Thank you for your patience while we take care of your request!
Presenter: Bpi, Learning and Leadership Development Staff, Best Practice Institute
On Valentine's Day, spend time with a community that is committed to creating workplaces that employees love to work for.
This 2022 Best Practices in HR Summit is designed for CHROs who have similar beliefs in creating an amazing place to work that people love. It is designed to learn the newest and best HR structures, systems, policies, and practices for their organization to achieve this end and create a lasting legacy. It is applicable to all companies who are going through any kind of change or growth mode. This year, we will address many issues including:
1. Effects of COVID
2. RTO, WFH, or Hybrid Policies
3. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
4. Creating a culture that enhances all operations in HR
5. Data and Analytics
6. Career Mapping
7. Learning and Development
8. New Recruitment and Talent Acquisition practices
9. Integration and Creating the Whole System
10. THE 100 Top Newsweek Most Loved Workplaces - Success Stories and Awards!
Join the top thought leaders and executives who are at the forefront of their field. These executives lead companies that consciously place love for their employees at the center of their business model.
In the October 29th issue of Newsweek Magazine, the inaugural Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces list was published. This list highlighted the top 100 of hundreds of companies who became certified Most Loved Workplaces in 2021 and deserve to be recognized for their commitment to creating a workplace loved by employees.
Validated by the Best Practice Institute, Most Loved Workplaces are evaluated in 5 areas of the peer-validated SPARK model - Systemic Collaboration, Positive Vision for the Future, Alignment of Values, Respect, and Killer Achievement. Published with our research partner The University of Pittsburgh's Frances Hesselbein Leadership Forum, and in the 2019 McGraw-Hill book, In Great Company, written by BPI's and Most Loved Workplace's Founder Louis Carter, SPARK which focuses on employee sentiment is the best way to drive increased performance and productivity from employees. In fact, the research shows that Most Loved Workplace employees are 3-4x more likely to perform better and produce more, while Most Loved Workplaces are 3-4x more likely to retain top talent and see increased talent pools in this competitive war for talent.
We will also recognize this year's Best Practice Award Winners, recognizing key leaders, CEOs, and HR practitioners who are being showcased for their extraordinary contributions.
We'll see you on Valentine's Day for a day focused on the impact of the world's most powerful emotion on the workplace - Love!