may, 2024

23may9:00 am10:00 amThe Human Edge: Culture as a Multiplier for PerformanceIndustry:AllType of Event:EducationRegion:Online


Event Details

As a CEO or Business Leader, you know that having the right talent is table stakes. But how do you unleash their full potential and gain a true competitive advantage? The answer lies in fostering a powerful organizational culture.

​Study after study proves that companies with a strong, vibrant culture focused on employee well-being and engagement deliver far superior business results across the board – from profitability and productivity to innovation, customer loyalty and shareholder returns. At this roundtable, you’ll go beyond the rhetoric with a small group of fellow leaders to explore how prioritizing culture can be a multiplier for performance.

​We’ll dive into:

​• The hard metrics linking culture to growth: Discover the data behind why culture is no longer a “nice-to-have” but a strategic imperative

​ • Cracking the culture code: What do companies get right in aligning people around purpose, empowering autonomy and fostering intrinsic motivation?

​• The human edge: How do you create a sustainable competitive advantage through your talent and culture?

​• Overcoming culture killers: Candid discussion on the pitfalls and challenges in driving an authentic, high-performance culture at scale.

​You’ll walk away with actionable insights from peers who are pushing the envelope on culture. And you’ll have the opportunity to share your own successes and roadblocks in a confidential setting.

​Seating is limited for this interactive roundtable to ensure a high-quality experience. Claim your spot today to be part of this important conversation on unleashing the human edge.

​I look forward to hosting you!



​Your host Moe Carrick is an internationally respected pioneer in the study and practice of workplace culture.

​​Her award-winning frameworks and tools have been used by some of the country’s most recognized brands such as Nike, Nintendo, Amazon, Hydroflask and Reddit, to improve workplace culture, reduce churn and drive business performance.


​Colin Schilling, CEO Schilling Cider

​Colin Schilling is the CEO and Co-Founder of Schilling Cider, the most innovative, fastest-growing, and forward-thinking hard cider company in the country which operates the nation’s largest fresh-pressed cidery. Colin’s unrivaled expertise and unwavering commitment to excellence have revolutionized the cider landscape. In addition to cider, Colin has a passion for food and beverage broadly and has created and consulted on brands in the non-alcoholic, coffee, energy, and cannabis spaces. He has an MBA focused in entrepreneurship and business sustainability and worked in tech consulting prior to founding the cider company. In addition to the wholesale business, Schilling Cider operates two retail locations in Seattle and Portland which are the largest cider taprooms in the world by draft cider offerings! Colin strongly believes business is a force for good and change and has integrated numerous sustainable practices into the core business. He is also an industry thought leader on people-first company culture and works to deliver a best-in-class employment experience for every employee

​Ron Fritz, CEO & Co-Founder TechSoft 3D

​Ron Fritz is the Co-founder and CEO of Tech Soft 3D, a global technology firm providing powerful 3D development tools used by hundreds of software companies in manufacturing and building industries. Over his 23-year tenure, Ron has grown the Bend, OR-based company from a startup into an industry leader with 100 employees across five offices worldwide. Driven by the mission to “Fuel Innovation,” he has championed a strong culture while expanding Tech Soft 3D’s HOOPS technologies that power software for designing everything from cars and appliances to buildings.

​Ron holds a Business degree from Cornell University and is passionate about the company’s continued growth, visiting customers globally, and enjoying outdoor activities like mountain biking and snowboarding in Central Oregon.


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