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How Facebook Built a High Performing Organization Where People Love to Work: Stu Crabb, founder of Facebook Learning & Development function

  • 11 May 2017
  • 7:45 AM - 10:15 AM
  • DU- Craig Hall 2148 S. High Street, Denver, CO 80202

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  • Current RMHRPS Member
  • Individuals who are not current members of RMHRPS
  • Current staff & students of DU
  • Current members of SHRM

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How Facebook Built a High Performing Organization Where People Love to Work

Stu Crabb, founder of Facebook Learning & Development function

Stuart With a practical and positive approach to hard work, Stu Crabb has built and led Talent Development at tech giants Yahoo! and Facebook. Learn first-hand how Facebook rocketed to the top of the Glassdoor index of Best Places to Work in Corporate America. He will share his experience and stories of helping to build Facebook from 500 to 15,000 employees.

Hear stories about when Stu interviewed with Sheryl Sandberg and how the intellectually curious company said "come show me how." He brought his experience from working at Marcus Buckingham's organization and Yahoo! as the Head of Talent to Facebook. At Facebook, Stu was the founder of learning and development and the architect of the company culture.

Hear Stu speak about building strong, lasting strategies and processes that promote high employee engagement and build a culture of innovation, without compromising the speed and agility that are essential to your competitive edge.

This program is recommended for:  all HR professionals, their managers and client groups.

Thursday, May 11,  2017

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

8:30 am - 10:15 am Program

Denver University, Craig Hall

Cost:  

RMHRPS Members $45

DU Staff  & Students $55

SHRM Members $55

Nonmembers $75


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