Four 2019 Summit Events That Won’t Feel Like Work

Four 2019 Summit Events That Won’t Feel Like Work

It’s okay to tell your friends and family that you’ll be ‘stuck at a conference’ during your trip to San Francisco at the end of the month. Good friends don’t encourage FOMO. But the truth is that Great Place to Work has packed the agenda with not only great speakers and sessions, but also some fun events you don’t want to miss.

Private Concert with Meghan Trainor
Join other culture rock stars on Wednesday night, February 27th (7-10pm) at the Masonic for a private concert with multi-platinum, GRAMMY® Award singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, presented by our partners at Hilton and Live Nation Entertainment. Raise a glass, indulge in great snacks and sing "All About That Bass" at the top of your lungs with your colleagues and new summit friends.

Hilton Heart of House Tour
How does Hilton, a company with 390,000 team members create a great workplace for all? Get a behind-the-scenes look on Tuesday, February 26th (2-6:30pm) as the Hilton San Francisco Union Square invites you to see, hear and experience how Hilton’s culture is dedicated to improving the lives of its Team Members through its unique workplace practices and initiatives. This experience is sure to change the way you think about hospitality.

Innovation Lab
Get hands-on coaching and inspiration in the Innovation Lab. Network with Great Place to Work’s data scientists and product team members. Learn more ways to uncover actionable insights in your data and view live Emprising demos. You will also see flash talks on fostering innovation and leadership behaviors with the greatest impact on employee experience. It’s a little bit social and a little bit of work, all mixed together.

Journey with Salesforce
What does it take to be #1 on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® List? Join 2018 winner, Salesforce, on Tuesday, February 26th (2-6:30pm) for an immersive experience and welcome reception at the company’s enviable offices. Learn first-hand how Salesforce ignites “Innovation By All” across the organization with the foundational belief that every employee, regardless of seniority level or function, can lead innovation. Enjoy killer views of San Francisco and a warm spirit of Ohana as you explore this unique workplace.

And, as a reminder, if you don’t yet have your summit ticket, act now. Only a few tickets remain.

Sponsors
Executive Title Partners for this year’s Great Place to Work For All Summit are EY and Synchrony. Additional sponsors include Accenture, Activision Blizzard, AT&T, Baird, Bright Horizons, Bombas, Cadence, CarMax, Cisco, Comcast NBCUniversal, Custom Ink, Delta Airlines, DHL Express, Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, Genentech, Headspace, Hilton, KPMG, Live Nation, The Medici Group, Marriott International, Mercedes Benz Financial Services, Nationwide, O.C. Tanner, Plante Moran, PwC, Quicken Loans, Salesforce, SAP SuccessFactors, Ultimate Software, Workday, and World Wide Technology.