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  • From top performer to first time manager...
    From top performer to first time manager...
    Jessica Brook - Culture Amp, Matt Grimshaw - The Pioneers, Chantal Wilson - Honest Burger Recorded: Jul 16 2019 33 mins
    Rapid growth inevitably means more people - which almost always means more managers. Ideally these managers bring a depth of experience from within the company, when processes and systems aren’t yet codified - these managers are the glue to how things work. With this in mind, many companies choose to promote from within. We know that managers are crucial to business success, so how do you set your managers up to succeed?

    Join us, The Pioneers and Chantal Wilson, Head of People from Honest Burger where we will explore questions, such as:
    - To promote or not to promote? Challenges, risks and rewards.
    - How to grow effective managers?
    - How to use employee feedback to amplify manager capability?
  • Building company cultures one human at a time
    Building company cultures one human at a time
    Golbie Kamarei, Chief People Officer, Culture Amp Recorded: Jul 10 2019 46 mins
    Culture is the biggest lever that any organization has to drive performance. Employees want to feel understood and valued as human beings while also being empowered and supported by leaders in their organization. Leaders who intentionally design, invest in, and prioritize their organization’s culture tend to experience an improvement in financial performance and customer satisfaction. We call this being “Culture First”.

    What does being Culture First mean to you and your organization? In this session, Culture Amp’s Chief People Officer, Golbie Kamarei will share strategies and insights on how to harness collective intelligence, data, mindfulness, company values, leadership and performance management to impact company culture, one human at a time.
  • Thinking about performance management from the employee’s perspective
    Thinking about performance management from the employee’s perspective
    Jess Brannigan - Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp Recorded: Jul 10 2019 28 mins
    Performance management is often thought of as an organisation-wide strategy and process, but ultimately it’s the individual employees who are both most impacted by its implementation, and crucially, most fundamental in driving successful adoption. In this webinar, we will examine how organisations can think about their approach from the employee perspective, and how they can best help individuals to make the most from performance management processes and conversations to develop themselves and their careers.
  • Optimising the manager - employee relationship
    Optimising the manager - employee relationship
    Jess Brook - D&I Lead, Senior People Science, Culture Amp Recorded: Jul 9 2019 30 mins
    Managers are a critical part of raising the standard of performance management at your organisation, but are we setting managers up to successfully guide their employees through the performance management process? Join this session to hear how to make sure these conversations are having the right impact. We’ll cover how to:
    - Introduce a ‘growth mindset’ and decouple development and performance conversations
    - Help managers avoid biases in writing performance reviews
    - Set your managers and teams up for success through concepts of alignment, transparency, ownership and commitment
  • Building a Culture First Performance Management System
    Building a Culture First Performance Management System
    Melissa Paris - Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp Recorded: Jul 8 2019 30 mins
    The traditional approach to performance management isn’t working, with as many as 95% of managers dissatisfied with their organisation's performance management system, and 90% of HR leaders believing their system does not deliver accurate information about employee performance. Yet, effective performance management not only has a positive impact on employee engagement, motivation and productivity, but also allows your organisation to align individual performance with strategic business goals, driving the overall productivity and profitability of your company. Here, we’ll discuss how to build (or re-build) performance management to align to your business strategy, how to brand this strategy to gain employee buy-in, and how other Culture First companies have approached performance measurement and employee development to drive business success.
  • Scaling culture and collaboration as you grow
    Scaling culture and collaboration as you grow
    Culture Amp, Donut Recorded: Jun 25 2019 58 mins
    There’s a certain alchemy that happens on a small team: friendships are forged, trust is shored up, and communication feels incredibly organic. But as teams and organizations grow rapidly, that small-team culture and collaboration can easily fade.

    While change is inevitable, disaster is not. During this one-hour webinar with panelists from Culture Amp, Donut, Etsy, and Managed by Q will discuss how to avoid the pitfalls of hyper-growth and preserve that sense of small-team trust.

    We’ll cover:
    - How to set cultural norms and values for both tenured employees and new ones
    - Programming and feedback collection that help build trust and collaboration
    - Wins and fails from real teams

    Meet the panelists:
    Moderator: Jeanne Donaghy, Lead Customer Success Coach at Culture Amp
    Panelists: Dan Manian, Cofounder and CEO of Donut
    Wendy Robison, Head of Global Learning & Engagement at Etsy
    Sam Celli, HR Business Partner at Managed by Q
  • Acting on people & culture data to succeed through transformation
    Acting on people & culture data to succeed through transformation
    Melissa Paris - People Scientist, Culture Amp; Georgina Reeves-Saad - Employee Engagement & Experience Lead, British Council Recorded: Jun 13 2019 33 mins
    Keeping up with the changing world of work is critical to business success, yet still - 70% of change initiatives fail to achieve their goals. From agile and digital transformations, to mergers and acquisitions, evidence increasingly demonstrates the critical role of culture in successful organisational change. Here, we’ll explore the impact of culture on the success of organisational transformation, how companies have acted on people and culture data to drive success through change, and hear how British Council have used employee experience data to drive effective change.
  • Take action to develop your people
    Take action to develop your people
    Kristina Dorniak-Wall Recorded: Jun 13 2019 27 mins
    Are you collecting employee feedback, but struggling to make any sense of the data to take action?

    Join Culture Amp for a three episode webinar series that will show you how to take action on all things people and culture. In the last episode, you will hear from People Scientist Kristina Dorniak-Wall to explore one element central to making change throughout your organisations - that being your people.

    You will learn:
    - How to enable individuals to take action on their own development
    - How assess the effectiveness of individuals, teams and managers

    -How to enable a workforce of high performers with Culture Amp performance
  • How to rebuild and rebrand performance management
    How to rebuild and rebrand performance management
    Jennifer Cullen - VP of People Science, David Ostberg - Director, People Science (Perform) Recorded: Jun 12 2019 40 mins
    Nearly 95 percent of managers are dissatisfied with how their company approaches performance reviews, and 90 percent of HR leaders believe their performance management system doesn’t deliver accurate information about employee performance.

    It’s no wonder that companies everywhere are looking for a better way to evaluate employee performance.

    Join us on Wednesday, June 12th, for an interactive webinar with experts, Culture Amp’s VP of People Science, Jennifer Cullen and Director of Performance, David Ostberg.

    You’ll come away learning:

    - Which stakeholders are involved in performance management
    - Why we need effective performance management
    - The science of performance
    - How to rebuild and rebrand your performance management process
  • Take action to improve your employee experience
    Take action to improve your employee experience
    Kristina Dorniak-Wall Recorded: Jun 12 2019 29 mins
    Are you collecting employee feedback, but struggling to make any sense of the data to take action?

    Join Culture Amp for a three episode webinar series that will show you how to take action on all things people and culture. In the second episode, you will hear from Culture Amp People Scientist Kristina Dorniak-Wall, as she dissects how 2,200+ companies are using Culture Amp to take action on their employee experience.

    You will hear from Lauren Trethowan, Head of OD at MYOB, who is doing some great things around the employee experience. Join the webinar and learn:

    - How MYOB is approaching the employee experience
    - How employee feedback can improve diversity and leadership agendas
    - How to help managers to take action across your people and culture journey

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