Dear Community members,
In a world of increased complexity and competition, getting your culture right is the most important – and the most difficult – task confronting many organizations.
To help meet this challenge, please join us on Thursday, August 2nd (8:00 am – 10:00 am, Alberta Financial Arts & Culture, 102 8 Avenue Southwest, Calgary) for a two hour session led by global brand leader, Hilton Barbour who will engage attendees in a discussion of how to create a world-class brand and culture that accelerates organizational success.
To reserve your seat (includes breakfast) for our session entitled, “Building A World-Class Culture: Lessons From Globally Admired Organizations” go to this URL today: https://tinyurl.com/ybqpnsbn
Drawing on over 30 interviews from some of the most admired (and coveted) organizations in the world, Hilton Barbour will be discussing critical lessons and actionable examples you can implement within your organization.
How does Starbucks and Southwest Airlines consistently get it right? How does an organization like Microsoft scale Culture to over 120,000 employees worldwide? What have Ogilvy Worldwide and Anheuser-Busch learnt from refining their Cultures?
Expect some lively debate and provocative opinion as only Hilton can deliver.
Operating at the intersection of Strategy, Culture and Purpose, I’ve a passion for creating winning brands. I do this by helping businesses become better communicators with employees and customers, more effective at creating extraordinary customer experiences and more adept at handling change.
Why Clients Hire Me
Brands I’Ve Worked With
— Coca-Cola, IBM, Nokia, Minto, PwC, EY, Shaw, Autodesk, TrendMicro, KFC, Nestle, J&J, McDonalds, Telus…and Enron
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