Moving Corporate Culture and Engagement Forward: Don’t stop after surveys (move forward with strengthening our culture through action plans and follow up work)

  • 27 May 2015
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Centris Federal Credit Union, 11825 Q Street (118th and Q)


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** REMINDER:  WE HAVE MOVED!  Join us at our new meeting location at Centris Federal Credit Union on 118th and Q.



Moving Corporate Culture and Engagement Forward:  Don't stop after surveys

~ facilitated by Rikki Wardyn



Creating a positive work culture where people thrive is so important to the success of the employee, leader and organization.  Utilizing a pre/during/post action planning approach is a best practice that will be shared.  This includes details on how to prepare for the first action planning session, what suggested activities can be used during the session and then what happens after the session.  Employees should trust that you/their leader will take their feedback seriously and act on the employees ideas, thoughts and comments.

Members will have an understanding why culture and engagement action planning is so important in sustaining a positive environment.  Members will be able to utilize action planning tips shared throughout the program.

Rikki Wardyn, CHI Health

Rikki Wardyn currently serves as a Division Manager of Talent Effectiveness for CHI Health, which is headquartered in Omaha.  The combined organization consists of 15 hospitals, two stand-alone behavioral health facilities and more than 15,000 employees across Nebraska and Iowa. 

Ms. Wardyn has over 15 years of Human Resource experience in industries ranging from local non-profit organizations to global, publicly traded organizations. She has developed strategies and implemented programs that aim to enhance the employee experience and further develop leadership competencies. The programs borne from the strategies developed by Ms. Wardyn, have resulted in numerous awards including the HRAM Mosaic Diversity award and the Gallup Great Places to Work award for two subsequent years. Additionally, Ms. Wardyn has been featured in the Omaha World Herald for her work on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Ms. Wardyn has also been recognized by the Organization for Community Inclusion as a transformational leader who has enhanced inclusion practices in  the Omaha community.

Ms. Wardyn received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Doane College and earned a master of Management from Doane College. She has been a certified Professional of Human Resources (PHR) for more than 10 years.  Ms. Wardyn is also a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach. She is currently working to complete the requirements to become a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation.  She is helping to shape the next generation through her service as a Girl Scout Troop leader. Ms. Wardyn is passionate about guiding people to honor their own talents and then sharing these talents with the greater community.  Ms. Wardyn lives in Omaha with her husband and two daughters.


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