance indicators. Formally positioned in the Human Resources function at SD1, Maggie gained exposure and hands-on experience to all facets of HR’s strategic and tactical roles within an organization.
RSVP by: May 8, 2019
*PrePayment is required to attend. Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted.
No refunds will be provided after May 6, 2019.
Please note there is an additional $10 registration fee for walk-ins. Walk-ins are not guaranteed a spot after online registration closes.
Thank you to our meeting Sponsors!
Strategic HR, inc.