Please join ATD Bay Colonies for Level Up Your Team Culture with Wendy Hanson of BetterManager. In this session, we will look at ways to identify the culture you want on your team and how to reinforce it, celebrate success, and create opportunities. The session will be interactive to get everyone’s best ideas. Examples of culture decks, charters for a committee, and inspirational events/activities will be shared. Let’s create a culture that everyone wants to be part of!
Wendy Hanson is the co-founder and Chief Culture & Community Officer at BetterManager.
In this role, Wendy oversees all programming and is responsible for recruiting, managing, and cultivating a vibrant community of executive coaches and facilitators around the globe. Under her leadership, BetterManager has grown into a top-rated executive and employee coaching companies—amassing an industry-leading NPS score of 90 and client roster including leading companies, such as Chegg, NASA, Eventbrite, DraftKings, and more.
As an executive coach for over two decades, she has worked with companies of all sizes, coaching C-suite leaders and business teams across various industries. Her clients have included Google, Yelp, SurveyMonkey, DropBox, AOL, Mapquest and hundreds of early-stage and high-growth start-ups.
Wendy is a business innovator, entrepreneur, coach, and champion for women’s economic empowerment whose life’s work has centered on spearheading institutional change. She is co-author of The Sassy Ladies Toolkit for Start-up Businesses, the host of the Better Manager Podcast, and an advocate for women entrepreneurs in Guatemala and the Philippines (Together We Can Change the World). In her role as a special education administrator, she developed innovative business models that provided training for people with disabilities.
Wendy earned a master’s degree in Education from Antioch University of New England in Organization and Management. In 1999, she received her coaching certification (PCC) from the Coaches Training Institute. Wendy was named the Small Business Administration’s Women in Business Champion of the Year for the State of Rhode Island in 2009.
She is a member of A Network for Grateful Living's Board, a member of Forbes’ Coaches Council, and the National Speakers Association.