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Culture Club: Human-Centric Ways to Rethink Your Workplace Programs for Increased Connectivity
In-Person and Virtual Monday 06/24/2024 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Interpersonal (Behavioral), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
Learn how to implement and foster a more human-centric workplace that will help improve morale, retention and performance. 

When organizations take a human-centric approach with their employees, magical things begin to happen: Productivity increases, job satisfaction improves, retention stabilizes and employees are, well, happy. If your organization needs an attitude adjustment, our practical guide will help your HR team implement and foster a human-centric work environment. We'll weed out the myths, discuss employee nuances (thrivers vs. grinders) and unveil a few small steps that will reboot your employees, taking them from doldrums to dynamic.

Learning Objectives:

  • '1-2-3 Check, Check: Let's breakdown three human-centric workplace myths for a reality check: -Too touchy-feely. Our organization isn't emotional enough for a human-centric culture.  - Eeew, people. Having a human-centric workplace involves constant hand-holding, coddling and micromanaging employees.   -What they really, really want: All employees prefer a flexible work schedule.'
  • The Benefits: Companies with human-centric cultures are filled with employees who take pride in their organization, feel valued, encouraged to provide feedback and make improvements.
  • The Steps: Implementing a human-centric workplace involves understanding employee needs and creating an environment that supports wellbeing, flexibility, communication and sense of belonging.
  • The Technology: Better workplace technology boosts employee productivity, improves efficiency and enables informed decision-making.
  • The Numbers: Open communication, surveys and constant feedback not only engages employees, but it gives them a voice. Your follow-through ensures they are being heard, valued and respected.
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Andrea Goodkin, EVP, People & Technology Practice Leader,
HUB International Limited
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Michelle Dix, SHRM-SCP, SVP, Human Capital Consulting,
HUB International Limited