Q & A with Lee Benson, founder and CEO of Execute to Win

Jan. 30, 2020
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Economic Development

As part of PHX East Valley Innovates Entrepreneur WeekFeb. 10 – 13, Chandler's Economic Development Division will host a free workshop with a networking luncheon to follow focused on “Building Intentional Culture: Connecting Culture to Financial Results” on Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the ASU Chandler Innovation Center (ACIC), located at 249 E. Chicago St.

Facilitating this workshop is Lee Benson, founder and CEO of Execute to Win (ETW), which is a company that primarily focuses on helping organizations measurably connect their culture to financial results by helping leaders do the ongoing work of improving what’s most important, their employees.

“When people are practicing the behaviors essential to generating company results and focused on the right priorities, performance follows,” Benson said. Here is more insight on what culture means to Lee and what attendees can expect to take away from this workshop:

Q: How would you best define culture?

A:  Culture is comprised of the beliefs, accountability, practices and decisions from which an organization creates value.

Q: What are three things can attendees expect to take away from this workshop?

A:  1) A framework for developing an intentional culture for your unique organization; 2) A clear understanding of how culture drives value creation; 3) Being more intentional about the objective elements that make up an intentional culture.

Q: What do you feel is the most important aspect of building an intentional company culture?

A: Getting every team member fully aligned and engaged in creating the value your organization is designed to create.

Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned veteran, you will find value in this interactive workshop. 

The workshop is free. Register online by 5 p.m. on Feb. 7.

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