Lynne Ruhl is the founder, President and CEO of Perfect 10 Corporate Cultures, and spent 18 years training, mentoring and coaching the athletes and staff at Cincinnati Gymnastics Academy in relationship and quality-of-life skills. She formed Perfect 10 Corporate Cultures in 2001 to cultivate work environments high in trust and respect. Today, Lynne operates a Cincinnati-based consultancy focused on healthy cultures, strong leaders and winning strategies. She’ll share how Perfect 10 diagnosed Bullen Ultrasonics’ culture clash, and helped set them on a path of good communication, integrity and family governance.
Joanie McDaniel is HR Manager for Bullen Ultrasonics. She joined the company in 2003, and has spent the past 14 years observing family dynamics and the impact on non-family employees. Joanie witnessed the positive transformation that occurred at Bullen Ultrasonics once a family charter and good family governance processes were in place.
Tim Beatty is president of Bullen Ultrasonics, a globally recognized pioneer and leader in ultrasonic machining. The third generation of Bullen’s family-owned business, Tim has steered the company through a period of significant capital investment in automation technology, driven Bullen to the forefront of ceramic matrix composites (CMC) machining for the aerospace/defense industry, and solidified its leadership in the semiconductor, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), transportation/automotive, defense, aerospace, and medical and life sciences industries. Under Tim’s leadership, Bullen has grown significantly to become an industry leader with the largest concentration of ultrasonic machining equipment in the world.