2015 September Midtown GEM
Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend

Diversity & Inclusion Content Area

When: 09/16/2015
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Where: Ford Harrison (Atlantic Station)
271 17th Street NW
Suite 1900 (19th Floor)
Atlanta, Georgia  30363
United States
Contact: SHRM-Atlanta

Online registration is closed.
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

The Culture of Work for Success in the 21st Century
Diversity & Inclusion Content Area


New ways of working are being tested in countless organizations -- and in many ways the 'culture of work' is shifting underneath us as we move through our day -- and may be experienced differently based on our age, industry and how we use technology.

As HR practitioners and change agents, it is our responsibility to guide organizations through the culture shifts being tested in today's 21st century organizations such as customer community, transparency, inclusion and meaningful work.  

This session presents the key findings from the Culture of Work for the 21st Century Study. The results focus on what to retain from traditional ways of working and what to adapt. Participants will then have an opportunity to reflect upon the importance of specific culture shifts for their organization's long-term success.

Learning Objectives:
1. Expose participants to culture shifts, leading to new ways of working being tested in organization's today.

2. Understand how differing characteristics influence people's perceptions on change.

3. Reflect upon culture shifts happening or not in their organization and HR's role in shaping the culture of work.

Speaker: Teresa Kruzan, Lead Consultant, The Culture Sleuth

Terri Kruzan has been investigating the culture of work from inside organizations for over 25 years -- large & small -- public, private & non-profit -- located around the world. The purpose has always been to help leaders understand and intentionally shape the culture of their organizations for better mission/business results. Her background includes Founder of consulting firm -- the Culture Sleuth, Lead Researcher at R. Thomas Consulting & Training, Exec. Dir. of The American Institute for Managing Diversity and co-founder of an improvisational dance/theatre company. Ms. Kruzan received her MBA from Goizueta School of Business at Emory University and her BA from Mt. Holyoke College.

Thanks to our Host Sponsor: 

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Registration, Networking & Lunch
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Announcements & Speaker Presentation

Advance Registration Deadline: September 13, 2015
Cancellation Deadline: September 9, 2015

 Registration Rates:
   Advanced  On-Site
 Member  $25  $30
 Non-Member  $35  $40
 Student Member  $15  $20

If paying via check, please note that your registration will not be confirmed until payment has been received. Please mail your check, along with the invoice to:

3525 Piedmont Road
Building Five, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30305

Cancellation Policy:  Refunds will not be granted if cancellation is not received by the specified deadline. Send all cancellation notices via e-mail to info@shrmatlanta.org. Substitutions are allowed, however the non-member rate may apply. If we do not receive a cancellation notice you will be required to pay for this event, even if you are unable to attend.