Do you want to build a thriving culture where your employees feel valued, engaged and able to grow?
In a world where organisations are competing for talent and struggling to retain staff, employees now expect a fantastic values-based culture as standard, or you will have plenty of open vacancies. The benefits are clear: a stronger company culture means better business performance, higher levels of engagement and wellbeing and a laundry list of company advocates.
Now that Millennials and Gen-Z make up more than half of the working population, it’s more important than ever to invest in your culture. The time has come for real change — where company culture must focus on purpose, wellbeing, trust and engagement.
Join Andrew Heath and Lauren Rolfe on Thursday 12th May at 10AM to learn best practices for designing and implementing a culture strategy. Plus discover our tried and tested culture blueprint that has worked for 1000s of organisations.
- The real cost of ignoring culture
- Why listening must come first
- How engagement, wellbeing & D&I impact culture
- Best practices for culture in 2022
- Your blueprint for success
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