Cultural change is difficult, so much so, organizations rarely know where to start. Organizations usually start with structure or tools, which are relatively easy to change but don’t yield long-term competitive advantages. Some will go deeper, focusing on reward systems and performance measures, and a few will even pursue true behavioral change. These initiatives are great, but they don’t result in a purposeful culture.
Through this webinar, they will guide participants through shifting the way attendees approach their work (culture) to be in line with their organization’s direction and goals (strategy). Strategy culture alignment is unique to each organization, and creates the differentiator your competitors wish they had.
Michael Stewart, for the past 25 years, has consulted to hundreds of organizations ranging from the Fortune 50 to small non-profits. He has partnered with numerous thought leaders and organizations including David Campbell, Marshall Goldsmith, Blanchard, CCL, Covey, Lominger, Korn/Ferry and others. He is known for data driven solutions that appeal to the strategic
CEO, the strategic Human Resources leader, and the practitioner. Michael Stewart’s team of Ph.D. consultants and industry leaders has conducted hundreds of executive leadership programs, coaching engagements, training courses and delivered more than 4.5 million surveys working with organizations in more than 90 countries. His holistic approach aligns the leadership and culture of an organization to better execute their strategic intent.
Margaret Bill Quandt
Margaret Billy Quandt is an executive coach and consultant with over 17 years of experience working with leaders and their teams to achieve extraordinary workplace results.
Margaret is the founder and owner of Metro & Wythe Leadership, LLC, a leadership consulting and coaching firm. She is also a leadership consultant and coach for Artixan Consulting Group, LLC. Margaret additionally teaches part-time in the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. She started her career in Human Resources working for Bristol Myers Squibb, where she partnered with leaders and their organizations around team effectiveness, performance management and change management. She later went on to run a global leadership development program for the top 3% of management and led the emerging middle management coach practice at Citigroup. Margaret then globally ran Talent Management for Anheuser Busch InBev and headed a large, multi-geographic HR team within Skanska, USA.