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Course Name: Nonprofit Leadership Forum: Culture & You
Course Categories: Organizational & Leadership Development
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Course Overview: Culture & You: A Game Plan for Creating an Energized, Powerful and Competitive Workplace Culture.

A part of the Nonprofit Leadership Forum Lunch & Learn Series, this seminar will will feature Dr. Sherry Nooravi, organizational psychologist and Principal of Strategy Meets Performance, a leadership consulting firm that has been connecting strategy and performance for non-profit, fast-growth and Fortune 500 companies for more than 20 years.

The Seminar will discuss:
• Recognize and Coach Culture Killers™: How to recognize and coach the five Culture Killers™ that negatively impact your business and cause poor customer service, confusion and chaos among your people, disengaged teams and the departure of high performing employees
• How to Manage Change: Know that change that “sticks” requires a plan. The WALK IT™ Model for Building Organizational Culture™ will help ensure you cover all the steps: (W) Walk the talk; (A) Align the senior team; (L) Look at and assess your culture; (K) Know and keep your plan; (I) Integrate your values and (T) Track your progress.
• Inside Out: How to Manage You: How to MIND™ your Business and Life so you can thrive professionally and personally (Mindset, Inspire, Navigate Presence, Dare to Create).

Dr. Sherry Nooravi was recently awarded “Trailblazer of the Year” for her published research on the best practices of CEOs of high performing organizations. For her community work, she has been recognized as “A Voice to Listen to” in La Jolla and “Citizen of the Year” for successfully applying her professional expertise to community development for San Diego residents and visitors. On a global level, she is a proponent for literacy as a means of eradicating poverty and strengthening communities and has supported Room to Read in building schools and libraries in developing countries such as Africa, Nepal, India and Vietnam.