Practical Steps to Creating
Real Culture Change in Your Organization
March 9, 2017
2:00 p.m. ET
Changing an organization's culture can be one of the hardest tasks faced by leaders today. While there is a lot of talk among rural telcos about the need for culture change, there remains little focus on the specific steps a company should take to bring about that change effectively. In a rapidly changing broadband environment, successful organizations must evolve to be more collaborative and innovative. This requires employees to learn new skills, adapt to changes quickly and make better use of technology to create efficiencies. But how do you change the company culture to support and encourage this new environment? This session will present real-world strategies and key takeaways that you can implement in your office on Monday morning.
- Creating a vision for your company's culture
- Educating and engaging your workforce
- Measuring and monitoring your progress
- Celebrating your success
- Chief executive officers and general managers
- Human resource professionals
- Managers and supervisors
Jeremy Graves, Principal, Pivot Group
Jeremy Graves is one of four principals with Pivot Group. He leads Pivot's telecom division and has a particular passion for training teams to create memorable customer experiences. Prior to joining Pivot, Graves served as chief operating officer for Valley TeleCom Group and director of marketing and customer service for North Central Telephone.
Location: Your Telco Online
Fee: $199 per NTCA member site, $245 per nonmember site
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