The December Business Breakfast Bytes will feature ways to identify and build leaders in the workplace in order to help create a positive workplace culture and improve employee retention.
Hosted by:Waverly Beach
Chris Czarnik, CEO of Career [RE]Search Group. will lead the session and facilitate the panel of experts including: Julie Keller: Executive Director - The Women’s Fund
Matt Greely: Executive Vice President - McMAHON Thomas Feldhusen: Executive Adviser - Culture Index - Wisconsin Are you an organization who looks to produce the next great leader? Is employee retention a current pain point you are looking to improve on? Do you want to be able to identify your key performers in your organization? What opportunities should you be able to provide them with?
Adam Legge, author of Making Remarkable: How to Deliver Purpose, Inspire People and Build a Platform for Exceptional Results, states that ”leaders wake up each morning wanting to create impact, achieve results, and make a difference”. So how can you build your employees to have that mindset and to inspire them to become leaders in the workplace?
This dynamic panel will provide their take on what it means to build leaders in the workplace, and how it can affect workplace culture and employee retention, especially when it comes to the millennial generation. According to Harvard Business Review, “[Millennials] want to feel deeply committed to their role and to work for a manager who will invest in their development”. Attendees will learn what traits to look for in their workplace leaders and how to build upon them. What roles can these workplace leaders fit into without a formal leadership title? There will also be discussion on what is a leader and how the definition or traits might vary throughout industries, as well as ways to encourage female leaders in male dominated industries.