Moderated by Meghan Stettler of O.C. Tanner Institute
Join thought leaders from the O.C. Tanner Institute for part two of our three-part webinar series featuring in-depth insights from the recent release of the 2021 Global Culture Report.
Think of 2020 as more than a year of crisis, but also a chance to seize opportunity and prepare for the decade ahead. The courageous organizations that prioritize their employees and embrace new technology, interconnectedness, and modern leadership stand to reap huge rewards.
In part two of the series, Dr. Alexander Lovell and Clair Bidez of the O.C. Tanner Institute share why technology readiness and company culture are fundamentally linked. Cultures aren’t always ready to integrate new technology, but research shows that it’s not technology itself that employees fear—but how organizations will use it.
During this Global Culture Report deep-dive webinar you’ll:
· Uncover the data and perspectives of more than 40,000 employees and leaders worldwide
· Discover how successful recognition programs blend tech and touch
· Gain insights into future trends of workplace recognition
Meghan Stettler, Director, O.C. Tanner Institute
A trusted voice for the O.C. Tanner Institute, most recently via its groundbreaking COVID-19 weekly webinars, Meghan specializes in knitting together key sentiments and perspectives to identify win-win strategies across the table for workplace culture success. As an award-winning journalist, Meghan has addressed over one million viewers, crafting compelling stories and programs for Al Jazeera in Qatar, News 12 New York, Network News Service, and PBS-KCET in Los Angeles. She has also led and captured hundreds of consumer brand experiences to build dozens of “real people” advertising campaigns for giants such as ESPN, Apple, Gap, and Advil.
Prior to joining O.C. Tanner, she served as the lead energy diplomat for the State of Utah, forging partnerships with countries and companies in the Middle East, the Americas, Europe, and the Indo-Pacific regions. She holds an MA from the University of Southern California, a dual BFA from Brigham Young University, and executive certificates in global business from New York University and Salt Lake Community College.
Alexander Lovell, PhD, Director, Research and Assessment, O.C. Tanner Institute
A political sociologist with more than a decade’s worth of deep methodological, research, and practitioner experience, Alex conducts extensive research on workplace culture, employee experience, and assessment methodologies for the O.C. Tanner Institute. He also curates the perspectives of more than 40,000 leaders and employees, revealing relevant workplace trends for the Institute’s annual Global Culture Report, which is informed by his research in field theory, inter-generational dynamics, and culture change.
Alex’s dynamic insights transform the cultures of numerous Fortune 100 and Global 2000 companies as he works to develop targeted culture assessment programs, predictive models, evaluation plans, and listening strategies that help people thrive at work. His PhD is from the University of Utah and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from American Military University.
Clair Bidez, Competitive Researcher, O.C. Tanner Institute
As an integral part of the O.C. Tanner Institute, Clair works to inform and shape workplace cultures for greater multi-generation success using advanced statistical methods to research culture trends, leadership, and the impact of recognition. Her targeted perspectives about workplace culture can be heard across O.C. Tanner’s webinars.
Trained as a physical geographer using predictive global models that measure the impacts of climate change, Clair holds a Master’s degree from the University of Utah. She also has an undergraduate degree from Westminster College, where she was honored as Outstanding Graduating Senior in Environmental Studies in 2015.
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