Come celebrate all that ACMP has accomplished in 2019...and learn a little something too!
About this Event
What a year it has been! Join us for our year-end celebration as we reflect on all the growth and changes we've seen this year. Plus, you won't want to miss our special guest, Tim McCleary, Managing Director of The Involvement Practice. Read more about Tim below.
Tim will present The Black Box of Change. Culture is defined in many ways these days. Tim defines it simply as “how work gets done.” With that in mind, he set out on a journey more than a dozen years ago to shift how work gets done through direct employee involvement. Tim and his team of involvers have brought their approach to such companies as Amazon, Heineken, Cleveland Clinic, BMO and Coke.
This session will help you understand:
• The top three reasons 70% of all changes fail inside organizations
• Two reasons most employees are not keeping up with today’s pace of change
• A proven, three-step approach to "culture change activation"
• Two examples of the approach in action at name brand companies
Your ticket price include drinks and appetizers. Door prizes will be given out as well. Networking will start at 5:30 p.m. and the formal program will begin at 6:30 p.m. to give everyone plenty of time to get to Optimist Hall. We will wrap up around 8 p.m.
If you or your organization is interested in sponsoring this event, contact Julie Gawle at email@example.com for more information.
Tim McCleary background and bio:
Tim McCleary is the founder and managing director of The Involvement Practice – a change activation firm specializing in culture, based in Charlotte. The firm, now 12 years old, partners with clients across the U.S. and around the world to make change happen through employee involvement. Before forming The Involvement Practice, Tim was the Global Director of Brand and Design for GE, where he implemented the worldwide rebranding of the company, building buy-in to a culture shift among its 311,000 employees.
A few fun facts about Tim: He was born in Canada, was a drummer on tour in Germany, and was a regular on the set of The Tonight Show.
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