Doing the Impossible Through Training: Creating Culture Change


Author & CEO, Group Harmonics
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An organization’s culture is a set of precedents, approaches that have worked in the past that get applied to the present.  Culture is dynamic, and it influences everything else about the workplace: perceptions, decisions, output, and stress levels.  Though it often feels like an immutable force, in reality it is nothing more than a set of behavioral patterns that has perpetuated over time throughout the human network of the workplace.  So, it can be changed...through training!

In anticipation of his "mini-sims" presentation at the 2016 Training Magazine conference, author and CEO Ed Muzio will show you how he uses training to do the impossible: create culture change.  You'll experience one of his mini-sims in a virtual format, and you'll see how a tiny little exercise can be leveraged to a systematic behavioral change.  In the process you'll have a little fun, and get a glimpse into how a little experience can go a long, long way. 

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.

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