A Bain & Company survey of executives at high-performing companies found that 54 percent believed that their culture was “one of their strongest attributes, second only to ‘vision and priorities.’ ” The report further explained that “a high-performance culture is as unique as a fingerprint─and the one thing about a business that rivals can't copy.” But how do leaders maintain corporate values during explosive growth mode? Find out from an executive at a legendary steak restaurant serving American cuisine. He’ll describe the steps his organization is taking to sustain a high-performance culture while onboarding new employees who share that vision.
This presentation will cover the following objectives:
- How to maintain your corporate values during an explosive growth mode.
- Steps your organization can take to sustain a high-performance culture while onboarding new employees.
- How to get your employees to share and engage in your vision.
11:00am - 11:30pm - New Member Orientation
11:30am - 12:00pm - Registration and Lunch
12:00pm - 12:30pm - Business Meeting
12:30pm - 01:30pm - Keynote Speaker, Patrick Sterling
01:30pm - 01:45pm - Door Prizes and closing remarks
About the Speaker:
Patrick Sterling, A 29-year veteran of the restaurant industry, Patrick Sterling is Senior Director of Legendary People and Risk for the 490+unit Texas Roadhouse. Sterling, a certified senior professional of human resources (SPHR), plans and directs risk management and human resource programs focused on leadership development, succession management, enterprise risk management, loss prevention, claims management, crisis response, business continuity, actuarial reporting and loss reserves.
In addition, Sterling manages the company’s human resource information systems, records management, payroll, loss prevention and travel departments.
Sterling’s professional accomplishments have led to national recognition as 2016 Risk Manager of the Year Honor Roll from Business Insurance magazine and Risk Innovator from Risk and Insurance magazine in 2009.
Prior to joining Texas Roadhouse in 2004, Sterling served in several leadership positions for Ruby Tuesday which included Director of Sales and Performance, Director of Human Resources and Director of Process and Performance.
Sterling, a graduate of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, earned his bachelor’s degree in International Trade and Finance in 1987. He has been married for over 31 years and is the proud father of 3 amazing daughters.
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