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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.
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.
Kenya Beard, EdD, AGACNP-BC, CNE, ANEF, FAAN, Associate Provost, Social Mission, Chamberlain University will present Inspiring Opportunity – Opening Doors
for a Diverse Workforce Advancing Health Equity at the Inspire Work Summit, as part of Adtalem Global Education’s acceptance of the Gold Award for Inspiring Diversity
and Inclusion. Beard has devoted her career to improving access and the quality of healthcare and education and the award honors Adtalem’s mission dedicated to dismantling obstacles that prevent access to higher education.
Linda DiBias | Vice President of Corporate Marketing | Global Benefits Group (GBG)
When Linda DiBias joined Global Benefits Group as its VP of Corporate Marketing, her objective was to modernize the brand. She knew that change also comes from within, so the team set about overhauling the organization’s culture, creating commitments to propel positive change internally and externally.
Within two years, the team had introduced a women’s leadership program, advocated for employee development, and steered GBG to produce its first set of organizational values.
Watch this inspiring talk and learn more about how they:
As we enter into the Future of Work, our workplaces are evolving at a rapid pace. Many companies are scrambling to build an innovative employee experience that helps recruit, retain, and engage their employees. This session will focus on how organizations can build or enhance their employee experience to be one that’s meaningful, set on a foundation of belonging, and ultimately supports employees to be their best.
Every single day, employees run into obstacles or have ideas that go unnoticed, unheard, or unresolved. However, companies who are leaders in employee experience have an approach that also makes them 3.5x more likely to obtain that very same hard-to-capture employee feedback at least monthly.
Join Michael Mallett as he shares how companies are easily using new ways to hear what their employees really want to tell them (about their employee lifecycle, specific interactions, recent enablement content, etc.) as part of a continuous understanding and engagement approach in the very same places where they may be receiving or acting on that information itself: their internal websites and employee-used technologies.
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.
One Liberty Plaza, 1 Liberty St, New York, NY 10006, USA
Please go to the private entrance, 165 Broadway, on the corner of Cortlandt Street and Broadway, opposite The Gap. The name Convene is on the side of the building and faces Broadway.
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