The Culture Crunch: Trends In Employee Engagement at Various Stages of Growth
Working with over 700 companies across a number of industries has given Culture Amp a unique view on trends in employee engagement, organizational design, company culture, leadership and management.
In this webinar, we'll be looking at the differences across these trends for companies at varying maturation phases, specifically in the tech industry.
* What does the data say about commonly held beliefs on startups?
* What are the challenges startups face at different stages of VC funding?
* How do we mitigate them from impacting overall culture?
From Series A through IPO or Acquisition, we'll uncover how companies evolve between funding rounds.
RecordedDec 7 201652 mins
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Co-author of New York Times bestseller “Primed to Perform” and co-founder and CEO of Vega Factor, Lindsay McGregor, alongside Culture Amp Founder and CEO, Didier Elzinga, are here to talk about high performing teams - and how to improve employee wellbeing along the way.
In this discussion, you will learn:
- What drives elite performance
- The relationship between culture and performance
- How to cultivate wellbeing in elite teams
With enough time for Q&A, they will share levers that can be addressed so you can walk away with steps to improve company performance.
Michal Livny - Innovid, Jessica Brook - Culture Amp
Technological advances are disrupting the status quo and bringing huge turmoil in their wake. Industries are converging, and new competitors emerging, as never before. The nature of work is changing and demand for digital expertise is soaring, while other skills are becoming defunct. Join Culture Amp and Innovid for a discussion on how to make better decisions with people analytics, build a culture of innovation to stay competitive and explore how global organizations deal with cross-cultural differences through data.
Melissa Paris - Culture Amp, Kate Glazebrook - Applied
Companies that focus on D&I have higher levels of employee engagement, innovation, and retention. Join Culture Amp and our partner Applied during this 25 minute webinar, the fifth in our January series, to learn more about how you can use data to drive your Diversity & Inclusion strategy. Removing bias from your hiring process sounds like a myth. It’s not. Hear Melissa and Kate discuss how you can use behavioural and data science to make recruitment smarter, fairer and easier. Melissa will also share the latest findings from Culture Amp’s Diversity, Inclusion and Intersectionality report.
Businesses globally are constantly being challenged to ‘deliver’ innovation, to be ever more creative. It’s not as simple as having an ‘innovation team’ or ‘innovative’ being a company value so how do you stay in front? We will share examples of how customers are creating a culture that fosters innovation.
Melissa Paris - Culture Amp, Karina Brown - GroHappy
Leadership & Development is a top driver of engagement and retention, however it often seems that the best development tools and opportunities are reserved for senior employees. How can you ensure every employee in your business has access to the things they need to learn and grow? This webinar, the third in our January series, will focus on; why this topic is now an important business imperative for any size of organization or industry; how businesses are making L&D accessible to all employees; and the impact this has on your business.
Nina Hancock - Culture Amp, Alex Miell - MSM, Aneta Weedon - MSM, Chris Jones - Enboarder
Join Culture Amp, Moneysupermarket and Enboarder for a discussion of how organizations are using feedback to create exceptional experiences across the employee lifecycle. Moneysupermarket will share their people strategy, approach to flexible working, investment in career development and how they’re empowering a culture that supports mental health. They will also cover their approach to a new system of onboarding with Enboarder.
The most successful companies use people data alongside other data types (sales, marketing, operations data) to fuel their business strategy. Culture Amp supports organizations to uncover the areas of focus to ensure they have the right data to make strategic decisions. This webinar, the first in our January series, will focus on; why this topic is now an important business imperative for any size of organization; the importance of having an employee feedback strategy; 5 simple steps to start your feedback strategy; and how (and why) to customize your approach.
Condé Nast is one of the most important and influential media companies of our time. Each day, more than 120 million consumers interact with Condé Nast’s iconic titles which include brands like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, GQ, The New Yorker, Wired, Allure, and Pitchfork.
During this webinar, you’ll hear from Mike Boudreau, Executive Director of Community and Employee Success, on how Condé Nast uses rapid experimentation and lean startup thinking to measure, learn, and act on employee feedback.
You’ll come away knowing:
-What rapid experimentation and lean startup thinking means in practice
-How to implement lean startup practices as part of your employee engagement strategy
-How to empower your people and teams to drive culture change
-How D&I shapes your company culture as you grow and scale
You will also have an opportunity for a Q&A session with our resident experts.
Chloe Hamman - Director People Science - Culture Amp & Dr. David Batman, International Occupational Health Adviser and Member
In an increasingly busy working world, more is being expected of employees than ever before. Some people spend more than 50 hours per week at work - and this can lead to a stressed and burnt-out workforce.
However, organisations who encourage workplace wellbeing are creating motivated, engaged, and productive employees.
Are your employees set up to survive in this working world?
On November 13, Join Culture Amp and Virgin Pulse for an interactive discussion about the importance of wellbeing in avoiding burnout. You will hear from Dr. David Batman, a registered medical practitioner and specialist consultant in occupational health, as well as Chloe Hamman, Director of People Science at Culture Amp.
Register and learn:
-What factors lead to workplace burnout
-How to encourage wellbeing in the workplace
- How to measure and understand wellbeing in your company
- Best practices for individuals and organisations to adopt now
Danny Briskin - Vice President HR at One Medical Group, Ashley Sutton - HR Business Partner at One Medical Group
The challenging nature of healthcare can lead caretakers to feeling burnt out, losing motivation and disengaging from patients.
Culture Amp helps healthcare providers identify what’s driving engagement so data-driven decisions can be made to motivate and retain doctors and nurses.
Join us on Wednesday, November 7th at 1 PM EDT / 10 AM PDT for an interactive webinar with Culture Amp’s Senior People Scientist Kenneth Mattos, One Medical’s VP of HR Danny Briskin and HR Business Partner Ashley Sutton.
You’ll come away learning:
- Why employee engagement matters in healthcare
- The key drivers of industry engagement
- Tactics to get and keep your best employees
Pattie Money, Chief People Officer, SendGrid; Sameer Dholakia, CEO, SendGrid; Steven Huang, Head of D&I, Culture Amp
Join Culture Amp and leading digital communication company, SendGrid, for a deep dive into why belonging is critical in the workplace. In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The three key findings from Culture Amp’s 2018 Diversity & Inclusion report
- How to communicate and take action on diversity and inclusion issues
- How SendGrid scaled diversity numbers and mitigated their gender gap while maintaining true to their values
You’ll hear from SendGrid’s Chief People Operations Officer, Pattie Money, as well as their CEO Sameer Dholakia, and Culture Amp’s Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Steven Huang. To learn more about Culture Amp’s new Diversity & Inclusion survey, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lindsay McGregor, New York Times bestselling author of "Primed to Perform" and co-founder of Vega Factor
Co-author of New York Times bestseller “Primed to Perform” and co-founder of Vega Factor, Lindsay McGregor, is joining us for a replay of her popular talk “The science of total motivation - How to craft high performing cultures.” In this talk, Lindsay will:
1) Define what performance is
2) Define what drives elite performance
3) Discuss how culture drives many of the requisites for elite performance
She’ll share the levers that can be addressed so you can walk away with steps to improve company performance.
Following the 55-minute keynote, Lindsay McGregor will be taking questions LIVE from the audience.
Companies are looking beyond the automation of HR tasks to how technology can help amplify the potential of employees, managers and teams. In these transformation processes, technology often becomes the star of the show, when ultimately it’s how people use technology that determines its success
The pace and scale of technological change has many implications for businesses striving to put culture first.
You'll come away learning about the:
* True meaning between digitize and digitalise in HR
* Three themes that lead to a successful digital transformation
* Role of data, how it can help mobilise your workforce in the face of change
* Hear from Chief People Officer, Heidi Coppin about MATCHESFASHION.COM firsthand experience around making HR technology work in their organization
Expect to walk away with practical examples and everyday tips to keep up with the pace of change in HR technology.
Eryn Marshall, Director of Talent Acquisition, Culture Amp & Grant Battle, Senior HR Business Partner, Hired
Human capacity is the world's greatest untapped resource. In the US alone the number of job openings increased to 6.6 million this year.
With that kind of supply, it is a good time to be a candidate right now. Closing and retaining top candidates is a team effort that takes collaboration between talent acquisition, HR business partners and hiring managers. The most in-demand candidates want to be sure that before they sign an offer they are given the resources the need to succeed.
Furthermore, Executives and Hiring Managers now rely on People Teams not only to close top talent but ensure foundations are set for employees to grow and contribute to the bottom line from day one.
You will learn:
-Recruiting tips to improve employee engagement and retention
-Sourcing and hiring to maximize employee retention
-Building and executing an exceptional onboarding program
-Top drivers of employee engagement from Culture Amp's 2018 research
Regan Bunny, OD Manager at Vicinity Centers; Fiona Scullion, People Scientist and Didier Elzinga, CEO at Culture Amp
Creating an environment for employees to share feedback is an important component of building a culture first company - particularly in times of change.
Whether you’re a small company looking to grow, or a large enterprise in hyper-growth, the way you manage change will be the make or break of your culture, and in turn - your organisation.
What steps are you taking to prepare for incoming change?
On July 4, we invite you to join Didier Elzinga, Culture Amp CEO and Founder, as he talks to Regan Bunny, OD Manager and People Lead at Vicinity Centres - one of Australia's leading retail property groups - about how they used employee feedback stay on track post merger.
Our expert People Scientist, Fiona Scullion, will co-host and share useful tips on handling organisational change.
Register and learn:
• How to process change in proactive ways
• Handling common challenges when change has or will occur
• The value of collecting employee feedback during change
• How Vicinity implemented an employee feedback to strategy to keep employees engaged during, and post merger.
Craig Forman, Senior People Scientist; Andrea Reyes, Director of Field Training, Journeys; and Maribel Hines, Vice President
Creating an environment for employees to share feedback is an important component of building a culture first company.
For Universal Music Group and Journeys, launching a global employee survey was top priority when it came to enhancing the employee experience. They wanted to set the groundwork for continued success as they evolve.
On May 17, we invite you to join Craig Forman, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp as he moderates a fireside chat with Maribel Hines, Vice President - Talent & Organization Development at Universal Music Group and Andrea Reyes, Director of Field Training at Journeys.
Whether you’re looking to launch your first survey or strategizing how to improve upon the next - you'll learn how these two leading organizations put culture first.
You'll walk away learning:
- What UMG and Journeys evaluated when deciding to launch a global survey
- How they prepared for and overcame unexpected challenges
- How they rolled out results to managers and leaders
- What actions UMG and Journeys took post survey
Jessica Brook & Melissa Paris, People Science at Culture Amp; Dominic Jacquesson, Index Ventures; Dan Hynes, Atomico
The most successful and fast-growing companies use people data to fuel their growth strategies alongside other data types (sales, marketing, operations data).
Leading venture capital firms such as Index Ventures and Atomico have a key focus on ensuring that the organizations they invest in are set up for long-term sustainable growth by running their people strategy in the same way they run their product and marketing initiatives.
Culture Amp help organizations to collect, understand, and act on employee feedback. We support fast-growing organizations to uncover the areas of focus to ensure they have the right data to make strategic decisions as they grow.
Learn from Dominic Jacquesson, Director of Talent at Index Ventures, Dan Hynes, Partner and Head of Talent at Atomico alongside Culture Amp’s People Scientists Melissa Paris, and Jessica Brook.
You’ll come away knowing:
- Why this topic is now an important business imperative for any size of organization
- The importance of having an employee feedback strategy
- 5 simple steps to start your feedback strategy
- How (and why) to customize your approach
- A chance to partake in a Q&A with our resident experts!
Stacey Nordwall, Senior People Operations Manager and Fresia Jackson, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp
A company’s onboarding experience is essential. You're orienting a new hire in the right direction and equipping them with the tools to become productive sooner.
Though you may already have an onboarding program, what are you doing to further develop it? How are you leveraging employee feedback data to uncover trends and make meaningful changes?
In this upcoming webinar, join Stacey Nordwall, Senior People Operations Manager and Fresia Jackson, Senior People Scientist; they’ll share how to collect and understand data regarding your onboarding experience to quickly iterate and improve your program.
Join us to learn:
- Why onboarding is important
- What to measure in onboarding
- How to take action with onboarding data
Kenneth Matos and Myra Cannon, Lead People Scientists, Culture Amp
Tired of conversations about getting Millennials and Boomers to work together? Ready to look to the FUTURE of hiring and retaining the best talent? Then set your sights on Gen Z, the people set to fill your entry-level positions for the next 15 years.
Myra Cannon and Kenneth Matos, Lead People Scientists at Culture Amp will present new research on Gen Z: what they think about work and life, what they want out of their careers and leaders, and how employers can prepare for what they're planning.
If you don’t know who Gen Z is, you’ll want to tune in to understand who they are and how they will be taking over the future of work.
Tune in to learn:
- What sets Gen Z apart from other generations
- Tips on how your company can adapt in recruiting to attract Gen Z
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