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Ohio Living: The Impact of a Great Workplace Culture on Business Outcomes

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST / 7:00 PM GMT

Everyone wants to build a great workplace culture. Great company cultures can attract, engage, and retain top talent. But how does a great culture translate into actual business results and impact your bottom line? For example, how does a culture with a great purpose and strong recognition affect quality outcomes at a healthcare organization? Better overall patient health?

Join Dana Ullom-Vucelich, Chief Human Resources and Ethics Officer at Ohio Living, as she takes you through their culture journey. She’ll share how one of the largest not-for-profit multi-site senior living organizations in the country uses appreciation and purpose to build a culture that employees want to engage with, which led to better care for their patients and a measureable return on investment.

Join us to learn:
• How Ohio Living gave employees a purpose and aligned their recognition strategy to their company values
• Best practices on incorporating employee recognition to create a culture of greatness
• The impact of their recognition and culture initiatives on nursing satisfaction, employee turnover, patient satisfaction, and health quality outcomes    

  


About Dana:
With Ohio Living since September 2000, Dana Ullom-Vucelich serves 3200+ employees caring for 73,000 people annually as their Chief Human Resources and Ethics Officer. Dana previously served as Vice President of Human Resources for ten years in a hospital setting. She received her bachelor’s degree from Kent State University and her Master’s degree from Webster University in Human Resources Development. She is also a certified trainer in Crucial Conversations, Crucial Confrontations and Employee Recognition.

Along with her teammates, Dana won a HR Magazine Innovative Practice Award that was highlighted in SHRM magazine and at the national conference. Other awards under her leadership include the BBB’s Torch Award for Ethics (2015) and Columbus CEO HR Excellence Awards Team Excellence Honoree (2016).

Dana’s most recent presentations, panels and keynotes have included SHINE Senior Living national conference, BGSU/University of Toledo Women in Leadership, International Recognition Summit, Chamber of Commerce, Squire, Patton, Boggs Attorney Client Conference, and national faculty member at Leading Age. Professionally she serves on many local and national boards.    


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