What is company culture? The Balance, a popular personal
finance and career website, defines it as “the personality of the company … [and]
includes a variety of elements, including work environment, company mission,
value, ethics, expectations and goals.”1
While company culture is a phrase that you’ve heard
plenty of times, for most building professionals, it’s always been a
“nice-to-have” part of your business. But with increased competition, brand
identity growing as a key sales driver, and influx of Millennial customers and
employees and a labor pool as tight as ever, company culture is now one of the
most important tools for attracting customers and talent.
In the NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) Master Session, “Build Profits by Shaping Culture,”
you’ll learn simple steps for creating a meaningful company culture that drives
actions, results and profits.
In this three-hour advanced session, you will:
- Understand the importance of a strong company culture and how it impacts employee retention, production and financial success.
- Learn how to enhance accountability through your entire company.
- Discover how to achieve substantial growth and success for your company by establishing a Culture of Accountability.
Tanner is the Senior Director for Partners In Leadership based in Temecula,
California. He brings to the session over two decades of experience as an executive
coach and workshop facilitator in the management consulting and training
Magleby of Magleby Construction attended Brigham Young University where he
earned a degree in Construction Management. After spending a few years in
Georgia working for a large regional builder, he returned to Utah to work
alongside his father. Magleby Construction received the NAHB National Custom
Builder of the Year Award in 2016. Chad is also one of three speakers at the
IBS education session, “Sideline
the Competition by Using Pre-Construction Agreements.”
Secure Your Seat:
This Master Session will be held on Wednesday, January 10
from 8:00 – 11:00 AM and is eligible for continuing education credits. To
register, you must have a full registration or 1-day education registration for
Wednesday. General seating is first-come, first-served, but seats can be
reserved in advance for $25. Reserved seating can only be purchased during IBS
advanced registration online, not on site. Simply add this session to your
Builders’ Show registration.
Get details of all the Master Sessions offered at IBS 2018