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November Monthly Meeting - HR + Your Organizational Operating Systems = Belief Alignment
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11/13/2018
When: Tuesday, November 13th
11:30am - 1:00pm
Where: PNC Arena
1400 Edwards Mill Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 
United States
Presenter: Walt Brown
Contact: Kirsten Benzaquen


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RMSHRM will be collecting winter coats and accessories at the November Meeting.  Donating is easy - just bring your items (new or gently-used coats, or new scarves, hats and gloves) and place items in the box provided by the RMSHRM Coat Drive Team.  All donations will go to The Salvation Army of Wake County to warmly embrace children and adults during the cold season.   Because of our generous members, each year we have surpassed our goal of donating 100 coats and hope to do the same this year!  If you have any questions about donating or organizing a coat collection at your company, please contact Lanora Atkins.

 

 

HR + your OOS = Belief Alignment: The 7 Yes’s

 

“An organization is a human Fiction. Only given meaning and power by those who believe in it.”  --Walt Brown, from The Patient Organization

 

The reason a solid Organizational Operating Systems (OOS) works is that it helps drive and maintain an organization’s set of common beliefs.  The more alignment and shared belief, the stronger and more patient your organization. Walt has identified seven areas humans need to align with at work in order to share in an organization's common belief.  Those areas boil down to seven important questions an employee asks of its leadership. Employees must answer “yes” when asked,  

  1. Do they know they belong?
  2. Do they believe in the mission, the plan, the leaders, the product?
  3. Do they understand, embrace and believe in what they are accountable for as it aligns to the mission? 
  4. Do they believe in how they are measured?
  5. Do they believe in how they are heard? 
  6. Do they believe in how they are developed?
  7. Are they set up to effectively maintain balance? 

 

When your team understands what believing means in your organization, and can say “yes, I believe,” then you have the keys to drive a consistent, competitive culture.

 

Speaker: Walt Brown, Certified EOS Implementer and Author of The Patient Organization.

 

 

This meeting has been approved for one hour of general credit with both SHRM and HRCI.

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