Building Connections & Engagement: Creating a Magnetic Culture

When:
October 11, 2018 @ 7:45 am – 9:45 am
2018-10-11T07:45:00-05:00
2018-10-11T09:45:00-05:00
Where:
MCC Shah Center
4100 W. Shamrock Lane
McHenry
IL 60050
Cost:
$15 Members / $30 Non-Members
Contact:

Program Summary:

Title: Building Connection & Engagement: Creating a Magnetic Culture

 Summary: As competition for great talent continues to be a primary challenge for most organizations, inspiring connection and engagement to your brand is becoming ever more crucial. Around the world, corporations are investing significant resources to improve workplace culture with mixed results. Are your culture-building efforts creating a great employee experience? Are they attracting good people and inspiring them to achieve? Are they driving business results?  Kathy Langlois, Managing Director of O.C. Tanner’s consulting practice in Chicago will present findings from a joint study by the O.C. Tanner Institute, Y2 Analytics, and a Harvard Business school professor on which culture priorities will drive the best results.

 

Key takeaways include:

• Explore a research-based framework for evaluating the influence of workplace culture on employee engagement

• Learn about the six most meaningful dimensions of workplace culture that attract, engage, and retain talent

• Explore practices to build a more engaging culture

 

Speaker: Kathy Langlois, Managing Director, O.C. Tanner

 

Speaker Bio: Kathy has more than 15 years of specific recognition experience, including her current role of Managing Director at O.C. Tanner. She was in one of the first graduating classes of Recognition Professionals International to earn the Certified Recognition Professional designation. Her background consists of strategic solution support and consultative solution design. Prior to joining O.C. Tanner, she held business development and account management roles at international organizations and developed incentive and recognition solutions for several Fortune 500 companies. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri—Columbia.

 

Cost:  Members – $15   Non-Members – $30