Changing Culture Through Training in a Virtual, Blended World


Author & CEO, Group Harmonics
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Iterative Management Executive, Group Harmonics
Webinar Recording Details
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  • Date and Time
    Wed, Nov 03, 2021 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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    $0 (Free)
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It’s not as though culture change was easy before the pandemic.  Using training as a lever to move complex human systems into new patterns of behavior was more or less a ninja-level skill even before the whole world went on lockdown. Then everything changed, again and again (and again!). We went virtual in a sort of all-or-nothing, emergency shutdown way… and then we came back in a sort of catch-as-catch-can, hybridized, random sort of way.  Now we’re trying to get our footing, adding new ways of working to old ways of working in hopes of getting ahead of – or at least, catching up with – a rate of change that seems to be ever-accelerating.

But what about culture?  What of those ever-present patterns of behavior that exert constant influence on how we work, even as they invisibly limit or enhance what we can accomplish?  What can training do about that?

In this interactive webinar, award-winning author, CEO, and repeat Training Magazine presenter Ed Muzio teams up with Iterative Management Executive Reggie Wilson to show you how a firm specializing in wholesale culture change adapted training through the pandemic, and what stuck. In it, you’ll explore…
  • How systematic, disciplined application of simple behavioral principles becomes culture
  • How anyone, at any level, can create real impact on the broader environment – effecting permanent change gradually and systematically
  • How to seed productive, positive culture yourself, simply by enabling your colleagues and associates to create more output and experience less stress in their own work
  • What approaches the speaker’s firm added, and what they kept, as they went from live to virtual to blended, always with the same goal of changing culture through changing behavior

About Ed Muzio

Ed Muzio has been called “one of the planet’s clearest thinkers about management practice” – by someone who would know, the editor of a global management magazine. He’s one of a few management systems experts in the world who works directly with C-Suite and executive teams simultaneously to achieve significant cultural shifts throughout the organization in even the most challenging circumstances.  Maybe that’s why one reviewer called his bestselling book, Iterate, “a must read for CEO’s and leaders.” 

Focused on improving human performance through his analytical approach to culture change, Ed works with Fortune 500 leaders and managers, individual practitioners, and everyone in between. He has been featured as a workplace dynamics expert in international media ranging from CBS and The New York Post to CEOWorld and Business Management Daily.

About Reggie Wilson

With over 25 years of business experience, Reggie has worked  in a variety of roles that includes operations, product management, marketing, and sales.   He has worked in several high-profile industries for some of the largest companies in the US such as Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, Fujitsu, and OfficeMax.  It was this experience that allowed him to make a smooth transition into the world of Human Capital Management where he has spent the past decade working in sales and business development leadership roles. 

Working with people at all levels of a corporation has been a key contributor to Reggie’s success in Human Capital Management.  He began his career managing associates in a unionized operations environment and over the years began selling products and services into the C-Suite levels.  He has enjoyed several achievement awards over the course of his sales career, for which he contributes to a collaborative approach in working with people. 

Reggie is a native Texan who resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.  He has a son and daughter who are at various stages of their collegiate careers.  His hobbies include fitness activities, the outdoors, and live music. 



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