CEO Roundtable | Company Culture
One definition of company culture is “the attitudes and behaviors of a company and its employees. It is evident in the way an organization’s people interact with each other, the values they hold, and the decisions they make.”
As conditions return to “normal”, affirming your company’s culture takes on even more importance, even more so since competition for labor is as intense as any of us can remember. These days it can feel like employees have the upper hand, so anything to make the work environment more welcoming and engaging can only help.
Ellen Burts-Cooper PhD is a highly respected community leader. She is the Senior Managing Partner at Improve Consulting, an instructor at Case Western Reserve University in the Weatherhead Executive Education Program and The Institute for Management Studies (IMS). She is also the author of the book Canine Instinct: A Guide to Survival and Advancement in Corporate America.
Professionally facilitated CEO Roundtable meetings provide EDGE members with an opportunity to learn with and from leaders of other mid-size companies in Northeast Ohio facing similar challenges and opportunities in a trusting and confidential environment. Exchanges are robust and attendees are challenged to bring at least two takeaways back to their organization that can be immediately applied.