Fostering and Purposefully Shaping Workplace Culture
Recorded On: 10/19/2020
How do you shift from asking “What is culture and why should I care about it?” to “How can I use culture as leverage in creating an organization I love to lead?” Join Jackson Healthcare’s president, Shane Jackson, as he shares how he’s learned to purposefully shape and sustain a strong, tangible workplace culture firsthand through growing Jackson Healthcare into the $1 billion company it has become. Learn the secrets of creating a culture that is something you feel when you talk with associates who describe their sense of purpose, their connection to the community, and the confidence they feel in themselves because of the clear and certain nature of the company’s values.
President, Jackson Healthcare
Jackson is president of Jackson Healthcare, a family of 16 companies and 1,500 associates specializing in temporary and permanent health care staffing. He has also served as president of LocumTenens.com, Patient Placement Systems, and NextStart Capital. Jackson has been named among the 100 most influential people in the staffing industry by Staffing Industry Analysts and as one of the most accomplished young business leaders in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. He is an advocate for the power of business leaders as a positive force for people and the community—his book Fostering Culture addresses intentionally nurturing a values-led culture. Jackson serves on the board of Junior Achievement of Atlanta and the Goodman Institute. He is vice chairman of the health and wellness policy committee for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, as well as the state’s goBeyondProfit business initiative that promotes the belief that giving back is good for business and good for Georgia. Jackson earned a master of business administration degree from Emory University, and a bachelor of business administration degree from Harding University. He and his wife reside in Alpharetta, GA, with their three children.