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Date(s) - 06/14/2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

SFFB Room B-040

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San Francisco Bay Area Federal Executive Board

San Francisco Federal Building

90 7th St. Basement B040

San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 625-2461 |

If I Were in Charge…

(Re)creating cultures that work

Workshop is geared towards Managers, Supervisors & Executives

One Workshop; Two Sessions:

Thursday, May 24: 9 AM – 12 PM

Thursday, June 14: 9 AM – 12 PM


Does it feel good to walk into your office?

  • Do you and your staff feel valued, inspired, and supported?
  • Do you tell others how great it is to work in your agency?

Or, do you find yourself saying:

  • This just doesn’t feel like the right place for me.
  • I don’t feel valued, inspired, and supported here.
  • I keep hoping things will get better.

“Culture” is the feeling we get from a place based on the experiences we have there.  Every organization has a culture — even if it seems nonexistent or generic.  And, all cultures can be reshaped to create more healthy, supportive, meaningful, and productive environments.  In this interactive workshop, Ted Riter guides you through the design process of (re)creating the culture that will allow you to thrive in today’s world.

By the time you leave this seminar, you will be able to:

  • Identify the culture of your office/department/agency.
  • Conceptualize the culture you would like to create.
  • Embrace your role in creating the “ideal” culture for your workplace.
  • Chart a path that promotes healthy collaboration to create the healthy culture you desire and deserve

Tuition: $300/person, Limited to 20 Participants

To register, go to and enter code FEB2018

Ted Riter is an expert in culture shifting and organizational transitions. He has been inspiring audiences for 25 years with his humor, insight, passion, and compassion. He uses a unique blend of ancient wisdom, modern design, and personal experience to guide individuals and organizations through times of significant change and crisis. Today, his work includes ensuring a crisis never occurs in the first place.