Is your team feeling the effects of being isolated for almost a year? Creating a thriving organizational culture has never been more important than right now! Our podcast guest, Kerry Wekelo, COO of Actualize Consulting, in North Virginia, has been named as Top Company Culture by Entrepreneur Magazine and a Top Workplace by The Washington Post.
In this podcast, Kerry talks about:
- What makes a thriving organizational culture?
- What are the 9 principles to create and maintain a thriving organizational culture
- How do you incorporate gratitude into the workplace
- How to keep your team motivated in uncertain times.
Creating a Thriving Organizational Culture
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Special Offer from Kerry Wekelo
Free coaching session from Kerry. Contact Kerry directly and mention this Fabulous Fempreneurship podcast.
Books from Kerry Wekelo: Culture Infusion, Gratitude Infusion (see below for links)
Kerry Wekelo Bio
KERRY WEKELO, MBA, is the Chief Operating Officer at Actualize Consulting, a financial services firm. Her book and program, Culture Infusion: 9 Principles for Creating and Maintaining a Thriving Organizational Culture and latest book Gratitude Infusion, are the impetus behind Actualize Consulting being named Top Company Culture by Entrepreneur Magazine, a Top Workplace by The Washington Post, and Great Place to Work-Certified. In her leadership, Kerry blends her experiences as a consultant, executive coach, award-winning author, mindfulness expert, and entrepreneur. Kerry has been featured on ABC, NBC, NPR, The New York Times, Thrive Global, SHRM, Inc., and Forbes.
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