Culture and Climate: What Emerson Electric has learned and what they are doing about it

  • 10 Sep 2020
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Webex
  • 11


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Presented by: Lenore Maglione

Culture versus Climate:  What Emerson Electric has learned and what they are doing about it

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast; Climate eats Culture for lunch, dinner, and snacks in-between.”  

Every leader from front line manager to the CEO creates a climate for the people she or he leads.  Research shows that employees’ perception of climate is directly linked to their engagement, commitment and discretionary effort.  With the demands of today’s business environment, organizations need employee commitment not just their compliance to reach sustained levels of high organizational performance.    

In this highly interactive case study session, you will explore the “secret sauce” Emerson Electric has discovered that leads to employee commitment, motivation and discretionary effort that results in sustained, high performance for the individual, team and organization.

How you will benefit:

  • Gain insight on Organizational Climate—what it is, how it works, why it is important
  • Discover the inextricable link between climate and culture
  • Grasp the impact of climate on employee performance
  • Uncover the impact of Leader behavior on climate
  • Begin a discussion on climate and culture at your organization

About the Facilitator:  Lenore Maglione

“Being the difference that influences others to be their best selves” has been the inspiration behind Lenore’s 28 years of global experience in human resources, organizational development and training.  Currently, Lenore Maglione is the Corporate Manger of Learning for Emerson Electric’s ATD Award Winning, Charles F. Knight, global center for Leadership.  In this role her mission is to shape and support the performance of current and emerging leaders across the world.  She helps drive corporate initiatives of 67 Business Units under two Business Platforms. This is accomplished through the implementation of “World Class” outcome- based development practices with emphasis on skill transfer so they become “Best Practices” for Emerson leaders.

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