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Tool Time: Culture & Engagement Tools

  • 10 Mar 2016
  • 7:45 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Denver University,Craig Hall, 2148 S. High Street, Denver, CO 80208


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Tool Time: Culture & Engagement Tools

Thursday, March 10, 2016

7:45 am - 8:30 am Networking & Continental Breakfast

8:30 am - 10:00 am Program 

Culture and engagement are important business issues companies face globally and have been cited as top priorities for the majority of companies.

This event will give you an opportunity to learn about cool new tools and assessments that your peers use and to exchange ideas with each other.

*Learn how RE/MAX developed a Women’s Leadership program to develop high-potential Executives with the help of I.O. psychologists from CMA Consulting.

*Hear how SendGrid is leveraging their people data to scale their culture. Assessing impact of change, measuring effectiveness of programs and providing employees with a communication channel at each stage of the employee lifecycle using Culture Amp’s Lifecycle, Performance, Pulse and Specialized Employee Surveys.

*Hear about how Denver Health used Pinsight to identify high-potential employees.  Pinsight is an online simulation assessment that identifies which of your employees have the critical skills to support your strategy.

*Learn about ShopAtHome.com and how they have successfully quantified their culture and actionably managed their workforce engagement levels using RoundPegg's cloud-based culture management platform. 

Presenters will include the following 'tool' users*

**please note: presenters are users of the tools and will not be selling services


Susie Zimmerman, SVP HR at RE/MAX

Ealga ni Aodha, Organizational  Development Specialist at SendGrid

Jan Jensen, Director of OD and Learning at Denver Health Medical Center

Nicholas R. Larche, HR Manager, ShopAtHome.com

Program Sponsor:

In today’s knowledge economy we’re paid to think, and we need to find ways to be more strategic about it. Science is discovering more and more each day about how the brain functions.  Even though researchers will agree that they’ve made important discoveries over the past fifteen years, much about the brain still remains a mystery.  What we do know is very interesting because it gives us a peak into the connection between our wiring and our performance.  This awareness gives us clues about how to become better leaders for our teams, our organizations and ourselves.

What part of this new information is most relevant to the workplace?  And, how can we practically apply these new discoveries to impact talent engagement and the bottom line?  To answer these questions and more, we’ll explore the neuroscience behind change and how brain-friendly concepts are currently being applied in several organizations.  We’ll talk about how its changed organizational cultures, helped to align teams, fostered individual growth and become part of these organizations’ best practices.

Participants will:

1.  Explore the behavioral neuroscience behind change;

2.  Examine the relationship between thoughts, actions and perceptions of others;

3.  Learn how brain-friendly practices can be applied in the workplace;

4.  Practice these methods with a case study; and,

5.  Leave with 3 takeaways to apply at work.

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