Creating a Workplace Culture


Program Description:

Participants will learn a practical approach on how they can change their workplace culture to one where they and their fellow associates want to come to work. Focusing on several case studies, the program shows the critical role leaders play in shaping the attitude the workplace demonstrates to those it serves, whether you be a leader of yourself or the CEO of a multi-national company. This program leaves participants motivated to recreate their workplace into a place where fun, high energy and results occur every day.


Jon Plodzik

Jon Plodzik is the Director of the Dining program at the University of New Hampshire. UNH Dining generates revenues in excess of $30 million annually and is one of the most respected student dining services in the country. He began his professional career in the hospitality field with Marriott, the industry leader in service. Selected to work in their Healthcare Division, known as Marriott Management Services, Jon’s responsibilities took him to a variety of contracted accounts throughout New England for 8 years ranging in size from the large volume operations to smaller specialty units. Since joining the University of New Hampshire in 1998, he has grown in responsibility to his current position by focusing on creating a service culture where associates feel recognized, growing revenue, maximizing profitability and driving guest satisfaction. He possesses a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire and has been in the hospitality industry for over 20 years.

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