We often hear the concept of organizational culture discussed as if it simply refers to how we treat each other in the work environment. However, savvy organizations and leaders know an organization’s culture has strong influence on individual, team, and organizational performance and can be a true competitive advantage. This webinar will explore what workplace culture really means and how it impacts performance at all levels of the organization.

Watch the Catalyze Performance through Cultural Transformation here. 

Our Alumni Webinar series provides accessible, ongoing continuing education and professional development opportunities for Wisconsin Business Alumni and features content provided by the Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED).


Tracy Nelson

Tracy Nelson MSOD, SPHR, CPLP

Vice President, Learning & Development, Center for Professional & Executive Development
Adjunct Faculty/Executive in Residence, Wisconsin School of Business

Tracy is a senior human resources and talent development executive with more than 30 years of business experience. She currently leads CPED’s full learning portfolio of talent development services including courses and certificate programs, coaching services, and organizational, leadership, and team assessment services.

Tracy works directly with client organizations to understand their talent development needs and design solutions leveraging the full scope of talent and thought leadership from the University of Wisconsin faculty and beyond. Tracy has been an active leader in her profession at both the local and national level. She was one of the first in the nation to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance designation (CPLP) through the National Association for Talent Development (ATD), and served on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin chapter of ATD including a role as President.

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The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development helps individuals, teams, and organizations enhance performance and productivity through practical business learning short courses, certificates, coaching, and assessments. Programs are delivered at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus Fluno Center or an organization’s business location. Learn more about The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development by visiting www.uwcped.org