Iowa Chapter-Building Culture to Improve the Workplace

Written by NAMA on Monday, February 18, 2013 , 8:58 am

In 1947, Ray Hagie invented the world’s first self-propelled sprayer and founded Hagie Manufacturing. Today, the family- owned manufacturer of innovative crop protection solutions has earned a unique reputation for their non-traditional commitment to focusing on workplace culture. The Clarion, IA manufacturer has experienced many successes through focusing on employees first, including being named #11 on the Des Moines Register’s Top 100 Workplaces list in 2012.

Alan Hagie, 3rd generation owner, President and CEO, and other Senior Leadership from Hagie Manufacturing shared their story of transformational culture to help other agribusinesses rethink their work environment to retain and attract the best talent to compete in today’s market. Senior Leadership speakers also included Clint Middleton, Culture Coach, and Dave Maxheimer, Human Resources Manager.

Feedback from membership attendees was positive and they enjoyed this unique topic.

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