Let’s Build A More Joyful Culture

June 9, 2021
Shola Richards

As time together at the MSCA Conference winds to a close, Shola Richards will take you on an insightful journey as he shares a refreshingly practical playbook to build and sustain a joyful workplace culture. You will learn actionable strategies to transform your work culture, amplify team civility, and inspire yourselves and others to consistently bring their best to their work.

Ten years ago, Shola was within seconds of ending his life when he uncovered a power within himself. That experience became the catalyst for his Go Together Movement – a transformational roadmap of mindset, behaviors, and tools that transform workplace cultures and drive results. Leveraging his personal experience and the Go Together framework, he is certain to help your organization build compassion, competence, and accountability in the workplace and, with sustainable and joyful peak productivity, engagement, and satisfaction becoming the new norm.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s conference!
October 14 – 17 | Scottsdale, AZ

Related Articles
MCAA’s Virtual Trade Show connects our contractor members with the members of MCAA’s Manufacturer/Supplier Council.…
In the 22nd episode of MCAA’s Sponsor Spotlight series, Bob Bolton, MCAA’s President-Elect is joined by Wayne Garrett, Managing Director, NA Applied Equipment for Carrier Corporation. Join us on June 18, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. ET.…
The Manufacturer/Supplier Training area of MCAA’s website connects our contractor members with training opportunities available from the members of MCAA’s Manufacturer/Supplier Council.…
MCAA’s Virtual Trade Show connects our contractor members with the members of MCAA’s Manufacturer/Supplier Council.…

I am rewatching Steve Whitmer's presentation from MEP Innovation Conference on Rising Tide of Model Changes for 3rd time today. Too many notes for one pass. Great ideas on progressive coordination, VE vs BIM Costs, and cost impacts during phases. https://www.mcaaevents.org/innovative-technologies-conference/live/

If insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results, false hope is doing a different thing and expecting better results right away.

Expecting immediate improvement is a barrier to progress. Two steps forward often start with a step back.

http://go.ted.com/adamgrant

Load More...