Planting Seeds in Concrete: Changing Workplace Culture

Michael Scarpone

The biggest challenge in an organization is not the implementation of tools. In fact the learning of new tools is the easy part. The real journey is in changing the culture of the organization to embrace the upcoming change.

Management has a critical role in being a champion and embracing these new systems. Statements such as “This will never work here”, "We tried this before and we didn't succeed”, “Management doesn't care” must not be allowed to thwart the needed systems changes. This seminar will address how management must be a leader and coach if a changing culture is to be successful.

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The magic is in the details. Unless stated otherwise above, your videocast will:
* Last up to one hour
* Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
* Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support

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Michael Scarpone's deep understanding of corporate culture has enabled him to work with over 100 clients representing a diverse array of for-profit and non-profit organizations on a local, regional and national level.

With professionalism and precision, Michael evaluates not only the big picture, but also the smallest of pieces that affect an organization's structure. With years of experience, Michael is able to assess an organizations growth, success and goals and create effective and winning strategies.

He is a skilled consultant & trainer with specialties in:

- One on One and Executive Coaching
- The People's Side of LEAN Process
- Strategic Planning
- Leadership Development
- Organizational Behavior
- Change Management

Michael holds a Bachelors in Psychology as well as a Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology and has completed graduate work in Organizational Behavior & Administration. His certifications include Emotional Intelligence, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Yale University Training of Trainers, Xerox Selling Skills, and the Kepnor-Tregoe Decision Making Process.

Michael has published several articles on the subject of management and has chaired a number of statewide conferences on volunteerism, fund raising, healthcare and leadership development. He has served on numerous boards including The American Cancer Society, New Hampshire Community Toolbox, Krempels Foundation and Safe Tables Our Priority.

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