Are you intimidated by the Great Resignation?
Instead, think of it as the Great Opportunity.
It’s your opportunity to update your workplace practices, create a great place to work, and bring in top talent.
It’s your opportunity to think beyond perks and benefits to make core changes to what it’s like to work at your company.
The world has changed so much over the past few years. It’s time we change along with it. That means using these changes as a catalyst to think differently about what it means to be an employee, a leader, and what it means to work.
Now is your opportunity to create an organization where people WANT, not NEED, to show up to work.
And all of those changes come back to employee experience.
There’s a lot of talk about employee experience, but many people don’t know what it really means or how to make it a reality in their organizations.
For several years I’ve been on a mission to change that. I never had a good employee experience so 15 years ago after an executive made me get him coffee, I set off on my own.
I’ve spent years researching employee experience and pioneered concepts and practices used by many of the world’s top organizations. But employee experience isn’t just for the Googles and Microsofts of the world–it’s for every company, large and small.
I define employee experience as:
Creating an organization where people want, not need to show up to work each day by making core changes to the workplace around three environments which are culture, technology, and physical space.
In my revamped Employee Experience Crash Course 2.0, I share everything you need to know to create an amazing, people-first organization. This includes everything from the basics of defining employee experience to the three environments that contribute to providing best practices and tips you can implement today.
In this course, you’ll learn:
- The difference between employee engagement and employee experience
- Trends shaping the employee experience
- The impact COVID had on employee experience
- The ROI of investing in employee experience
- How to design great employee experiences
- And much more!
Employee experience isn’t just a buzzword. It has a real impact on organizations. Organizations that excel in employee experience have higher profits, better stock price performance, lower turnover, and more.
I want to help you reach those benefits.
If you sign up you will get:
- Over 4 hours of video content broken up into easily digestible video segments
- Lifetime access to the program for any new updates and contents
- Direct access to mr via the course platform
- A certificate of completion
- Links to supplemental information and materials
This course isn’t just for HR professionals. It’s for everyone interested in employee experience who wants to make a difference, no matter your job title.
Yes, times are changing, but they don’t have to be scary. Look at it as an opportunity to update your organization and grow to prepare for the future.