April Program- Five Power Tools for Culture Change
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Did you know that 95% of candidates believe that workplace culture is more important than compensation? Culture matters. Join us for an informative presentation on workplace culture by Lynn Moline, Owner and President of Lynn Moline Associates and Steve Swain, Owner and President of CNH Machine. Together, they will explore five power tools for shaping culture.

4/19/2016
When: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
11:30 AM
Where: Minneapolis Marriott Northwest
7025 Northland Dr N
Brooklyn Park, MN  55428
United States


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Did you know 95% of candidates believe work culture is more important than compensation?
Learn how to improve yours with the Five Power Tools for Shaping Culture

Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM   (includes lunch)

Location: Minneapolis Marriott Northwest-- 7025 Northland Dr. N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55428

Culture matters. It’s a company’s personality and it ultimately influences how well a company performs. Join us for an informative presentation on work culture by Lynn Moline, Owner and President of Lynn Moline Associates, Inc. and Steve Swain, Owner and President of CNH Machine. Lynn Moline has helped hundreds of manufacturing leaders to improve business results through change and healthier cultures; Steve Swain is a seasoned small business executive who has spent the past year deliberately re-shaping the culture at the company he purchased in late 2014. Together, they’ll explore five power tools for shaping culture. Lynn and Steve will bring these power tools to life with examples and stories from real-life experiences, and with just enough theory to provide a framework. Join us for the conversation!

  

This program is sponsored by Anchor Bank

Registration deadline: Thursday, April 14, 2016

*Cancellation Policy: All cancellation requests must be made no less than 72 business hours in advance of the meeting. Cancellations made less than 72 business hours in advance, including no-shows, will be billed for the meeting if not pre-paid.