College hosts Madison’s Top Conference on Organizational Culture
Madison, Wis. (March 18, 2019) – Named as one of the top five conferences on organizational culture by Innovation Training, CultureConUSA is excited to announce a mini-conference being hosted by the School of Business and Center for Community Engagement & Impact at Edgewood College on March 28, 2019.
Similar to CultureConUSA’s annual two-day conference held on July 17-18, this condensed event will bring a line-up of four thought leaders speaking to inspire change in organizational culture. Registration is open at cultureconusa.org.
“The workplace is broken, and CultureCon is working to be the catalyst for change,” Zach Blumenfeld, Founder/Executive Director of CultureCon, said. “We’re expanding a dialogue about organizational culture and giving attendees in various cities actionable steps to create meaningful change within their own organizations.”
With an array of experiences in various industries, these four speakers will challenge attendees to think differently and critically about how to improve their organizations’ cultures.
“We’re honored to host this community event, and play a role in shaping the future and culture of organizations in Greater Madison,” Victoria Palmisano, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Affairs in the School of Business, said. “The availability of access to these leading-edge professionals to our students is just one more reason Madison is ideal to both study for, and launch careers that make a difference.”
MiniCultureCon of Madison brings the latest insights into organizational culture from Samantha Slade, Co-owner of Percolab and Ecto; Caleb Campbell, Chief of Staff at Bluetree Network; Annette Miller, MA ’18, CEO and Owner of EQT by Design, LLC, and Trustee of Edgewood College; and Denis Collins, Professor of Business in the School of Business at Edgewood College.
New to this condensed conference platform, Samantha Slade will be facilitating a workshop on March 29 that helps attendees develop their horizontal leadership mindset, build peer coaching skills, and provide ways for attendees to immediately use their personal leadership to create an impact in their workplace.
For those interested in attending MiniCultureCon, register online today.
This event could not be possible without the support from our presenting sponsor, Bluetree Network and our supporting sponsor, The QTI Group.
CultureCon has a mission to connect humans to inspire positive change around organizational culture. Our annual conference is hosted in Madison, Wis., with mini conferences hosted around the country. These events include keynote speakers, breakout presentations, networking opportunities, community give-back programs, The Innovation Hall, and much, much more.