“It’s not that young people don’t want to work…
they just don’t want to work for you.”
“Whether you realize it or not,
your company culture is impacting
your bottom line.”
“A great company culture starts
with great leadership.”
“Be a great place to work.
Be a great person to work with”
Dr. Donte Vaughn
Sample Speaker Topics
The topic of culture is one that is on everyone’s hot list. It was great watching Dr. Vaughn with the audience. He kept their attention and had them laughing. And he also offered advice that we could all take back to the office with us. Looking forward to his next speech to get more creative and valuable insights on how we can impact and build a great company culture.
Creative Solutions to Organizations’ Culture Challenges with Dr. Donte Vaughn
Dr. Donte Vaughn, DM, is the CEO and Managing Partner of CultureWorx, a company dedicated to providing Culture Performance Management™ solutions to help organizations measure,
Working on Purpose Podcast – Foster an Enlivening Experience Through Your Company Culture
A common refrain from exasperated leaders today is, “People just don’t want to work!”
How Culture Performance Management Can Transcend Healthcare from Burnout to Engagement
How do you define Cultural Capacity in your book “From Culture to Culture”?
Cultivating Your Business Culture – The Shrimp Tank Podcast
Dr. Donte Vaughn, DM, is the CEO and Managing Partner of CultureWorx, a company dedicated to providing Culture Performance Management™ solutions to help organizations measure, manage, and foster cultural change through “real-time” learning and practice.
The Importance of Treating DEIB as a Fundamental Business Strategy Podcast with Lan Elliott of DEI Advisors
Dr. Vaughn explains the importance of treating DEIB as a fundamental business strategy, rather than an initiative, in order to be impactful and #sustainable, and why he doesn’t believe in quotas.
The “Great Resignation” Myth: Bridging Gaps In Leadership Effectiveness Impacting Talent Attraction And Retention
Leaders need to start bridging the gaps between them and their employees. In today’s market, people just don’t feel the need to work for someone anymore.