At Earls Restaurants, every partner (their term for employee) starts to learn about how to be a leader at Earls within their first week. Because over 80% of the company is operated by millennials, it’s critical that the leadership journey commences from the very beginning. People are at the heart of the culture of Earls as they are in the people business every day. To ensure sustained success, the people operations department at Earls research, study, learn and reflect on what can be done to create happiness in the lives of our guests, partners and suppliers.
This journey to become an employer of choice did not happen overnight. There was a mandate to unleash the people potential at Earls by integrating people, process and technology into one focus. Join us on a special webcast presented by the leader of this unique team, Brenda Rigney, as she delves into the strategic effort to mobilize leadership throughout an entire industry.
You will learn:
Starting points to consider when beginning a journey of leadership mobility
Steps toward the transformation and transfiguration of HR and IT into the Earls People Operations Department
How to integrate learning and development to support a pervasive leadership culture
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