Educational Seminars and Webinars
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How Top Workplaces Create Thriving Cultures
February 6 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
According to Deloitte, the role of the HR professional is changing from that of Chief Talent Officer to Chief Employee Experience Officer. As the workforce continues to change and the talent race heats up, offering employees meaningful experiences and opportunities to grow, learn and contribute has become more important than ever. Culture either happens by default or is created intentionally, and companies that commit to intentionally developing their cultures are recruiting, retaining and engaging their employees.
What does it take to be recognized as the best place to work and to create a thriving culture that draws in and retains employees? In thriving workplace cultures and at employers of choice, employees feel valued, inspired, and connected to their work and coworkers. For employers, engaged, thriving employees means a competitive business advantage, including improved employee engagement and retention, increased creativity and innovation, improved leadership effectiveness, and stronger, more cohesive leadership teams. All of these factors improve an organization’s bottom line and ability to recruit and retain talent. In this session, you’ll learn what it takes to build a thriving culture from the inside out and how to position yourself as a more strategic HR leader.
1. Discover five key strategies to engaging and retaining employees based on data collected from over a half million employees
2. Distinguish between perceptions of what makes a healthy workplace culture and what the evidence says about what employees want
3. Identify the three factors that influence employee engagement, regardless of generation
4. Explore the criteria top workplace surveys consider when determining and selecting recipients of top workplace award.
5. Learn innovative, practical and actionable strategies for fostering connection and engagement at your workplace
About the Speaker:
Rachel Druckenmiller, Director of Wellbeing, Alera Group
Rachel Druckenmiller, who has served as the Corporate Health & Wellness Specialist at SIG since 2007, has been promoted to Wellness Director. Rachel completed her certification as a Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), the world’s largest nutrition school in December 2013. At IIN, she studied dozens of dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. She also earned a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies in April 2014. In her role as Wellness Director, Rachel assists organizations in implementing health promotion strategies to improve the health of their employees and the culture of their workplace. She has guided both SIG and their clients to receive local and national wellness awards, and SIG has been recognized as one of Baltimore’s Healthiest Employers for the past two years and a Gold-Level American Heart Association Fit Friendly Company for three years running.