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Dr. Larry Senn, founder and chairman of culture-shaping firm Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company, will provide a presentation, Winning Cultures and Exceptional Customer Experience, followed by a ‘fireside chat' with Arby's new CEO Paul Brown on revitalizing a strong culture at the Global Retail Marketing Association (GRMA) 9th Annual Executive Leadership Forum May 15-17 in St. Pete Beach, Fl.

Enjoy the latest insights, videos and articles from Senn Delaney leaders on why culture matters in our latest newsletter, including a new video with Children's Hospital Los Angeles CEO Rich Cordova on leading culture change at the pediatric academic medical center.

Jim Hart, president and CEO of Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company, recently hosted a roundtable for chief executive officers at Chief Executive Group's CEO2CEO Leadership Summit at the New York Stock Exchange to examine key elements of business leadership and performance-driven power of purpose. Read the article that appears in the current issue of Chief Executive Magazine where CEOs who attended the roundtable, shared their insights, progress and challenges. Read the full article.

Dustin Seale, Senn Delaney partner and managing director, EMEA, and Ian Johnston, senior vice president, explore the challenges leaders in manufacturing organizations face and examine the kind of culture and mindset needed for manufacturing companies to enable process improvement and enhance spirit, performance and competitiveness in this new thought paper.

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Senn Delaney's published books on creating high-performance teams and cultures

Learn the time-tested secrets of building healthy, high-performance individuals, teams and cultures from Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn and CEO and President Jim Hart.

How can an organization hope to survive when the environment in which it is doing business is continually confronted by broadening competition, shorter product cycle times, old paradigm/new paradigm leadership questions, and an increasingly high premium on available time? The answer is surprisingly not about working more, harder, or faster. It is actually conveyed in the title of this book. The secret of a winning culture is the building of high-performance teams. Is that a secret? Probably not. The real secret this book reveals, then, is in how to make it happen.