• Tuesday, Feb. 27
  • 1:00 ET
  • 10:00 PT

Culture Counts:

Developing an Empowered, Engaged, and Connected Workplace

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Create a culture where people are brave enough to bring all of who they are to all of what they do

In this 75-minute interactive online training, you will learn how to:

  • Create workspaces where employees are celebrated for bringing their fears, ideas, and authentic selves to the table.
  • Break through the 5 barriers getting in your way.
  • Engage in braver conversations and connect more meaningfully with your colleagues.

2 in 10 U.S. employees feel connected to their company’s culture, according to Gallup. Yet culture serves as a distinct competitive advantage.

It’s no longer okay to say culture doesn’t matter — research says otherwise, and employees are leaving organizations because they don’t feel connected to the company culture. It’s up to the leader to change that. 

In Culture Counts: Developing an Empowered, Engaged, and Connected Workplace, you will discover that productivity and the biggest bottom line are not the only things that matter. It’s the people, the purpose, and the culture. You will learn what it takes to build a brave workplace culture, and why it’s crucial to the success of your organization. 

We’ll explore the five bravery barriers getting in your way, and how to bust through them. You’ll learn how to engage in braver conversations and connect more meaningfully with your colleagues. Discover how to create workspaces where everyone is celebrated for bringing their fears, their ideas, and their authentic selves to the table. 

Your efforts will result in performance improvements, productivity increases, and an environment in which your organization’s collective potential is unleashed.

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Agenda for Culture Counts

  • Identify the bravery barriers that may be getting in you and your team’s way.
  • Learn 3 key strategies to engage in brave conversations.
  • Discover the elements that make up The B.R.A.V.E. Zone, and how it contributes to building more effective cultures.
  • Explore what it takes to create more meaningful connections with colleagues, and in turn, more cohesive company cultures.
  • Gain tools to empower you to bring all of who you are to all of what you do.

Interactive Q&A time included

Carol will answer all your questions relating to how to lead with braveness while creating a culture where employees want to work and bring their ideas.

Founder of The Brave Initiative and a mental health advocate, Carol Schulte has been educating and empowering audiences internationally — including Fortune 500 companies, International Associations, and individual leaders — to get their brave on for almost a decade. She is passionate about empowering workplaces to engage in braver conversations, create braver cultures, and get into braver action.

Having been diagnosed with a serious mental health illness later in life, she has learned the hard way the importance of prioritizing wellness, and what it really means to be brave. She is the creator of Brave Beyond Diagnosis, a community dedicated to women living with a mental illness, and The Brave Healing Journal a guided journey to find your brave and empower your life one day at a time.

She believes wholeheartedly the bravest thing you can do is be brave enough to be you.

Carol Schulte
Carol Schulte founder of The Brave Initiative, mental health advocate
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Professional Recertification Credit Hours Included

Business Management Daily is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDC) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.

HR Certification Institute’s® (www.HRCI.org) official seal confirms that Business Management Daily meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®. This program has been pre-approved for 1.25 HR-General recertification credit hours.

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Employee Retention Strategies

Hiring is expensive, timely, and harms productivity. That’s why employee retention is so vital. Keeping employees on staff and engaged helps productivity, saves money, and keeps valuable institutionalized knowledge within the organization. However, as companies struggle to maintain employees, what can you do to set your organization apart and keep talent on staff?

Employers need to work harder than ever to retain their current staff. Some solutions include improving employee benefits, allowing telecommuting, and optimizing the onboarding process.

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