There's Nothing 'Quiet' About What's Happening in the Workplace Today | Sessions

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There's Nothing 'Quiet' About What's Happening in the Workplace Today
In-Person Wednesday 06/14/2023 07:30 AM - 08:30 AM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Interpersonal (Behavioral), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level
Workplace Application:
Attendees will assess their employee experience challenges and learn strategies for overcoming current disengagement through three approaches. 

Quiet quitting is the latest buzzword that sounds like someone is resigning from their job, but in fact describes a rebellion against the hustle culture of going above and beyond what a job requires. As a fast follow to Quiet Quitting, came Quiet Firing, which involves an employer creating a hostile work environment in the hopes that it will cause an employee to quit, and not necessarily quietly. No matter what label is used, it all comes down to one issue.. that few people are thriving in the workplace today. This session will take attendees through an assessment process that will help them crystalize the opportunities for employee experience improvement and identify the barriers that are holding up their progress.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the current employee experience and what events have lead to the current state.
  • Assessment of attendee's organization through three lenses of experience.
  • Create an action plan that includes key strategies to improve the employee experience in today's challenging work environment.

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Kathy Kacher Photo
Kathy Kacher, President,
Career/Life Alliance Services, Inc.
Trina Hoefling Photo
Trina Hoefling, Adjunct Faculty,
University of Denver