As Chief Restaurant Officer at MOD Pizza, Becky’s dedication to leading in a people-first, purpose-led organization comes to life through her support of the personal and professional development of the MOD Squad. Becky leads the Field Restaurant Teams, Operations Excellence, Operations Innovation, and the Franchise organization. Becky believes passionately in MOD’s purpose: MOD exists to serve people in order to contribute a world that works for and includes everyone. Prior to MOD, Becky was the CEO for Little Beet Brands, and Le Pain Quotidien US, part of the Aurify Brands family. There, she honed her skills for concept development and brand acquisition. Before Aurify, she had a 16-year career at Starbucks, which is where she developed her passion for leading in a purpose driven organization. Her roles included Director of Planning and Prioritization, Director of Operations Innovation, Director of Mobile Order and Pay Operations, and Regional Director. Throughout her career, Becky has demonstrated a belief that anyone can grow and develop regardless of any barrier to employment or promotion. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from Colorado Technical University.
Sessions for Becky Mulligan
Ignite Ideas and Engage Employees- Creating a C-Suite “Safe Place”Location: Grand Sonoran E
Successful leaders know…
Innovation requires creativity
Creativity requires risk
Risk is only taken by employees who feel safe to take it.
This session will explore how the mindsets, behaviors, and decisions of senior leaders can shape an organization's culture, ultimately creating an environment to engage the very best thinking from employees, unlock growth through innovation and create change that others follow! Leading NOW will present findings from its proprietary research on Cultural Dynamics in the Workplace, framing a discussion on leading breakthrough innovation. Hear from top industry executives as they present boundary-pushing case studies to real time problems, and the innovative solutions their organizations found to better establish a people first culture (but not without some challenges or risks along the way -- those will be part of the conversation, too).