The Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work annual list is in its 21st year. Since its inception, it has been the gold standard in workplace research and recognition. We know that the best workplaces enjoy the most sustained growth, lowest turnover, and highest engagement, but HOW they do it remains a bit of a mystery to most. In this half-day workshop, Hal Adler, CEO of Leadership Landing, and former president of Great Place to Work Institute (the research and consulting engine that creates the list), shares the important trends/data/stories and themes that can be garnered from great workplaces, along with the critical ways in which leaders must contribute in order to build and sustain these environments. We think we know how behemoth technology companies in Silicon Valley, CA do it, but what about 200 person mining companies in Badger, Wisconsin? Come to learn about the true cultural drivers of great workplaces that lie beneath the surface bells and whistles, and most importantly, how self-awareness leaders play their part, and how you can play yours.
Important Questions Answered
- What are the common elements of great workplaces, that have nothing to do with the lavish menu of perks,
services, bells or whistles?
- What are the common and learnable attributes of great workplace leaders?
- How are great leaders and great workplaces outperforming their peers and competitors?
- How can I, with my leaders begin engaging our people more effectively?
- How can our company achieve stronger results through my individual actions?
- Why is Self-Awareness for leaders so inconsistent, and how can I cultivate it for myself and others?