Is your approach to building a great workplace culture out of date? If so, chances are it’s not working very well.
In 2020, companies must turn to new approaches to address culture issues and build a workplace where employees thrive. How organizations should lead and manage their people and build employee experiences is changing. Our research shows 5 culture trends that companies should be aware of this next year that could impact your culture-building efforts.
Join Chris Drysdale, Creative Director at O.C. Tanner, and Christina Chau, Senior Content Manager at O.C. Tanner, as they share 5 new culture trends and how companies can modernize their approaches to building and improving workplace culture.
Join us to learn:
- 5 culture trends that will affect organizations in 2020
- Why traditional ways of leading and building workplace culture are outdated
- Best practices for what organizations can do to build inspiring employee experiences
- How to create a culture by design
Prior to joining O.C. Tanner, Chris Drysdale was an ad agency executive responsible for two decades' worth of award-winning TV, radio, print, and online commercials. He was worldwide creative director for the Intel Inside campaign at the height of its glory. As Creative Director of O.C. Tanner, he co-authored the New York Times Bestseller, Great Work: How to Make a Difference People Love. These days, he reads and writes about corporate culture, what makes employees tick, and how to help organizations everywhere influence greatness with rewards and recognition.
As a researcher and writer, Christina Chau has spent over 10 years with O.C. Tanner leading research projects to uncover employee perceptions on recognition and workplace culture in more than 20 countries. She uses the latest trends, insights, and best practices to help organizations become places where employees thrive. Christina has previously worked in market research for IRI, Memorial Herman Hospital System, and Anheuser-Busch. She has a Bachelors in Sociology from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s in Marketing from Northwestern University.
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