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Past Events

Sep 14, 2017

Competing Culture Types Within Every Organization

Presented by Diana Pastrana and Julia Goetzka

The Fantastic Four: Competing Culture Types Within Every Organization


Please join us on Thursday, September 14 as we welcome Diana Pastrana and Julia Goetzka of M&M Office Interiors to discuss the Competing Values Framework Methodology first developed by the University of Michigan. Diana and Julia will facilitate an interactive conversation about the culture types within every organization, effective communication strategies to utilize within your company/department’s culture type, how leadership can support all cultures within a workplace via educated and informed space planning, and more.  


This event will be held at Boardman & Clark LLP, located at the U.S. Bank building at 1 S Pinckney Street downtown. Parking is available in the building’s underground garage. Enter from Webster Street, by taking a left into the first underground parking entrance into the U.S. Bank building.


Coffee and networking will begin at 9:00am, the interactive session will last from 9:15-10:15am. 

Aug 10, 2017

August Community Culture Event With Deborah Biddle

Are you ready to become more mindful at work? Career coach and diversity/inclusion consultant, Deborah Biddle, will help us explore unconscious or hidden biases and how it impacts business environments and work relationships. Discover how your unconscious biases may affect your professional colleagues, your broader workplace, and yourself. You’ll leave with practical strategies to identify and counter your own biases, as well as practical tools for building deeper, more robust intercultural relationships.

Jul 20, 2017

Special Event with Rachael O'Meara

9:00 to 10:30 AM

Whether you’re cultivating a community of friends and professional colleagues, seeking more effective results at work and/or in your personal life, or are just simply overrun and overworked--pausing and intentionally shifting your behavior can lead to greater self-awareness, deeper relationships, and generally more satisfaction in your life.


Googler Rachael O'Meara will share her story of how she discovered the power of pause, how Google cultivates a mindful well-being culture, and how each of us can identify the various signs of when to pause. Rachael will help participants design a personal pause plan and integrate the powers of pause into each day.


Rachael’s talk is based on her new book, Pause: Harnessing the Life-Changing Power of Giving Yourself a Break, which is available on Amazon & Audible. Please join us!

Jul 20, 2017

Bonus Happy Hour with Rachael!

4:00 to 6:00 PM

Whether you can't make the morning event or you want some more time to network with the community, come grab a drink at Park Hotel!

Jun 15, 2017

Culture Community June Event!

Ever feel like you know exactly what you need to do, but have a bit of trouble actually doing it? Often a daily struggle, right? During this session, we're going to explore our tendencies when it comes to developing habits, getting things done, and being accountable (whether to ourselves or others). You'll leave with some new insight about how you work and how you can get more of the right things done, as well as a couple of tools that you can use with team members and/or loved ones to deepen understanding and increase communication across your team. Looking forward to seeing you on June 15th!

May 11, 2017

Culture Community May Event

12:00 PM

Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek, Vice-President & Head of HR of The Apu Group, and Laura S. Gmeinder, PHR, Founder of Laura Gmeinder Coaching and Consulting, will share their stories and reasons on why they are involved with Disrupt Madison and how the movement has expanded around the world to include chapters in more than 75 cities. Disrupt Madison is an informational event series designed to energize, inform, and empower participants--whether you are a CEO, HR professional, community leader, or just have something to say about recruiting top talent and cultivating strong organizational culture--Disrupt Madison is for you.

Apr 13, 2017

Culture Community April Event

12:00 PM

Matt D'Amour, Co-founder and Chief Wellness Carrier of Yumbutter, will discuss how he helped launch and grow a B-Corporation while fostering a unique company culture focused on social impact and improving people's lives. Yumbutter calls this way of doing business "Holistic Responsibility" and it is the bedrock of their company's ongoing mission. Get ready for an authentic, inspiring conversation of what they've learned, what's going well, and what cultural challenges they're facing as they embark on a corporate merger. 

Mar 09, 2017

Culture Community March Event

12:00 PM

Kelly Suhr and Josh Filler will be speaking about scaling company culture at Bluetree Network. Consistently voted as one of the best places to work in Madison, bluetree Network strives to make healthcare IT work better for all. Get ready for an authentic conversation of what is going well, and what challenges they are facing as they grow and scale their company, and their culture. 

Feb 09, 2017

Culture Community Kickoff

7:00 PM

Our initial meeting to get the best people together and start building our Community!

We are excited to see you at the Nakoma Golf Club (4145 Country Club Road, Madison, WI)

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