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The 2014 Extending Your Brand to Employees Conference

Engaging employees to understand your brand promise and motivating them to deliver on it is the most fundamental – yet elusive — mandate for marketing, communications and human resources professionals.
JUNE 18 - 19, 2014 | SHERATON NEW YORK | NEW YORK, NY

JUNE 18 - 19, 2014 | SHERATON NEW YORK | NEW YORK, NY


June 19, 2014

POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 1:30 – 4:30 PM

Employer Brand, Internal Brand, or Employee Value Proposition What is the Difference and How Do You Develop One?

Whether to enhance recruitment and retention, increase employee engagement, or encourage employees to serve as brand ambassadors, the work for successful brand alignment must be done with a high degree of rigor. Using, a case study, this workshop focuses on:

  • A process for development and implementation
  • Creative techniques to discover the employer brand or value proposition
  • The role of stakeholders in ensuring success
  • Methods to integrate and sustain your brand or value proposition in the DNA of your organization
  • Ways to measure ROI

Chris Gay, Principal, Bridge Consulting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOCATION

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
811 7th Avenue 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019
Tel 212 581 1000
Official Website: www.sheratonnewyork.com

PRESENTED WITH ASSISTANCE FROM
Inward Strategic Consulting
Bridge Consulting
SESSION SPONSOR
Root, Inc.
MEDIA ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY
O'Dwyers
JUNE 18 - 19, 2014
SHERATON NEW YORK
June 19, 2014

POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 1:30 – 4:30 PM

Employer Brand, Internal Brand, or Employee Value Proposition What is the Difference and How Do You Develop One?

Whether to enhance recruitment and retention, increase employee engagement, or encourage employees to serve as brand ambassadors, the work for successful brand alignment must be done with a high degree of rigor. Using, a case study, this workshop focuses on:

  • A process for development and implementation
  • Creative techniques to discover the employer brand or value proposition
  • The role of stakeholders in ensuring success
  • Methods to integrate and sustain your brand or value proposition in the DNA of your organization
  • Ways to measure ROI

Chris Gay, Principal, Bridge Consulting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alison Arella, Community Investment Manageer , Cambia Health Solutions

Daryl Barker, Marketing and Public Relations Manager , Nationwide Children's Hospital

Joel Beckerman, Founder and Lead Composer , Man Made Music

Kelli Carlson-Jagersma, Vice President Internal Collaboration Leader, Wells Fargo & Company

Cynthia Ciganovich, Director, Corporate Communications , Wells Enterprises, Inc.

Debra Flickinger, Community Investment Manager , Regence

Christie Gay, Principal, Bridge Consulting

Ann Marie Gothard, Director, Communicating Strategy , EmblemHealth Inc.

Elizabeth Jolly, Director, Internal Communications, Campbell Soup Company

Elizabeth Jolly, Director, Internal Communications, Campbell Soup Company

Julia Taylor Kennedy, Vice President and Senior Fellow , Center for Talent Innovation

Michael Lenz, Director Global Brand Experience Design , Cisco Systems, Inc.

Christine Madigan, Vice President of Responsible Leadership , New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.

Gary Magenta, Chief Change Architect, Root Inc.

Susan O'Connor, Director, Executive Office and Diabetes and Obesity Marketing Communications, Novo Nordisk

Joseph Pantigoso, Senior Director, Global Brand, SAP America, Inc.

Rebecca Ray, Executive Vice President, Knowledge Organization, Human Capital Lead, The Conference Board

Teresa Rothausen, Susan E. Heckler Endowed Chair in Bus. Administration & Professor of Management, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota

Bill Ruhl, Director, Employee Experience , Verizon

Barbara Smith, Senior Vice President, Director of Strategic Communications and Governance, KeyBank

Dave Sparkman, Senior Vice President, Culture , UnitedHealth Group

Allan Steinmetz, Chief Executive Officer and Founder , Inward Strategic Consulting

Glenn Weckerlin, Director, University Partnerships and Association Relations, Chevron Corporation

Allan Steinmetz, Chief Executive Officer and Founder , Inward Strategic Consulting

Christie Gay, Principal, Bridge Consulting

Other scheduled dates and locations for The 2014 Extending Your Brand to Employees Conference:

June 18 - 19, 2014 – Sheraton New York, New York, NY

Workshop:

New Internal Branding Programs: A Step-by-Step Framework for Implementation


June 17, 2014

WORKSHOP 1:30 - 4:30 PM

A Step-by-Step Framework for Implementing New Employee Branding Programs

This hands-on workshop will teach you:

  • An effective step-by-step framework for effective internal branding
  • How to create a message matrix: communicating the right message, to the right audience, at the right time
  • Fun and engaging methods for tactical planning and group brainstorming that yield greater employee participation and internal buy-in 
  • Criteria and methods for measuring results
  • How to create a message architecture and experiential tactical plan for comprehensive internal message that is clear, relevant, personal and suggests the right behavior one should adopt

Allan Steinmetz, Founder & CEO, Inward Strategic Consulting

 For speaking opportunities, please contact Mary Beth Reidy at Marybeth.Reidy@conferenceboard.org.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michael Felden at Michael.Felden@conferenceboard.org.

Employer Brand, Internal Brand, or Employee Value Proposition


June 19, 2014

POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 1:30 – 4:30 PM

Employer Brand, Internal Brand, or Employee Value Proposition What is the Difference and How Do You Develop One?

Whether to enhance recruitment and retention, increase employee engagement, or encourage employees to serve as brand ambassadors, the work for successful brand alignment must be done with a high degree of rigor. Using, a case study, this workshop focuses on:

  • A process for development and implementation
  • Creative techniques to discover the employer brand or value proposition
  • The role of stakeholders in ensuring success
  • Methods to integrate and sustain your brand or value proposition in the DNA of your organization
  • Ways to measure ROI

Chris Gay, Principal, Bridge Consulting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presented with assistance from
Inward Strategic Consulting
Bridge Consulting
Session sponsor
Root, Inc.
Media assistance provided by
O'Dwyers