WHAT PROBLEMS DO WE SOLVE?
Culture transformations don’t happen overnight.
It takes months, sometimes even years, of hard work. Change can be intimidating, and the roots of culture run deep. To create lasting culture change in your organization, you need to be able to inspire your team to want to help change it. And that’s exactly what our expert speakers do.
Inspirational & Practical Advice
Associations, Providers, Boards
OUR PRESENTATION STRATEGY
Sample Presentation Topics
Our presentations focus on growing positive work cultures by exploring a range of related topics. All topics can be customized and adapted to fit a keynote, breakout session or workshop.
Avoiding burnout and adopting a values-driven way of living for the ultimate in fulfillment and joy
Leading and Living with Soul
Turns out, that gift is your personal values. Who you are, what you hold dear, what upsets you, and what underlies your decisions as a leader and as a unique individual, are all connected to your personal values. But the missed opportunity is, most people never take the time to learn what those precious and powerful intrinsic things are! In this session you will have the opportunity to do an introspective reflection on your very own personal values by completing an online Personal Values Assessment. I will then share with you practical strategies you can implement immediately to apply these values in your daily routines, allowing you to use your values as a driving force and a personal true north star.
Following the session, you will be able to seek out the things in life that are aligned to the values you have uncovered and this my friend, is a real game changer. Soon you will use what you learn to unleash a life and career that you love, one that makes you feel healthy, fulfilled and balanced.
Reigniting passion and purpose in exhausted team members to keep doing this important work
Tired to Inspired
OUR EXPERT SPEAKERS
Meet your speakers
Degree – Masters of Health Administration
University of Scranton
Degree – Bachelor of Science, Gerontology
Denise Boudreau is founder of Drive, a culture consultancy firm that optimizes recruitment and retention, exclusively for healthcare and senior living organizations.
She has over 20 years of experience working in acute care and aging services where, as a dietary aide, CNA and Administrator, she experienced many healthy and unhealthy cultures.
Denise became nicknamed “The Queen of Culture” when others started to notice that she had a bit of a vigorous addiction to it: not only did she found Drive, but she also founded the non-profit New Jersey Alliance for Culture Change (as one does) in between chairing the Marketing Committee for the National Long Term Care Administrators’ Board (NAB) and serving as an Executive in Residence at Cornell, her alma mater, where she received her Master’s in—ready for it?—Health Administration after completing a Bachelor of Science in Gerontology from the University of Scranton.
Denise has dedicated her life to being both an excellent microwaver as well as a sought out thought leader in the healthcare and senior living field—we won’t even mention the boards she serves on. In her spare time, she is proudly known as “The Servant of Tiny Tim,” as she is at the beck and call of her corgi/chihuahua mix, as well as the mother of twin boys (who as adults, are no longer allowed to beck and call her)
She lives in Key West, her superpower is finding the positive in any situation, and she’ll fight anyone for an In-N-Out Burger. Denise has also visited every state in the U.S., in case you needed one more reason to hate her.
What our clients have to say about Drive:
“In the time that Drive has been working with the Tockwotton team, we have already seen positive improvement in our culture and measurable results. Specifically, a 33% decrease in turnover, which is impacting resident and staff engagement. Things that once seemed too difficult to tackle on our own, are less intimidating knowing the Drive team is there to coach and guide us throughout the entire journey.”
“At CLC, we are always looking for innovative ways to improve our culture and believe strongly that to be the best we can be, it’s important to constantly challenge ourselves. We found the cultural values assessment data to be deeper than just measuring engagement. This experience has shone a light on the “what” and the “why” of our culture, and the “how” has also become much clearer.”