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[CIPS Event] March 29, 2016 - Leading Attitudinal Change - The Personal Approach
Date: 
Tue, 03/29/2016
Event Location: 
Halifax Public Library, 2nd floor, BMO room

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Time: 4:45 PM to 8:45 PM

5:00 – 6:00 Registration
6:00 – 6:30 Food and Networking
6:30 – 7:30 Presentation
7:30 – 8:45 Networking and Cleanup

Cost:
$12.00 - Members and Students
$17.00 - Non-Members

Speaker:  Crane Stookey – Author, Executive Performance Coach, Tall Ship Officer and Founder of the Nova Scotia Sea School

Topic:    Leading Attitudinal Change – The Personal Approach How to create a culture of individual responsibility that doesn't leave a mess at work

Why didn't the programmers at VW say no when they were asked to circumvent the law? Why do even your honest employees sometimes seem content with inadequate or non-compliant work? How do you ensure that your people are taking proper personal responsibility for their work, so you don't have to clean up their mess?

Even one programmer who isn't personally invested in their work can leave you open to data breaches and other IT disasters. You need everyone to take their work very personally.

In this uniquely experiential workshop you'll learn how to put into practice the leadership principles that help everyone take their work personally, so you can trust that they bring their personal best effort to every task.

Speaker Bio: 
Crane Stookey works with leaders to achieve two essential goals:
Better performance and deeper commitment for your people
Greater mastery of your own personal practice of leadership