Denise Boudreau, president of Drive, shares how measuring and improving your organizational culture can improve your revenues and profitability.
Join host Jennifer Drago as she interviews Denise Boudreau, president of Drive, and learn how organizations can measure and improve their culture to improve recruitment and retention of team members. Even more importantly, Denise shares the drivers of culture and what simple daily actions can have a dramatic impact on your organization’s culture.
Leaders in any industry will be intrigued by Denise’s takeaways on the importance of focusing on your organizational culture and how culture drives your organization’s performance on key metrics including employee engagement, client satisfaction, safety, productivity, and profitability.
Drive helps senior living and healthcare organizations improve recruitment and retention through organizational culture. Drive will help you improve recruitment, staff retention, and employee engagement with a rock-solid company culture that staff love!
A toxic work culture rots organizations from the inside out… Every year, countless organizations lose millions of dollars due to bad culture. But it gets worse: poor culture also repels top-tier talent, kills workplace productivity and taints customer experience.
Our services: • Create a better work culture through our Culture Assessment. It takes a data-driven, strategic approach to transforming your culture into one that attracts happy, productive staff. And keeps them there. • Develop fundamental leadership skills that keep your staff engaged and you at your best as a leader through on-demand courses, Executive Coaching and Emotional Intelligence Coaching. • Inspire through presentations, speeches and keynotes at your meeting or conference that influence, motivate and connect deeply with your audience.
Denise Boudreau, MHA, LNHA, is President of Drive, which helps healthcare and senior living organizations measure and improve their culture, resulting in improved recruitment and retention.
A former nursing home and assisted living administrator, she is a serial volunteer serving on numerous state and national boards. Denise received her Bachelor of Science in Gerontology from the University of Scranton and her Master in Health Administration from Cornell University where she currently works as a student mentor.
She is proud to share that she started off her career as a dietary aide and nursing assistant.