Instead of trying to “drive” engagement, organizations are now focused on building a workplace culture employees want to engage with, by creating a great employee experience. But what exactly is “employee experience”? How is it different than engagement, and how does it impact your culture, customers, and business results?
Join guest presenter David Johnson, Principal Analyst at Forrester, and David Sturt, Executive Vice President of Marketing at O.C. Tanner, as they share research on the impact of the employee experience and best practices to create a great workplace culture where employees thrive.
Join us to learn:
• What the employee experience really is and what it's not
• Why a great employee experience is crucial to a company's culture, customers, and business results
• How best in class companies create a positive employee experience and build a great place to work
David Sturt: In addition to his role as Executive Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for O.C. Tanner, David Sturt is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Great Work: How To Make A Difference People Love. He has been a leading innovator in the industry, helping to pioneer the first-ever web-based recognition programs, and leading how the world's top organizations think about accomplishing and appreciating great work. David has a bachelor’s degree in human resources and an MBA in strategy and marketing, along with over 18 years at O.C. Tanner, and frequently consults with Fortune 500 leaders worldwide.
David Johnson: Serves Infrastructure & Operations Professionals and has one passion and one goal: helping companies create workforce computing experiences that engage people and enable them to do their best work. He is an expert in client virtualization technologies, including VDI, terminal services, application virtualization, desktop and mobile OS platforms, and converged infrastructures for VDI and DaaS. He helps Forrester clients build mastery of three things: workforce computing technologies, the audit and legal compliance aspects of workforce computing strategy, and the human behavior science of motivation and engagement.
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