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Webinar | Adapting and Influencing your Company's Culture

  • 18 Nov 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
  • Zoom info provided with registration


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The American Society for Engineering Management presents the next webinar as part of the Academic Partnership Series...

Adapting and Influencing your Company's Culture

Thursday, 18 November 2021

2 - 3 pm ET

Presenter: Daren Maynard, PhD, PMP®

National Training Manager, Solid Support

Organizational culture is important in a new employee's experience in a company. There can be various cultures that you as a new employee will face - national, organizational, department, or project culture. How do you as a new employee get involved in a new company? How do you adapt when moving into a new role or new country? The webinar discusses the approaches new employees can use to adapt and influence the company's culture. These approaches can be applied whether you are a junior, middle, or senior employee. This is also applicable when you are creating a new company.

About the Speaker

Daren Maynard works as the National Training Manager at Solid Support based in Sydney, Australia. He has responsibility for the coordination, curriculum development, and content delivery of the Construction Planning Academy. He delivers project management consultancy services to clients. He works with clients to improve their project delivery and creates solutions around project management offices (PMO) and systems. He leads the industry and university partnerships for the company. He engages with universities on their built environment degree programs and research activities. He is responsible for Talent Acquisition, Employee Relations, Employee and Organizational Development. Additionally, he functions as an internal project manager on business transformation and new product development projects.

He is an Industrial Engineer specializing in Projects Portfolio Management. He has worked in the construction, digital media, education, and energy sectors in Australia and in the Caribbean. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from The University of the West Indies - St Augustine in Trinidad and Tobago, a Master of Science in Programme and Project Management from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Built Environment from the University of Technology Sydney. He is a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute. He has worked in the construction, digital media, education, and energy sectors in Australia and in the Caribbean. In the past 15 years, he has taught at all levels of education from K – 12 to university & continuing professional development levels. This teaching experience has been concurrent with his project management experience. His professional and research interests are in (a) Organizational Systems, (b) Portfolio, Program & Project Management, (c) Learning, Training & Development, and (d) Technology Management.

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