Communities in Schools | 2018 Annual Impact Conference


Non-profit organizations are uniquely positioned to impact their communities and the world for good, leaving a legacy of transformed lives. Communities in Schools (CIS) has empowered students by removing barriers for vulnerable students at risk of dropping out, keeping kids in schools and on the path to graduation and leveraging evidence, relationships, and local resources to drive results.

Performance Culture has partnered with CIS of Cape Fear to help them fulfill their mission and vision by creating a high performing team.

Join our presentation and learn how you can build better teams and get better results with Performance Culture.

Our White Paper reveals the simple yet powerful practice of using the Performance-Values (PV) Matrix to manage your team. The four quadrants of the PV Matrix represent the possible combinations of high or low performance and high or low values.

KEY TAKEAWAYS from the Session include:

  • Learn how to achieve the business results you want and create a great place to work.
  • Discuss how to effectively engage your employees.
  • Discuss the role of leadership in creating high performing teams.

About the Speakers


Marrio Jeter is the Director of Operations at Communities In Schools of Cape Fear where he has worked for the past 10 years. After earning his Bachelor of Arts In Political Science and Public Administration at North Carolina Central University, Mr. Jeter began his 18-year career of public service to New Hanover County through the NC Department of Corrections, NC Department of Public Safety and New Hanover County Schools. He is a passionate servant-leader, mentor, and visionary that works to improve the workplace and every sector of the community with data-driven results. He is the father of two wonderful children, Justus:16, Grayce: age 13, and has been married to his college sweetheart Angela for 17 years.


Melissa Phillippi, Co-Founder, and President of Performance Culture, Inc., helps leaders improve their company culture through focus, accountability, and team chemistry. She developed the Performance Culture “Coach the Coach” program to help organizations build a coaching culture that engages employees and improves workplace satisfaction. She earned a BS in Economics from UNCW.

 

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