The only future possible for your business is the one your culture allows for

A great culture is the foundation in which resiliency to change and sustainable growth comes from.

Research shows without question that organizations with healthy cultures outperform those without. Every organization has a culture – but is it a culture built and nurtured with intention and purpose – or is it “just what it is”? If your business isn’t realizing the level of financial performance, employee engagement, and growth potential desired – culture may be the culprit.

Rapid change is the new reality; a reality where the biggest limit to growth is access to the workforce and raw materials. At the 2019 PMPA keynote, Brent Robertson of Fathom will discuss how culture is the key that can unlock your ability to move your organization forward with confidence even when everything is changing- to be the place the best talent wants to be and grow, and to become the partner your clients can’t live without.

During his talk, Brent will introduce a multi-dimensional way for leaders to think and act that has unleashed unprecedented performance for many in the manufacturing industry. Come with an open mind, and a willingness to share your insights and experiences with your peers in what promises to be a provocative keynote experience.

Keynote details:
Friday morning, February 8, 8:15-9:45 am
followed by a one-hour panel discussion from 10:00-11:00 am with three PMPA members

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown
100 N. 1st Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Details and registration for the PMPA Update Conference


About PMPA

The Precision Machined Products Association was founded in 1933 as the National Screw Machine Products Association, and while the tools and technology that our members employ has changed greatly, our focus of providing members with information resources, information, advocacy and networking has not changed. Headquartered in Brecksville Ohio, PMPA provides Regulatory, Problemsolving, Technology, Peer comparison and ROI solutions to our member companies through a variety of channels including topical online listserves, personal connections, meetings, and various web channels including exclusive members-only online content, as well as open social media channels and blogs.