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7 best practices for creating a great place to work

Insights from Charlotte L. Miller, O.C. Tanner’s Senior Vice President, People & Great Work

Thursday, June 11th 2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT / 6:00 PM GMT

This year O.C. Tanner was honored to be named number 40 on the 2015 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list. But as many other companies on the list agree—it’s not so much about getting on the list—but the journey you take to get there. The commitment your culture has to evolve, to listen, to create and sustain a place where great work thrives.

Join Charlotte Miller, O.C. Tanner’s leader of People & Great Work, as she shares what she learned throughout the process and what would help anyone as they look to create workplaces where people can be inspired to do amazing things.

Listen in and learn:

• How to look beyond the application to focus on who you are as a company and the stories that create culture.

• Insights into identifying what’s working and what could be improved upon.

• Recognition best practices that help break down silos and drive connection, collaboration, and communication. 

• The benefits of setting goals, not trying to conquer everything all at once, and how to make changes that will be meaningful and sustainable. 

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As O.C. Tanner’s Senior Vice President of People & Great Work, Charlotte leads a team focused on creating a culture where all employees thrive. Her position allows her to continue doing what she loves most, encouraging, inspiring and developing the employees at O.C. Tanner. Formerly the Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources at Iomega Corporation, Charlotte holds a law degree and has spent her career championing service to the people and communities she serves. She was Utah’s first woman to be elected state delegate to the ABA’s House of Delegates; has been recognized as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women” in Utah Business Magazine and in 2013 she received the Utah State Bar Dorathy Merrill Brothers Award for her dedication and contribution to the advancement of women in the legal profession.

Thursday, June 11th 2:00 PM EDT /11:00 AM PDT

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