March 15, 2019
Sometimes working with senior leaders can be frustrating and difficult due to their tendency to minimize understanding and the importance of cultural competency in organizations. Organizational goals and priorities make it very difficult to have access and spend time with leaders on these important discussions. What can change this? A strong case for culture and resilience. Sustainable growth and improvement is a deliberate strategy of which culture is the primary ingredient in achieving organizational effectiveness. This workshop will spend the day discussing and exploring the power of intercultural competency in the C-suite.
Dr. Todd Conklin spent 25 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory as a Senior Advisor for Organizational and Safety Culture. He has been working on the Human Performance program for the last 15 years of his 25-year career. Todd holds a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from the University of New Mexico. He speaks all over the world to executives, groups and work teams who are interested in better understanding the relationship between the workers in the field and the organization’s systems, processes, and programs. Todd’s Pre-Accident Investigations: An introduction to Organizational Safety is a bestselling book on safety wherein he defines safety as “the ability for workers to be able to do work in a varying and unpredictable world.” He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and thinks that human performance and cultural complexity is the most meaningful work he has ever had the opportunity to live and teach.