Are you planning a meeting or convention and looking for a dynamic speaker to offer advice on establishing company culture?
Having spoken to thousands of people throughout the country on the importance of establishing a healthy company culture and how to create one, Brian offers audiences a unique experience by providing hands-on tools so that leaders can go back to their companies and begin the journey of guiding their employees to cultural excellence.
"As a NASA employee, I was required to participate in many training sessions regarding leadership, project management and safety. Brian’s event beats them all. I know I will benefit greatly from the experience."
- NICOLE STOTT Astronaut, NASA
Presentation: “Driving to Perfection”
Brian Fielkow provides executives with hands-on tools to create a healthy company culture, which directly ties to bottom-line results. Culture is what sets companies apart from competition, and Brian offers audiences a unique approach to cultivating a healthy culture that promotes employee empowerment and accountability. As a business leader running his own entrepreneurial company, Brian does not focus on the theory behind culture, but rather provides strategies for executives and managers to create and sustain their own company’s culture. By sharing how to manage and drive change, as well as distinguish between values and priorities, executives, no matter the size of their company, can grow their bottom line.
Value to Audience Members
Audience members will leave with practical ideas for evaluating, creating and anchoring their company’s culture in order to transform their organization. By providing low-cost, high-value ideas, Brian is able to set executives on the path to growing their bottom line with concrete actions steps to building a thriving culture.
Presentation: Safety Is Not a Priority. It’s a Core Value.
When it comes to working in high-consequence industries, safety must be a core value. Brian’s presentation provides executives with hands-on tools to build a culture of prevention, by emphasizing the importance of behavior-based safety and differentiating between values and priorities so that your team makes safety a way of life.
Value to Audience Members
Fast growing businesses can sometimes put safety on the backburner because they see safety it as a cost. Through this presentation, audience members will have a greater understanding that safety is an investment with profound bottom line results. It is measured through profitability, customer satisfaction and employee morale, and Brian will offer tools for creating a vibrant culture of prevention.