Values and Culture

Define, build and sustain values and a workplace culture that attract, retain and engage employees

Values are defined as your organization’s beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors and the collective output of these culminate in your culture. A well-defined and executed organizational culture is a key building block of the workforce experience. It results in better talent attraction, higher retention, and engagement. Understand how to define, build, and sustain values and culture.

2018 Employee Engagement Conference

Creating an Engaged Culture through Purpose, Connection, and Neuroscience

To build a fierce, change-ready culture that drives innovation and challenges the marketplace, you must clearly articulate your purpose and values and reinforce those values by recognizing and rewarding the right behaviors. Join us at the 2017 Employee Engagement Conference in San Francisco on July 24 - 26 to learn how to establish employee connections by tapping the hearts and minds of your workforce.

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Said the CEO to the Manager… Do You Hear What I Hear?

December 9, 2016 | Randi Kenney | HCI

Imagine if you knew as much about your employees as your marketing team does about your consumers. Imagine if you knew as much about your employees as retailers know about their customers as we enter the gift-giving season. It’s possible—and it’s not as time-consuming or as challenging as you might think. Employees are behaving more and more like consumers—they’re leaving feedback on Glassdoor, Facebook and Twitter in addition to interdepartmental emails and watercooler conversations.

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Does Past Performance Measure Future Potential?

December 8, 2016 | Randi Kenney | HCI

Take a moment to consider some of the top performers in your organization. Perhaps some of them report directly to you. As you think about these individuals and their future careers at your company, what next steps do you envision they will take? Will your best programmer someday become Chief Technical Officer? Does your best accountant have what it takes to become a CFO? We’ve often heard the adage, “Past behavior is the best indicator of future performance,” but this phrase can be confusing. Future performance is not the same thing as future potential.

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Five Things You Can Do to Hire Smart

December 5, 2016 | Bill Catlette | HCI

People the world over are watching intently as a new U.S. presidential administration goes through its staffing up process, taking notes and names as to who’s in, who’s out, who’s on the fence, what the relative merits of each candidate are, who’s calling the ball, the list goes on. One can only hope that the behind-the-scenes process used to vet and select candidates is as serious as the reporting of it.

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Lead to Win: Sustainability

November 28, 2016 | Lexy Thompson & Bill Gardner | HCI

Last time we discussed how a lack of effective communication can cause a detrimental decline in accountability, essentially crippling an organization over time. Today, we’ll wrap up the series by focusing on how playing not to lose affects sustainability.

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3 Don'ts for Leaders Who Want to Grow

November 25, 2016 | Fierce

Your job as a leader is to build people up. To give others credit and not worry about the people who are wishing you ill. If you want to grow, here are three things to stay away from.

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Leadership Development: People are the #1 Resource

November 23, 2016

Having a learning mindset is critical for making strides in leadership development. In this Interview, Vicki Good, Portfolio Director, General Management Program, Harvard Business School, and Robert Swander, Client Services Manager, Harvard ...

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3 Easy Steps as a Leader to Challenge the Status Quo

November 21, 2016 | Fierce

When you hear the word, status quo, what do you think? In this environment, many leaders know that status quo will not get their organizations where they need to go. Innovation needs to happen, and it needs to happen fast.

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2018 Employee Engagement Conference

Creating an Engaged Culture through Purpose, Connection, and Neuroscience

To build a fierce, change-ready culture that drives innovation and challenges the marketplace, you must clearly articulate your purpose and values and reinforce those values by recognizing and rewarding the right behaviors. Join us at the 2017 Employee Engagement Conference in San Francisco on July 24 - 26 to learn how to establish employee connections by tapping the hearts and minds of your workforce.

Location & Venue

Sheraton Denver Downtown
1550 Court Place
Denver, CO 80202
888-627-8405

2018 Employee Engagement Conference

What Makes an Engaged Culture?

Join us at the 2017 Employee Engagement Conference to hear thought leaders discuss finding purpose and values, implementing neuroscience for behavioral change, and connecting to hearts and minds.

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