Didier Elzinga, CEO, Culture Amp, Bobby Nagle, People Geek, Culture Amp
Budgets are being cut, jobs are being lost. There's no question that the world of work we knew yesterday, is in stark comparison to the one we live in today. The truth of the matter is that we are navigating uncharted territory with limited information and no historical reference point to learn from. However, how organisations act in times of crisis can make or break your employer brand and culture and define how you are perceived by customers, employees, and prospective talent for many years to come.
In these difficult times, companies are finding out what their culture really is. The way people show up – from leaders to front line employees – is based on the environment you’ve created for them. During this interactive discussion, we’ll focus on the employee experience during the moments and interactions that matter, the ability to listen, engage and respond with your employees, whilst doing this in the face of extreme financial pressures. Now, more than ever, culture comes first.
Didier Elzinga, CEO, Culture Amp
Bobby Nagle, People Geek, Culture Amp