Jason Lauritsen

Workforce Culture Expert and Author

  

Jason Lauritsen a keynote speaker, author, and consultant.  He is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently. 

A former corporate Human Resources executive, Jason has dedicated his career to helping leaders build organizations that are good for both people and profits. 

Most recently, he led the research team for Quantum Workplace’s Best Places to Work program where he has studied the employee experience at thousands of companies to understand what the best workplaces in the world do differently than the rest. 

Jason is the co-author of the book, Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships. Connect with Jason at www.JasonLauritsen.com

Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Jason Lauritsen

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Employee Engagement Innovation Sprints - Rules of the Game

In this mini-presentation, we’ll present you with a “hacking” template and the Rules for our fast-paced Innovation Sprints which happen as interactive sessions during the conference.  This unique session will show you how to create real innovation throughout your organization with just a simple hands-on exercise!  Please pre-register at the HCI registration desk.

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Best hacking tool and how it drives innovation throughout the organization
The hacking template that provides a framework for innovation sprints within your organization

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How many times do you attend events, take a lot of notes, but then fail to put them into place when you return to work? This session is designed to break that cycle by giving you the chance to apply real-world “hacking” techniques to your biggest HR challenges and problems.

The end result? Through this creative destruction, we will break some of our old thinking, create new solutions, and then share our work with the other attendees at the end of the event.

If you are an innovative leader that needs a creative outlet, join us.

If could use some ideas for how to be more innovative, join us.

If want to take a break from listening and do some hands-on work, join us.

It is a known fact that a team or company can never outgrow its leaders. If we want our companies to be innovative, we need to practice this ourselves as HR leaders. In this special session, two proven voices in the HR community will moderate participatory sessions designed to help you learn the ...

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How many times do you attend events, take a lot of notes, but then fail to put them into place when you return to work? This session is designed to break that cycle by giving you the chance to apply real-world “hacking” techniques to your biggest HR challenges and problems.

The end result? Through this creative destruction, we will break some of our old thinking, create new solutions, and then share our work with the other attendees at the end of the event.

If you are an innovative leader that needs a creative outlet, join us.

If could use some ideas for how to be more innovative, join us.

If want to take a break from listening and do some hands-on work, join us.

It is a known fact that a team or company can never outgrow its leaders. If we want our companies to be innovative, we need to practice this ourselves as HR leaders. In this special session, two proven voices in the HR community will moderate participatory sessions designed to help you learn the ...

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Results from the Innovation Sprints

We've saved the best for last!  Join us to discover the newest hacks created in the last two days by you and other attendees at the Innovation Sprints.  Each Sprint session has voted on the best hacks created your peers and the winning groups will share their best ideas on stage for all to share.

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Content Featuring Jason Lauritsen

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Small Groups Are Behind Big Ideas for Inclusive Diversity

February 5, 2018 | Jason Lauritsen

Conferences are great for sharing the latest, most innovative ways to make a difference at your workplace, for your workforce. When it comes to diversity and inclusion, HCI’s Innovation Sprints take big concepts and case studies, and in smaller groups, discuss what new practices can be done immediately to make a real impact at work.