About Aligning HR & Internal Communications to Boost the Employee Experience 2018
ALIGNING HR & INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS TO BOOST THE EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE, SAN FRANCISCO, OCTOBER 09-11, 2018
Navigate employee experience strategies in this 3-day interactive conference. From introducing your employee value proposition to becoming a great place to work, this is one conference you can’t afford to miss.
Join your peers to hear how HR & Communications teams can work more effectively together to drive higher performing teams and boost organizational results. Discover tools, trends, and strategies to boost your employee experience, including live examples of how:
- Southwest Airlines harness the power of their employee’s stories to nurture their workplace culture.
- General Motors created a weekly podcast, by employees for employees, to engage and inform.
- Exeter Health Resources united departments through fundraising which shifted culture and won executive buy-in from senior leadership.
- Fitbit attracted positive attention and boosted their employee experience by simply adding more fun to their HR communications strategy.
- Barton Malow transformed their existing intranet into a powerful employee collaboration tool to bridge the gap between internal communications, HR and senior leadership.
Participate in 3 interactive, round-table discussions deigned to help you benchmark solutions for your most pressing challenges. These workshops have been designed to help you establish a foundation before hearing the general session case-studies. You will have plenty of time to ask your questions and get practical, how-to ideas.
- Workshop A: Return to the Office Prepared to Increase Readership, Engagement and ROI Across Your Organization, Trident Communications LLC
- Workshop B: The Art & Science of Driving Action: Behavioral Economics to Enhance the Effectiveness of Your Internal Communications, Benz Communications
- Workshop C: Transform Your Employee Experience by Learning How to Create an Employee Experience Map, Future Work Design