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Become a Learning Company to Grow - Thriving Through Disruptive Change Webinar Series

Friday, August 23, 2019   (0 Comments)
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Become a Learning Company to Grow - Thriving Through Disruptive Change Webinar Series

August 23, 2019 – AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, is hosting a three-part webinar, Thriving Through Disruptive Change, Wednesday, November 13, Wednesday, November 20, and Wednesday, December 4. This innovative webinar will help companies create a culture of learning that will encourage employees to strive for constant improvement and grow the company.

The first webinar, Leading Through Change & Disruption, addresses the ever-accelerating pace of change. Organizations need to adapt quickly to thrive. To do this, leaders must develop and nurture an internal culture that increases flexibility, adaptability, and learnability. This webinar will review a five-step process to achieve a flexible, adaptive, learning organization that is poised to thrive in any environment, discuss how Google’s three principles for creating a great culture can be applied to any organization, and give attendees a better understanding of the relationship between culture, leadership, and personal development as the foundational components for success.

The Success Snowball Effect - A Culture of Personal Development, the second webinar, explains that during disruptive times a company’s culture must support ongoing personal development, which creates a development path from “needs constant management” to “takes responsibility” to “takes ownership.” This accelerates a company’s productivity, profitability, and engagement while diminishing stress and conflict. This webinar will discuss the two essential ingredients and the three-step process for developing a culture of personal development and will debunk the myths that keep companies from committing to a culture of personal development.

The final webinar, People - Your True Competitive Advantage, recognizes that savvy leaders know it is their people who select, develop, maintain, and grow the company. This webinar will give a deeper understanding of personal development, explain how to communicate the personal development for organizational success, define how to set appropriate and specific personal development goals for each individual.

Brad Wolff, Managing Partner, PeopleMax will teach this webinar series. Brad, the “People Maximizer,” is the Managing Partner of PeopleMax. His focus is on leadership and its impact on culture, engagement, and results. His clients achieve more success with less stress and greater satisfaction by maximizing people’s potential and performance. Brad is a speaker and author of the best-selling book People Problems? How To Create People Solutions For A Competitive Advantage.

He brings 25 years in recruiting and retention, which taught him how leaders’ actions impact results with their people. Brad’s passion is making the science of human potential simple and practical to achieve greater success with less stress and more satisfaction.

Brad’s background includes a Professional Coaching Certification, a certification in Managing Change in Human Systems and completed The Cape Cod Training Program for facilitating positive individual and group change at the Gestalt International Study Center.

AICC Members can register for all three webinars for $500. This webinar is also available to companies who are not currently AICC members for $1,000. A registration is for an entire location. Multiple people from that location are encouraged to attend to maximize the training potential.

More information about the webinar series can be found at Questions about seminars or webinars and the value a well-trained workforce brings to a company can be directed to Taryn Pyle, Director of Education & Leadership Development,, or Chelsea May, Education and Training Manager, or 703.836.2422.