How to Future-Proof Your Culture for the New World of Work

How to Future-Proof Your Culture for the New World of Work

About this Webinar

The global pandemic has given us a rare opportunity to redefine work and society. But as we navigate these changes we must pay close attention to the impact on organizational culture, for it is one of the most important differentiators companies possess.

According to HBR ‘When organizations develop positive, virtuous cultures they achieve significantly higher levels of organizational effectiveness — including financial performance, customer satisfaction, productivity, and employee engagement.’

In this webinar, Jenni Field, will take you through the key points to action in order to manage company culture effectively in the new world of work. You will learn how to:

  • Health check your company’s culture
  • Redefine internal communications
  • Be intentional about culture
  • Hyper Personalize in order to be relevant

Event details

October 21, 2021

11am EST / 4pm GMT

30 minutes


Jenni Field

Jenni Field

Founder/Business Communications Strategist

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