Back to the Future: A Time Travel Audit

Back to the Future Time Travel AuditDuration: 30-minutes
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Today’s rapid pace of change means that operating in the present simply isn’t enough. Your workforce and your business must be anticipatory and future driven.

Your organization is likely experiencing three distinct time orientation mindsets, those who live in the past, those who live in the present, and those who live in the future. Having these multiple mindsets across your workforce and departments is like having endless roadblocks.

Don’t forget, the windshield is significantly larger than the rearview mirror for a reason – we need a clear, unobstructed look at the road ahead. To move ahead together, businesses can conduct a time travel audit to identify mindsets and gain insight on their impact.

Join our 30-minute webinar to learn how to understand and unite these different mindsets to achieve a more future-focused organization. Learn the benefits of conducting a time travel audit and how to successfully walk forward together. Knowing the time orientations of your organization is a valuable tool to help you to more effectively communicate, collaborate, and move forward together to achieve results.

If your business is experiencing a disconnect as a result of competing mindsets, a time travel audit is the perfect next step towards the future. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the three time orientation mindsets
  • Benefits of the time travel audit
  • Tips to unite competing mindsets

Webinar: Back to the Future: A Time Travel Audit

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About the Presenter

Rick Hogentogler, CPA - Stambaugh Ness

Rick Hogentogler Managing Director, Business Development

Rick’s passion for sharing the SN story began early in his career. His unique ability to uncover the needs of his clients has made him invaluable to organizations in architectural, engineering, and construction; manufacturing and distribution; and government and not-for-profit.

Rick believes that listening and understanding are the critical first steps to providing solutions that bring real results. The most rewarding part of his job? Connecting the dots for clients and seeing them reach their goals as a result.


Kristi Weierbach, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP - Stambaugh NessKristi Weierbach, Ph.D. | Managing Director, Workforce Advisory Services

Kristi focuses her extensive expertise on helping clients design a workforce that is not only prepared for the future, but one that leverages disruption to thrive and succeed. Weaving together a unique blend of anticipatory tools and insights with practical solutions, Kristi provides clients with an organizational architecture that empowers them for the NextGen.