5 Sessions You Won’t Want to Miss at Our For All Summit

 Julian Lute, strategic advisor at Great Place To Work, presents at the 2022 For All Summit
Julian Lute, senior strategic advisor at Great Place To Work, presents at the 2022 For All Summit

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Here are some of the exciting leaders you can learn from as part of our culture conference in New Orleans, May 7-9.

The 2024 For All™ Summit is coming up fast!

Leaders from some of the world’s greatest workplaces will be sharing their playbooks for how to engage employees and create a better workplace for everyone. This year’s theme: “From promise to progress: Change happens here” will focus on transformation.

Get your tickets here.

This year’s event promises to be full of unmatched insights and inspiring sessions with headliners like Mindy Kaling, Angela Duckworth, Ariana Huffington, and John O’Leary.

CEOs from some of the biggest companies in the world will also be sharing their culture stories from our mainstage, including Hilton’s Chris Nassetta, Marriott’s Anthony Capuano, and Encore’s Ben Erwin.

Complementing those inspirational keynotes are the breakout sessions, where practitioners will share tips and strategies that you can take back to your organization and implement.

Here are five sessions you won’t want to miss:

Inspire your leaders to lead differently

Synchrony Inspire Leadership

Image: Synchrony employees enjoy one of its new “hubs” — purposeful space for employees to connect when and how they choose.

Synchrony will share lessons and insights from its effort to redefine leadership across the organization. Amid a changing work landscape and the rise of hybrid work, the finance leader enrolled 300 of its top executives in a program to develop and transform.

How can you inspire leaders from all backgrounds and levels to pursue personal growth? What is working to shift mindsets and strategies across the organization?

Attendees will learn how Synchrony is investing in leadership and how they measure the ROI of culture.

Learn from Synchrony May 8.

How to build a better workplace for women

Women employees at a Cadence office

Image: Employees outside one of Cadence’s offices.

Cadence, like many tech companies, struggled to increase recruitment and retention for women across its global footprint. One of the Fortune World’s Best Workplaces™, the engineering firm will share lessons from its efforts to recruit and retain more women.

What strategies work to build a better workplace for women all around the world? How can you ensure women thrive and grow into leadership roles?

Attendees will learn how Cadence’s breakthroughs benefitted not just its women, but all of its employees.

Learn from Cadence on May 8.

How connecting employees to purpose drives higher profits

Cisco Connect Employees Purpose

Image: Cisco employees celebrate the power of connection.

Cisco has been a consistent top performer on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® List. In this powerful session, the IT company will share how focusing on purpose hasn’t just been beneficial for employees — it’s driving higher sales and profits.

How can you talk about diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) goals with all of your stakeholders? How does DEI impact the sales process?

Attendees will learn how Cisco trains employees to connect to purpose as well as tips for showing the ROI of the employee experience.

Hear from Cisco on May 8.

Help the frontline engage and accelerate their careers

Marriott frontline associates

Image: Frontline associates staff the desk at a Marriott hotel in Maryland.

How can your organization help frontline workers find new opportunities and build a career without leaving the company? Marriott International has a compelling new program to share, with takeaways on how to train and develop future leaders.

What experiences are helping frontline employees develop essential business skills? How is Marriott improving retention and engagement rates across its global portfolio?

Learn how the hotel chain has built a compelling career path for associates and how it plans to increase the number of managers it promotes from frontline roles.

Hear more from Marriott on May 8.

How to add untapped talent to your talent pool

World Wide Technology Untapped Talent

Image: World Wide Technology staff service servers at a data center.

In the pursuit of top talent, you can’t afford to overlook capable and competent professionals. That’s how companies like Dow and World Wide Technology have become invested in recruiting military veterans and creating experiences to ensure former service members thrive.

What are the barriers keeping your organization from finding new sources of talent? How can you change the employee journey to expand your talent pool and ensure more employees succeed and contribute at your organization?

Learn from these award-winning workplaces how they are finding new talent pools and what experiences are unlocking the hidden talent within their organizations.

Hear from Dow and World Wide Technology on May 8.

These are just some of the great leaders who will be sharing their story at the For All™ Summit. Get your ticket now before they’re gone!

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