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We are so excited to bring back our face-to-face conferences after an enforced three year hiatus.
What was The Employee Engagement Conference will now be known as, The Inspire Work Summit.
We still believe people and their stories are the biggest source of inspiration. You will leave the Summit inspired and informed with knowledge to take back into your own workplace.
Bringing together all the learnings, innovations and expertise from some of the most Inspiring Workplaces across North America, topped with the latest insights from leading thought leaders and experts in the field of employee experience, HR, employee wellbeing, future of work and diversity and inclusion.
We will have a few surprises and exciting formats thrown in too.
We are currently confirming our line ups and synopsis, but here is what to expect from the summit so far.
The two most critical jobs-to-be-done for organizations today are to win in the workplace and to win in the marketplace.
As we consider the people we lead, the natural question that follows is, how big is the gap between performance and potential?
The vast majority of the workforce today possess far more talent, creativity, ingenuity, intelligence, and ability than their present jobs require, or even allow them to contribute. The fact is, most organizations are over-managed and under-led.
The traditional Command & Control style of leadership that is prevalent, to some degree, in 92% of organizations today, is incapable of inspiring the level of commitment, innovation, collaboration, belonging, loyalty and performance needed to deliver on the two critical jobs-to-be-done in today’s ever-changing, disruptive world.
The antidote to Command & Control, simply put, is Trust & Inspire.
A Trust & Inspire leader models authentic, inclusive behavior with humility and courage. They’re not only trustworthy, they’re trusting, and their people deliver on that trust. They inspire others to willingly give their hearts and minds, not just to work, but to contribute meaningfully to something that matters. People don’t just want to be motivated, they want to be inspired. Contrary to what most people believe, inspiring others is a learnable skill.
Your people are your most important asset, and it’s more important than ever to meet the needs of employees, continue engaging with them and understanding their sentiment.
During this session, Mike Winters will provide an inside look into how Bank of America’s award-winning onboarding, education and professional development organization, The Academy, launched a dynamic platform to drive accountability and continuous improvement by gathering teammate feedback on their learning program experiences. One of the most important things businesses can do to inform training and development strategies for the future is listen to their employees. The Academy serves more than 200,000 employees, so we’re constantly learning from our teammates so we can continue to get better.
Teammate Voices connects the employee experience to customer experience, creating a common framework for business partners and leaders to assess and create meaningful program changes based on teammate feedback.
According to Gallup, only 26% of employees strongly agree that the feedback they receive helps them do better work. Why is that? Because many organizations don’t provide enough feedback or they provide feedback in unproductive ways.
Holly will share how to lead effective feedback conversations, create feedback loops through your organization, and cultivate a healthy culture where every team member is engaged and growing.
The world of work is changing rapidly, resulting in small teams of communicators struggling to keep pace with employee engagement best practices and new developments in workplace technologies.
This exclusive talk with Interact will guide you through some of the best intranet and internal comms projects in the past 12 months, including Domino’s, Indeed.com and more.
The talk will show you how the tactics employed by a diverse range of organisations can help you to consistently deliver engaging communications that resonate with your teams. You’ll walk away with insights on:
In this panel session, Duke Daehling, Dr Jack Wiley, Cecilia Tse, Mike Lamm will be discussing how organisations can build well-being as a strategic priority.
Why does well-being need to be a strategic priority?
How do you build a culture with well-being at the heart of it?
And why are leaders so important to this process?
Join us for what promises to be a fitting way to close out the summit.
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