In the last twenty years, workplace culture has gone from the back seat of the bus to the driver’s seat whether leaders want it to or not. Between the massive generational shift of the workforce, constant technological innovation, and the incredible impact of the pandemic on work and the workplace we are living in a whole new world where culture is strategy and a whole new workforce is changing the way we recruit and retain top talent.
This spring the Canadian Workplace Culture Index was developed by surveying more than a thousand employed Canadians from across the country. That survey revealed and confirmed some stark realities regarding the current state of workplace culture in Canada. In this session we will begin by revealing, for the first time publicly, some of the key insights surfaced in that work and then work together to develop strategies and solutions that work. Attendees will be led on a facilitated exercise to surface and share their collective intelligence regarding the keys to developing and implementing a powerful employee/employer value proposition.
Join the founding team of the Canadian Workplace Culture Index as they guide attendees on a journey of learning and exploration, and we put our minds together to develop and share effective strategies to address the biggest people and culture challenges facing organizations.
An Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is the unique set of benefits that an employee receives in return for the skills, capabilities, and experience they bring to a company.
An Employer Value Proposition (EVP) is your company’s core benefits that make up your wider employer brand.
What you’ll learn in this session:
- Be the first to learn all new insights into Canadian workplace culture
- How to develop and implement your employee/employer value proposition
- How to use your EVP as your shield against the great resignation
- Solutions to tackle the most pressing people and culture challenges of today and tomorrow.
- A brief overview of the Canadian Workplace Culture Certification
- Learn how to measure and improve organizational culture
Lorie Corcuera is the Head of HR, Vancouver, and LA for DNEG, one of the world’s leading visual effects, animation, and stereo conversion companies for feature film and television. Lorie is a strategic business partner and culture leader with over 20 years of experience in culture and belonging strategy and implementation, executive coaching, leadership alignment, organizational design and effectiveness, learning and development, diversity and inclusion, and elevating workplace experiences that inspire purpose, connection, and impact. Leading and loving by example is her mantra. Lorie is passionate about elevating the life experience at work and cultivating a community that is igniting and enriching our human spirit. Her favorite quote is by Maya Angelou, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”