Understanding Organizational Culture

  • 19 Sep 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Redstone Federal Credit Union ATRIUM Wynn Drive Huntsville, AL

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Speaker: Kathy Neyman, AVP of Organizational Culture and Leader Development, Redstone Federal Credit Union

   

Kathy moved to Huntsville, Alabama in 1976 with her husband, Steve.  After spending a few years in the retail environment, Kathy found her career with Redstone Federal Credit Union in 1983 where she is still employed.
During Kathy’s long-standing career of 34 years with RFCU, she spent the majority of those years in Organizational and Leadership Development and currently serves as the                           Sr. Assistant Vice President of Culture and Leadership Development. 

Kathy holds multiple designations, among which are: Master Coach with the Behavioral Coaching Institute, Strengths Performance Coach for Gallup University, and a Triple Master Facilitator and Accountability Consultant with Partners In Leadership.

Kathy is passionate about helping others be the best that they can possibly be, both at Redstone Federal and in the community.  One can often hear Kathy remark, “I have found my dream job…one where I can really make a difference for our employees, our members and our community!”
In addition to her role as a professional, Kathy is actively involved in the community and has served on multiple Advisory Boards and Committees, including the American Red Cross, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and N.A. Character Foundation.   She is an active member of The Harbour, United Methodist Church.

Kathy’s personal mantra…strive every day to be Better Today Than Yesterday!  And her favorite quote is by Brian Tracy: “Aspire Greatly; for anything less than Excellence becomes an acceptance of mediocrity.”

 

 

Topic objectives:

 

  • understand the impact of corporate culture
  • Learn the 4 basic components of high performing culture
  • Identify your corporate culture "type"  

 

 

 

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