Creating a Business Culture to Thrive In

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Location: Syracuse, NY

Explore how business owners can consciously create an environment in which they and their employees can perform optimally as a whole human being. Presented by Herman Veitch, Thinking Engineer and owner of Quantum Flow Coaching. Concepts discussed:

  1. What is culture and why is culture important in a business?
  2. What are the ingredients of culture?
  3. How is culture created?
  4. Who drives culture?

About Herman Veitch and his company, Quantum Flow Coaching:

Business owners of a small and medium-sized business, have their hands full. They are the first and the last person responsible for the success of their business. Often, they feel overwhelming. Not because they are not competent. There are just so many moving pieces that need juggling. Every employee added, adds to the complexity and responsibility. Sometimes balls get dropped. Some are no big deal, but some are crucial to keep in the air. However, do you know which is which at the moment?

For more than a decade Herman has been the thinking partner for business owners, co-creating and growing their business with them. Assisting them in cultivating a culture where employees are invested in the company’s well-being as if it were their own, not just killing time from paycheck to paycheck.

Quantum Flow Coaching helps their clients to optimize their performance – whether it is to help the business owners re-engineer their thinking around increasing the business’ cash flow or making employees motivated, efficient and effective in their work

Location: The WISE Women’s Business Center is located in The Tech Garden, 235 Harrison St. Syracuse, NY 13202. The Tech Garden is on the corner of Harrison St. and South Warren St. Please enter at our front door, which faces South Warren St.

Parking: Street parking is available on any of the surrounding streets. The Hotel Syracuse Parking Garage (located at 199 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY 13202) offers parking for $5.00, cash only.

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