Studies consistently show that the most engaged and innovative organizations, whether in the United States or elsewhere, tend to be the most successful. What do the cultures of these companies have in common? This presentation provides five foundational keys to a strong business culture and provide ways to bring these attributes to your own businesses. These keys include:
A strong, articulated culture allows you to clearly align how you do business with partners and clients no matter where they are located. It gives a clear path to mutually beneficial understandings on day-to-day interactions. By having a clear vision of “how we do things,” we can more effectively bridge and overcome differences at all levels.
Come to learn, share, and connect with the amazing Austin international community. Let’s each increase our effectiveness in creating successful international businesses that positively impact the world.
This is a brown bag lunch and learn series. PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR LUNCH.
Carrie Vanston leads Corporate Cultures That Rock which helps organizations maximize purpose and connection to create better performance and profit with a strong view to the future. She is a consummate connector who enjoys bringing people together to connect, collaborate, and grow. She is developer of “Five Keys to an Engaged & Innovative Culture” and co-author of the award-winning book MINITRENDS: How Innovators & Entrepreneurs Discover & Profit From Business & Technology Trends. Her Five Keys feature placed #4 in the “Top 10 Articles of 2015” in Texas CEO Magazine.
She directed TFI’s popular MiniTrends Conference Series with the themes “The Integration of Profit & Social Responsibility,” “Insight, Innovation & Strategy,” and “Translating Emerging Trends into Business Opportunities.”
Carrie enjoys speaking on creating and growing strong cultures with presentations at events including Investing with Impact Conference; WorldFuture 2015; RISE Conference; Latin America Regional Project, Women in Technology Multi-Regional Project; Product Camp; The University of Texas SAGE Program; Central Texas World Future Society, West Point Society, TFI Technology Forecasting Conference, and IEEE CTCN.