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    Providing a Thriving Workplace Culture presented by Jackie Rainford Corcoran

    Date: February 9, 2017, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Holiday Inn
    5 E. Baxter Lane
    Bozeman, Montana
    $15 for GVHRA Members $40 for Non-Members
    Event Type:
    GHVRA Hosted - Meeting
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    11:15 a.m.—11:30 a.m.: Registration
    11:30 a.m.—Noon: Lunch
    Noon– 1:00 p.m.: PRESENTATION

    I. What is culture?

    II. Has your company engaged in a culture conversation? If so, what are the outcomes so far?

    III. How I came to embrace the importance of deliberately cultivating culture.

    IV. What makes a healthy culture?

    V. What makes a culture of health?

    VI. Why these are both important questions to ask/answer?

    VII. What are the impediments to a healthy culture/culture of health?

    VIII. Two prongs to culture change: top down, bottom up

    IX. Is your current culture creating a thriving or depleted workforce?

    X. What are you doing to build onto current success and change what

    (if anything) is causing toxicity in your culture?

    XI. Do you find relevance and value in relating this to your personal life?/

    Do you think it’s important in your employees personal lives?

    XII. What was is the most useful take-away for you?

    XIII. What is your next action item in deliberately cultivating your culture?

    Jackie Rainford Corcoran, Core Health’s Founder and Lead Health Coach, has 18 years of experience helping people improve their health as a physical trainer, nutritional counsellor, and IIN Certified Holistic Health Coach. Find her health column at Join her at TedX Bozeman this April, 2017 as she presents on how the U.S. can become the healthiest country in the world by 2040.



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    The hotel requires a 48 hours confirmation for catered events.  RSVPs help the GVHRA board, presenter, facility and food providers to accomodate all attendees.  Members who make a reservation and DO NOT attend will be charged.  Additionally, copies of presentation materials and food may not be available for those who do not RSVP.