Training: Workshops and Learning

How to Build a Culture of…

Thursday, September 7, 2017
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Presented by: Ed Wilson, BUILD Boston

Workshop Description

We’ve heard the phrase "culture eats strategy for breakfast" but where does one begin when thinking about shifting an organization’s culture? Fixing culture is the most critical—and the most diffcult—part of transforming your organization. This workshop will dive into the benefits of a healthy workplace culture and why it is the most important aspect of any successful organization. We will examine what happens to organizations that neglect their culture and show you how to deliberately transform the culture within your organization. Changing your nonprofit culture starts with you.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Attendees will be able to articulate ways in which culture effects their workplace
  • Understand how they themselves influences their organizations culture
  • Take appropriate actions to create an improved nonprofit culture that reflects your organization's values

Suggested Audience:

Nonprofit Leadership: Managers and Executive Directors

About the Presenter

Ed specializes in fundraising and culture development. His passion is creating nonprofit cultures that promote charitable giving and enhance individual performance. Ed earned his MBA, with a concentration in Leadership & Organizational Change, from Northeastern University, and his BA in Economics and Management from Albion College. Currently Ed is the Director of Development for BUILD Boston.  

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