- 7:30am Breakfast
- 8:00-9:00am Briefing
Presented by: Brian Rouff
Managing Partner, Imagine Communications
Brian Rouff will present “Company Culture for Fun and Profit.” During the presentation, Rouff will discuss how company culture is the heart of any company and how to design and develop a strong culture. He will also provide background on how companies with a positive culture score at or near the top of satisfaction surveys. Other topics include:
- Culture is not separate from the company; it is the company
- How a positive company culture provides a competitive advantage
- Case histories of companies with strong cultures
- Tangible benefits of a positive culture
- Culture as a self-correcting mechanis
Rouff encourages audience engagement and interaction throughout this workshop.
Brian Rouff opened his first Southern Nevada-based advertising firm in 1987 and has since provided numerous clients with an array of marketing services to help them achieve their goals. In 2003, Imagine acquired his firm, and today Brian serves as Managing Partner.
With nearly four decades of marketing experience, Brian oversees the firm’s day-to-day operations and is one of its primary business marketing strategists.
Brian, a UCLA graduate, has facilitated hundreds of advertising-related workshops throughout the country. He is also a successful novelist and his novel, “Dice Angel,” is one of the top-rated Las Vegas books on Amazon.com. His newest book is “The House Always Wins,” a Las Vegas ghost story.
**Please note we cannot offer CPE credits for this event.
Location:Houldsworth, Russo & Company
8675 S. Eastern Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89123
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