Attracting, retaining, and engaging talent are among the most challenging directives for today's HR, Talent, and Culture leaders.  To create a culture where talented, principled people want to work, stay, and do their best work means consciously delivering on a clear value proposition, one that's orchestrated by a diverse group of leaders, namely those in talent acquisition, development, compensation, learning, diversity, communication, IT, etc.  When brought together to identify and design the "touch points" between an organization and its employees, good things happen.  When these interactions are not identified and crafted, then dis-alignment is not only a risk, it's likely.  

As has been highlighted in research and now more and more in the popular press, design thinking principles are now being used to create unique employee experiences.  This is great, yet it also presents risk.  Design thinking stems from product development and user experiences -- outcomes that prove event driven.  Employee experiences, on the other hand, are dynamic.  They change over time depending on tenure, role, life stage, personal goals, and a host of other factors.  These differences, as well as the benefits of design thinking, will be explored at this unique conference and workshop.  Participants will not only listen and learn with accomplished practitioners from leading firms, they'll also engage in interactive exercises meant to provide a sense for what the work looks like, along with the value it can deliver.  

To join us, register soon.  Space is limited and we'll be providing a pre-conference self-assessment to ensure you and all participants get the most out of the experience.  To makin' great things happen!