Extension educators are frequently tasked with strengthening organizations they collaborate with or provide education to. When a county government in Wisconsin experienced significant personnel changes in a span of less than 18 months, department heads contacted Extension to request professional development and team-building education for their staffs. Extension educators facilitated a series of Real Colors workshops that were attended by over 300 participants and transformed the county's organizational culture. Workshop evaluations and behavior change reported by the county administrator provided evidence of this transformation.
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Roback, P. (2017). Using Real Colors to Transform Organizational Culture. The Journal of Extension, 55(6), Article 33. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol55/iss6/33