Measuring What Matters: Creating a Great Place to Work® For ALL

Kim Peters, Sarah Lewis-Kulin, & Greg Pryor

Wed., May 24, 2017 from 1:15pm – 2:15pm

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Kim Peters, Executive Vice President, Certification Program

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Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Vice President & Senior Editor, Certification Program

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 Greg Pryor, Vice President of Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness

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Building a strong workplace culture that enables all your employees to reach their full potential is an ambitious goal – But one clearly worth the investment. So how do you get there? How do companies that are committed to building great places to work begin the journey or build on current efforts to accelerate their culture ROI? It all starts with getting a pulse on your culture by pinpointing your strengths and opportunities and tracking progress.

In this session, Kim Peters, EVP of Certification, and Sarah Lewis-Kulin, VP of Certification, will describe how the Great Place to Work Certification Program helps you quantify your culture and amplify your strengths by measuring what matters. They'll dive into the core components of the Certification program and the eye-opening data you’ll receive to help drive improvement.  Attendees will also hear from special guest speaker Greg Pryor, Leadership & Organization Effectiveness Leader at Workday, who will give an inside peek at the Global People Leadership Summit they created to both share results and create their action plans.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • How to break down your culture into clear metrics that you can track and report on
  • An inside look at valuable data you receive from the Certification program, including new insights in the updated Grow and Analyze reports that help you understand if you are creating a Great Place to Work For ALL
  • How Great Place to Work-Certified company Workday used their results to drive positive culture change
  • Answers to all your specific questions about Certification in the Q&A