Cultural Science Keynote
Creating culture based on the one thing that motivates all people
Culture Science Keynote
Valuing people is the one thing that motivates all people. Valuing people is the very operating system of all culture. Learn how financial health follows cultural health. Create a target culture that you can systematically move towards. This keynote is energetic and interactive, and keeps listeners engaged and wanting more.
Key Learning Objectives
Create a target culture, with specific scientific methods
How valuing affects our neurobiology
How valuing people is the optimal human state
Increase outcomes on all indicators
Outcomes-based methods used in the workplace for over 40 years
Randal Weidenaar is a researcher, author and national speaker. Randal created VP Culture, a leadership system based on attachment science that inspires a powerful relational culture foundation. His research reveals that our neurobiology engages when our relationships are healthy and connected. VP Culture is a scientific method of culture building based on the one thing that motivates all people...which is Valuing People.
Randal has studied Culture, Business Processes, and Neuroscience at MIT Sloan School of Management, University of Amsterdam, University of Pennsylvania and Harvard-x. He has helped corporations, governments, and non-profit organizations unpack the art and science of leadership and culture creation. He wrote The VP Culture Workbook to help organizations develop this team culture.
Randal preparing to present at Fort Worth TX SHRM Association.
Flexible Options for Presentation
Powerful one hour keynote
In-person or virtual presentation from our video studio
3 hour break out workshop available on the same topic
Large groups or executive teams
Part of a 4 part series or can be a stand alone keynote.
Science that leads to the art of leadership
Lasting Change Leading Constant Improvement
Our Culture Science teaching and training is based on methods that have been used in the workplace for over 30 years with proven empirical results on the individual and corporate level.
Research shows it improves outcomes on financial, personal, and team levels
Scientific but never boring, it's full of interaction, and real world stories to keep you wanting more.