May Learning Circle Session: A Session focused on Transformative Idea for your Organization
Transform Your Organizational Culture
with Positive Psychology
Featured Speaker: Beth Ridley, MA, MBA, The Brimful LIfe
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Building a positive organizational culture doesn’t mean spending a lot of money on big transformation initiatives. In fact, when hiring expensive consulting firms to develop great strategies to foster “the best culture ever,” the strategy often ends up living in the Power Point they present and doesn’t ever infuse into the culture’s reality. The fact is, culture transformation starts at the top with a leader’s vision about what type of organizational culture they value, and then comes to life in the way those values are carried out by leaders and employees on a daily basis. The key to fostering a positive culture is to bring those values to life in the micro moments of the day. CONSISTENTLY. In this session, you will learn easy to implement solutions that can be consistently implemented to foster a positive organizational culture.
- Understand what it takes to shift organizational cultures (leadership commitment and influencing micro-moments)
- Understand positive psychology principles and best practices that can boost positivity within any organizational culture
- Learn easy ways to implement positive psychology best practices as part of an overall culture transformation initiative
ABOUT BETH RIDLEY:
Beth believes a positive, connected and committed organizational culture is critical to business success. That's why she combined her 25 years of corporate leadership experience with her expertise in diversity and inclusion and positive psychology to launch, The Brimful Life
, a company that helps build positive leaders, teams and organizational cultures.
The Brimful Life consulting services help executives and leadership teams transform organizational cultures as well as drive diversity, inclusion and engagement strategies. The Brimful Life podcast series, keynote presentations and workshops inspire and equip audiences to develop a positive mental mindset and impactful leadership competencies.Beth has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Boston and New York City.
She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Virginia, a MA in International Relations from Tufts University and an MBA from Columbia University. Beth lives a brimful life by spending time with her husband and three kids and with running, speed skating and watching cooking competition shows on TV which is ironic because she hates to cook.
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