Center for Innovative Cultures

Helping organizations thrive by unleashing the talent, passion, and potential of people at work

Culture Round Table Discussions

The Culture Round Tables (CRTs) are monthly discussions on articles or short videos related to culture in organizations. We have been holding these CRTs face-to-face at Westminster College for the past several years. This year, we will begin an experiment by holding "virtual" CRTs with participants invited from throughout the Americas and Europe. We will meet via Zoom (links will be sent out to registered participants ahead of time) from 9:00-10:00 am Mountain Standard Time. The articles and videos will be thought-provoking. The discussions should be lively. The CRTs will be good opportunities to network with like-minded and like-hearted individuals with many different experiences and perspectives.


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Culture Leader Network
December 10, 2019

“Higher Purpose at Work”

The Culture Leader Network connects people in different organizations who are responsible for improving the culture of their organizations, and puts them in touch with other like-minded and like-hearted leaders, so that all can learn from one another. Our next Culture Leader Network will be held on Tuesday, December 10, at Westminster on the Draw. We will begin at 9:00 am, and close with a reception and dinner starting at 5:30 pm.

Our day will focus on key challenges and new initiatives that attendees present. We invite to present a problem, opportunity, or issue they are currently crunching on, and use the collective wisdom in the room to do some peer consulting (and learning). We are also open to anyone who would like to present some new initiative or practice that would give us all a chance to learn about new approaches.

Michael Pacanowsky will offer a brief update on a conference he will be attending at Washington University on “Higher Purpose at Work.”

Registration is Required. There is a $495-registration fee is for non-members.

If you have any peer consulting issues you’d be willing to present, or new ideas and approaches you’d want to share, please contact Michael Pacanowsky at: