Date: Dec. 13, 2022
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Organizational culture is a hot topic. And with employee turnover at a record high and employee morale lower than any team leader wants, it's a topic worth discussing. The problem is everyone's focused on the " what," not the " how." We love talking about "the what" of culture: our core values, our vision statements, our "who we are" pages. Those are exciting conversations to be having, but they don't necessarily get us any closer to actually achieving those things. What we need to be talking about is how we exercise those core values and get to that compelling vision. That's where accelerant culture comes in. This is less about "the what," because you get to design that for your staff and students, and more about "the how," the specific mindsets, behaviors and strategies that are going to get you to your " what." Join us for an exploration of accelerant culture and start creating space for all students and staff to thrive and grow.

Speaker: Daniel Juday, Daniel Juday LLC

Tuesday December 13, 2022

8:30 a.m.
Coffee Chat: Accelerant Culture -- creating a space where everyone gets to get better
Daniel Juday

Daniel loves traveling, meeting new people, and working to build bridges of understanding and empathy across challenging “divides.” He deeply believes that all people matter, and he’s spent much of his life working in roles that have allowed him to develop thinking around the nature of education and learning, relationship-building, and professional growth.

He owns and runs a speaking and convening business, focusing on diversity, inclusion, equity, and organizational culture. Daniel works with conference planners, learning and development leaders, nonprofit boards, and corporate entities - all in a pursuit to make the spaces they influence more inclusive.

As the former Director for the Ohio and Indiana Diversity Councils, Daniel took a fledgling organization and grew its corporate membership ranks by almost 2,000% in 2 years. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a BA in English and a Master’s of Education, and is a Certified Diversity Professional. You can find him at