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Work Better Day is an experience-driven program where experts, researchers, and every-day heroes share their stories, inspire ideas in others, and influence the conversation around what it means to work better and provide an atmosphere that will foster engagement and learning, but also one where attendees can walk away with the ability to impact others within their organizations.

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Next event: May 1
6pm - 8pm

A Values-Driven Culture, with Alicia Korten

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keynote speaker: explore MAY

Alicia Korten

Head of The Culture Company and award-winning author

Alicia builds values-driven cultures with organizations like Mary’s Gone Crackers, the Ford Foundation and the Arlington Community Federal Credit Union. Her clients commonly experience significant growth and receive such awards as "best place to work" and "best in industry." Her books and culture curriculum include Values Ignite, Values Sustain and Change Philanthropy.

As a Fulbright Scholar, Alicia took a life-changing trip to Panama’s Darien Gap, where she witnessed the Emberá and Wounaan tribes collectively write their governing constitution. Inspired, she worked with them for seven years. She now draws on the lessons she learned about building tribes to shape highly engaged values-driven cultures.

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Washington, D.C.

Join us at Mindspace on May 1st from 6 - 8pm!
Located in the Washington Post building.


1301 K Street NW,
Washington, DC 20005


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Past Event: January

The Intersection of Neuroscience + Psychology with Mike Mears

keynote speaker: explore JANUARY

Mike Mears

Prior to his role at the CIA as Chief of Human Capital (and founding the CIA Leadership Academy), Mike was Senior Vice President at GE Investments where he managed private equity funds, was a turnaround specialist, and a Six Sigma Black Belt.

Before that, he launched eleven small business start-ups, and was president of a shall-be-unnamed fast-food company.  Mike served as commander of a nuclear missile site, a general’s aide, and as a U.S. Army combat platoon leader in Vietnam where he was decorated for valor.

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