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Workplace Culture Conference

Creating Great Cultures, Great Experiences and Great Results
DECEMBER 06 - 07, 2018 | TIAA | CHARLOTTE, NC

December 06 - 07, 2018

About the Event

"The only thing we have is one another. The only competitive advantage we have is the culture and values of the company. Anyone can open up a coffee store. We have no technology, we have no patent. All we have is the relationship around the values of the company and what we bring to the customer every day. And we all have to own it.” 
-Howard Schultz, CEO, Starbucks

We’ve designed this event for leaders who recognize the critical role of workplace culture.  It will help them create and sustain a great culture that delivers great employee experiences and supports and drives business results. 

We will explore how the right culture leads to greater innovation, improved customer experience, higher performance, improved employee experience, diversity and inclusion, CSR or other business goals.  The the simple fact is you will not be successful without the “right” culture.  And the right culture is the one that drives performance and supports your strategy. This means that culture offers a unique opportunity for leaders to make a real difference and impact on the organization.

It is also a vital component of the current discussion of workplace harassment and bullying that is almost always enabled by a permissive culture that allows toxic bosses to continue abusive behaviors and prevents victims and witnesses from speaking up. 

Topics for discussion being considered include:

  • Relationship of culture to strategy
  • Harassment, bullying and toxic cultures
  • Culture and innovation
  • Leadership and culture – transparency and authenticity
  • Fixing a toxic culture
  • Recognizing appropriate sub cultures in organizations and getting them to work together
  • Alternative models for changing culture

Who Should Attend?

We recommend this event for Directors and Managers in the following functions:

  • HR
  • OD and OE
  • Learning and Development
  • Leadership Development
  • Talent Management
  • Recruitment
  • Social Media
  • Culture
  • Communications
  • Innovation
  • D&I
  • Employee Engagement
  • Workplace wellness

Get Involved!

For speaking opportunities, contact john.brewer@conferenceboard.org.
For sponsorship opportunities, contact michael.felden@conferenceboard.org.
For marketing partnerships, contact melissa.mianulli@conferenceboard.org


Register Early and Save! 

Book your seat by October 27th and Save $200!

LOCATION

Please Note: Registration fees do not include hotel accommodations.

AGENDA
DECEMBER 06 - 07, 2018
TIAA,CHARLOTTE, NC
December 06 - 07, 2018

About the Event

"The only thing we have is one another. The only competitive advantage we have is the culture and values of the company. Anyone can open up a coffee store. We have no technology, we have no patent. All we have is the relationship around the values of the company and what we bring to the customer every day. And we all have to own it.” 
-Howard Schultz, CEO, Starbucks

We’ve designed this event for leaders who recognize the critical role of workplace culture.  It will help them create and sustain a great culture that delivers great employee experiences and supports and drives business results. 

We will explore how the right culture leads to greater innovation, improved customer experience, higher performance, improved employee experience, diversity and inclusion, CSR or other business goals.  The the simple fact is you will not be successful without the “right” culture.  And the right culture is the one that drives performance and supports your strategy. This means that culture offers a unique opportunity for leaders to make a real difference and impact on the organization.

It is also a vital component of the current discussion of workplace harassment and bullying that is almost always enabled by a permissive culture that allows toxic bosses to continue abusive behaviors and prevents victims and witnesses from speaking up. 

Topics for discussion being considered include:

  • Relationship of culture to strategy
  • Harassment, bullying and toxic cultures
  • Culture and innovation
  • Leadership and culture – transparency and authenticity
  • Fixing a toxic culture
  • Recognizing appropriate sub cultures in organizations and getting them to work together
  • Alternative models for changing culture

Who Should Attend?

We recommend this event for Directors and Managers in the following functions:

  • HR
  • OD and OE
  • Learning and Development
  • Leadership Development
  • Talent Management
  • Recruitment
  • Social Media
  • Culture
  • Communications
  • Innovation
  • D&I
  • Employee Engagement
  • Workplace wellness

Get Involved!

For speaking opportunities, contact john.brewer@conferenceboard.org.
For sponsorship opportunities, contact michael.felden@conferenceboard.org.
For marketing partnerships, contact melissa.mianulli@conferenceboard.org


Register Early and Save! 

Book your seat by October 27th and Save $200!