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Connecting Well-Being & Purpose: People-First Talent Practices (Proposed Topic)

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Session Focus:  Explore strategies to align well-being with purpose to foster a connected, thriving workplace.
Purpose-oriented companies have been shown to achieve 30% higher levels of innovation and better performance overall when leaders and employees throughout the organization believe in and act upon its purpose.--Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, The Purpose Factor: Why Your Talent Strategy (and So Much More) Depends On It (2022)
In this dynamic and interactive roundtable, senior HR and talent leaders will explore innovative strategies to connect well-being initiatives with organizational purpose.

Dual Pursuits: Purpose and Profit (HBSP, 2022)Source: The Purpose Factor: Why Your Talent Strategy (and So Much More) Depends On It (HBSP, 2022)

Senior Talent Leaders will engage in thought-provoking discussions and collaborative activities to foster a connected, inclusive culture. By aligning wellness efforts with company values, we will share what impacts employee engagement, enhances performance, and creates a thriving workplace.

Surgeon General announces the 5-for-5 Connection Challenge: to take 5 actions over 5 days to build social connection. YouTube | Surgeon General announces the 5-for-5 Connection Challenge

Join us to lead the change and make well-being a core component of your purpose-driven talent strategy. Proposed Working Agenda:
  • 10:00 am - Connect Well-being and Purpose (30 minutes)
  • 10:30 am - Chief Well-being Officer Perspectives (45 minutes)
  • 11:15 am - 5 Actions for 5 Days Group Activity (45 minutes)
  •     Noon    - Networking Lunch Break
  • 1:00 pm - Onboarding Use Case (30 minutes)
  • 1:30 pm - Talent Review Use Case (30 minutes)
  • 2:00 pm - Talent Management Ideation (45 minutes)
  • 2:45 pm - Wrap-up and Next Steps (30 minutes)

Join us to explore actionable strategies for adapting talent management practices in an ever-changing work environment.   Our quarterly cohort exchanges use the following design elements:
  1. Sharing practical case studies aligned to business needs
  2. Identifying key issues and developing insights and solutions
  3. Canvassing learning industry trends applied at ELE members’ workplace
 
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Roslyn Grant
Director, Organization DevelopmentFroedtert Health
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Wendy Greeson
Principal Consultant @ Amplify Your TalentGlobal Talent Leaders
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Award-winning professional with demonstrated success in Talent Management, Learning, and Leadership Development. Consistently recruited to lead in newly created roles, generating transformational results impacting individuals, teams, and organizations.

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PASSIONATE COLLABORATOR with an extensive business and charity network that makes things happen.

Christine Moczynski
Senior Organizational Development Business Partner in Change ManagementFroedtert Health
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High success rate of operations improvement, process streamlining, and influencing positive change. Eminently experienced working with all levels within an organization as well as all types of personalities; advanced communication and collaboration skills.

Janice Simmons
VP, Chief Learning and Organization Development OfficerFroedtert Health
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Janice is a business executive with a focus on Talent Strategy and Talent Management; Leadership Development; Change Management; Organization Development, and Culture Change.

Erin Doyle
Chief Learning OfficerGet Control
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