Culture: The People Side of Risk Management | Part 2
19oct12:00 pm1:00 pmCulture: The People Side of Risk Management | Part 2
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST Speakers: Violet Clark, Partner, Laner Muchin Dr. Dianne M. Dawson Daniels, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies and Management Program Chair at
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST
Violet Clark, Partner, Laner Muchin
Dr. Dianne M. Dawson Daniels, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies and Management Program Chair at Loyola University Chicago and Managing Consultant at 4D Advising
The next step to creating a “Culture of Belonging” is engaging stakeholders. This is the second of a three part webinar series. We have previously discussed aligning culture with organizational values. This webinar will address what it takes to engage stakeholders in the process. Addressing culture provides leaders, managers, and employees the opportunity to provide quality service through increased employee satisfaction, reduced staff turnover, and increased retention of qualified staff. Each of these components mitigates risk and reduces corporate liability.
The objective of the second webinar is to introduce the concept of engaging stakeholders in the process of creating a culture of belonging.
About the Speakers:
Violet Clark, is a partner in the firm Laner Muchin with whom she has been with since 1987. She collaborates with organizations to design strategies to ensure their businesses achieve their goals regarding all aspects of human resources management and avoid labor and employment liability. She has more than 3 decades of experience representing for profit and not for profit companies of all sizes and industries.
Dr. Dianne M. Dawson Daniels is a consultant and educator with industry, academic and non-profit experience. She currently serves as Associate Professor of Leadership Studies and Management Program Chair at Loyola University Chicago and Managing Consultant at 4D Advising, an Organizational Performance consulting practice. Her focused work is to assist leaders in fostering healthy work environments through sound strategy, comprehensive planning, leadership development and performance management. She has served on, and advised, boards of directors, coached executive leaders, and developed management staff in local, regional and national settings. She has held administrative roles in industry and academia and honors her passion for teaching.
Intended Audience: CEO’s, corporate and campus risk managers, and HR representatives
This free event is only for current employees of a Member organization of Caring Communities or Peace Church. If you are interested in attending but are not a Member please contact us on how to register as a guest.
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