7 Steps for CEOs to Reset their Corporate Culture by Shan Foster
Friday, November 18, 20228:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. PST
7 Steps for CEOs to Reset their Corporate Culture by Shan Foster
Explore 7 steps to reset corporate culture with an emphasis on commitment, evaluation, and execution in this exclusive CEO Climb Event with Shan Foster.
Diversity and inclusion is not important due to the racial unrest in America at this current time, but rather due to the evidence showing exponential return on the investment. From a millennial workforce to diverse backgrounds, corporations are feeling the pressure to compete for business as well as top talent. As a former professional basketball player and now community leader and advocate, Shan has seen his share of change.
Using their personal stories and corporate experiences, participants will explore the challenges and benefits to diversity and inclusion. The result: an intentional, personalized plan to engage their workforce’s ideas, energy and insights, which will lead to improved customer experiences, faster innovation, and greater retention rates.
About Vistage CEO Climb Events
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Our CEO climb event is an exclusive monthly event for business leaders to take their companies — and their teams — to a whole new level of success. There is no charge or obligation — just a great opportunity to:
Join other business leaders around the country who are dedicated to elevating their company and leadership.
Participate in an engaging Q&A session.
Gain insight into what gives some of the world’s top-performing CEOs a tremendous competitive advantage.
Shan Foster is the Co-Founder and CEO of Fostering Healthy Solutions, LLC where he cultivate healthy solutions to diversity issues through education, training, and execution. He also serves as Executive Director of AMEND Together & VP of External Affairs at YWCA of Nashville & Middle Tennessee. AMEND Together is an initiative that engages men and boys to end violence against women and girls. He recruits, educates, and equips men and boys to serve as advocates for violence prevention and cultural change. Described as an enthusiastic leader, gifted public speaker, and skilled facilitator, Foster is committed to elevating the conversation about violence against women, engaging men to be leaders and role models, and educating young men and boys about healthy masculinity and respect. He is a frequent speaker before national and international corporations, regional and national conferences, local and state government entities, and collegiate and national sports programs, including the National Football League and Major League Soccer. Under his leadership, AMEND Together has grown to a nationally recognized program with expansion to Illinois, Virginia, California, Ohio, and New York.
Foster graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development in 2008. During his time at Vanderbilt, Foster was named SEC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, All-SEC four years in a row, NCAA Division I All-America, and played for the USA Team in the 2007 Pan American games held in Rio De Janairo, Brasil. He was the Lowes Senior CLASS award winner, an award given to the nations senior leader in community, classroom, character, and competition. Foster finished his collegiate basketball career as the all-time leading scorer in school history and was drafted into the NBA by the Dallas Mavericks in 2008. He was inducted to the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in 2009, Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010 and was honored as an SEC Legend during the 2016 SEC Basketball Tournament.
Prior to his work at YWCA, Shan served as a founding member for the Intrepid College Preparatory Charter School in Nashville where he now is a contributing board member. He is a graduate of the 2018 Leadership Nashville class, where he now serves on the board of trust. Foster also serves on the board for the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, Nashville Sports Council, and Martha O’Bryan Center’s Explore Community School. Foster is on the advisory committees for Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee, 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee and serves on the Vanderbilt University Athletics Committee. He most recently was selected Nashville’s 2019 40 Under 40 and 2019 Nashville Emerging Leader Award Winner.
Beth Adkisson has been a Chairman for Vistage International since February 2001. Vistage International is the leading executive membership organization in the world. She provides leadership development for CEOs and business owners by facilitating peer advisory groups of CEOs and by conducting one-to-one coaching sessions with these top executives. Beth is a STAR award recipient, has received the Master Chair designation and has been honored with the Chair Excellence Award. In 2017, she received the Regional Vistage Chair of the Year Award. She leads 2 CEO groups, a Key Executive Group, a Trusted Advisor Group, Emerging Leader Group, Advancing Leader Group, Advancing Leader Inside Group and is a Best Practice Chair. Beth was a Cohort leader for the Vistage/Stanford University Executive Leadership Program for three years.
She is active in various volunteer organizations, Past-President of the Orange County Chapter of NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) and served on the Board of WHW, helping the underserved and unemployed.
She is a partner in Charting Success, a company dedicated to helping leaders achieve measurable results. She has created and leads a Leadership Academy for emerging leaders in various companies. She has completed CTI’s Coach Training Program in addition to continuous training and seminars to sharpen her skills as a Coach and Facilitator. Beth Adkisson is committed to the growth and development of individuals and organizations with which she is associated.
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