There are so many things for organizations to consider in a time of crisis. Employees, customers, business operations, government regulations—all things that keep senior leaders up at night, especially as we adjust to a new normal and go “back” to work.
How do you manage a business during a pandemic? Or, more importantly, how do you enable, empower, and inspire your workforce to go out and do great work when things are still so uncertain? How can you help them thrive during challenging times?
Join Dave Petersen, CEO of O.C. Tanner, and Mindi Cox, Senior Vice President of People and Great Work at O.C. Tanner, as they share the latest research and best practices for leading and uniting employees through a crisis.
Join us to learn:
· The best way to communicate—with transparency and empathy
· How to enable and empower your people to lead and innovate in unprecedented times
· Ways to prioritize employee wellbeing: physical, social, and emotional
· The heightened importance of company culture, appreciation, and connection during a pandemic
· How to lead and return back to work, even if you don’t have all the answers
“We want to hear from you! Please submit any questions to the email firstname.lastname@example.org and Dave and Mindi will do their best to answer them during their presentation.”
Dave Petersen, President and CEO, O.C. Tanner
Dave arrived at O.C. Tanner offering his services without a job interview or offer. If the company wasn't pleased after a month's work (without pay), he'd pack his things. Lucky for us, 30 years later he's proven his determination, dedication, and capabilities time and time again, in literally every department of the company. Coupled with a bachelor's degree in international business from Brigham Young University, an M.B.A. from Thunderbird American Graduate School of International Management make him a globally-minded leader for our global company.
Mindi Cox, Senior Vice President of People & Great Work, O.C. Tanner
Mindi works to connect people with purpose. She believes an organization’s business potential is intimately tied to its sense of humanity. Her goal is to help cultivate workplace cultures where people feel connected to the greater purpose and impact of their work. She has 20 years of experience in Sales, Marketing, and as a Human Resource Executive focused on practices that contribute to strengthening company culture. Recently, Mindi was named 2018 Human Resource Executive of the Year by the Stevie® Award for Great Employers and recognized as Human Resource Executive of the Year by Utah Business Magazine. She is SPHR and SHRM – SCP certified. She also holds a BA in Journalism and an M.B.A. from the University of Utah. She is the proud mom to three busy sons and is grateful for the perspective her tribe gives her on work, life, wellbeing, and whole-life awareness in the workplace.
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