Becoming a “Best Place to Work” is at the top of many organizations’ priority lists. To attract and keep the best talent requires fostering an engaging culture where people want to work. But, building an extraordinary workplace is easier said than done. In fact, it’s hard to even know where to start.
This dynamic session will reveal research-based insights into the what, why and how of building and sustaining a “Best Place to Work” for your employees. And (spoiler alert) it’s not about installing ping pong tables or sleep pods.
- Understand what organizations with exceptional workplaces do differently than others to engage and retain their best talent
- Discover the common elements found within “Best Places to Work” and what they tell us about how to create the most engaging workplaces
- Gain practical advice for how to take action within your organization to implement the lessons from “Best Places to Work” in order to increase employee engagement, performance, and retention within your own organization.
Agenda for Thursday, Nov. 16
11:30 a.m. | Networking
12 p.m. | Presentation
12:45 p.m. | Q&A
About the Speaker
Jason Lauritsen is a keynote speaker, author, and consultant. He is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently.
A former corporate Human Resources executive, Jason has dedicated his career to helping leaders build organizations that are good for both people and profits.
Most recently, he led the research team for Quantum Workplace’s Best Places to Work program where he has studied the employee experience at thousands of companies to understand what the best workplaces in the world do differently than the rest.
Jason is the co-author of the book, Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships. Connect with Jason at www.JasonLauritsen.com.
Members | $25
Non-Members | $40
Students | $20
Note: Once paid, the registration fee for this event is non-refundable. If you register for this event and are unable to attend, a credit will be issued that can be applied toward another IABC Omaha event within one year.