Are you struggling to build a culture that attracts and retains the right people and delivers strong financial results? Learn how 32 companies including Netflix and Southwest Airlines have turned culture into a formidable competitive advantage.
Culture is the operating system of a company. It is the way people behave with each other when you aren’t looking, and it can be the difference between a company that grows and thrives, and one that sputters to a halt. Book co-Author Culturati has been hosting annual conferences on culture-building for five years, curating the very best thinking on how to build strong, resilient and vibrant workplaces. Co-Author Weeva helps companies like LendingTree and Zappos create gorgeous company culture books.
In The Culture Book, we debate:
- Who owns company culture? Is it the CEO, the C-suite or everybody or nobody
- Is culture all about values, or behavior, or something else
- Does culture have an ROI or is it just squishy?
- Can you copy culture? Can yours be copied?
- How do you get a handle on what your culture IS, versus what you think it is or wish it were?
You’ll learn from 32 masters including:
- Patty McCord, former Chief People Officer of Netflix and the author of Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility
- Kim Malone Scott, author of the NYT and WSJ bestseller Radical Candor, and a former leader at Google and Apple
- Tamara Fields, Accenture’s head of diversity and inclusion
- Lanham Napier, former CEO of RackSpace, now co-founder of venture fund BuildGroup
- Mark McClain, CEO of SailPoint, and GlassDoor’s #1 rated CEO
- Ginger Hardage, former SVP at Southwest Airlines, leader of their Culture and Communications Group, now the founder of the consultancy Unstoppable Cultures
And many more!