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    HRMA of West Central MO January Speaker--Rescheduled for Feb 2, 2021

    Date: January 12, 2021, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Tina Fisher HRMA President
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting
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    Building a Culture on the One Thing that Motivates All People

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    Learning objectives:

    The participant will be able to:

    • Understand the neuroscience, emotional science and research associated with human connection and motivation.
    • Provide practical tools to increase emotional awareness, leadership skills and effective communication.
    • Gain actionable insights for increasing, promoting, and developing cultural health in their own organizations.

    Tools/skills/practical takeaways: Participants will gain skills to pivot toward psychological flexibility and away from reactive, emotionally-fused responses. They will also gain understanding of personality science tools designed to predict leaders' traits, communication styles, and strengths.


    This presentation unpacks the art and science of culture creation to guide leaders at all organizational levels to develop culture that is thriving and life-giving.


    Randal Weidenaar is a consultant, researcher, author and teacher. His passion is for thriving cultures, born from a desire to make work a place where everyone thrives. Randal has studied business processes development at MIT Sloan School of Management; quantitative social research methods at University of Amsterdam, and culture-driven team development at University of Pennsylvania. He has helped corporations, government, HR and non-profit organizations unpack the art and science of leadership and culture creation, and wrote The Ultimate Why workbook to help leaders develop this team culture. In Europe, Randal worked with diverse people teams from over 42 countries, and consulted countless organizations in marketing and culture development.

    Randal is the owner and founder of Notionfront, a marketing firm that has clients across the United States. He is also the director of Grace Encounter, a self-development organization. Randal lives with his wife on a sustainable farm in central Missouri.