Improving the Employee Experience: The “Visual” Approach to Retaining Good People
In today's highly competitive market, organizations want to retain top talent, yet traditional approaches tend to over-rely on verbal and written communications and fail to meet the mark. Today’s visual, systems-driven world demands a new approach. Join Bruce Hazen, co-author of Business Models for Teams, as he leads us through a highly interactive and engaging workshop on Improving the Employee Experience: The “Visual” Approach to Retaining Good People.
In this session, participants will learn how to visually depict work at three levels: the individual, team and enterprise, discover how other organizations have applied it, and then dive into a fun and hands-on opportunity to explore two levels of visual modeling. Attendees will leave equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to take this approach back to their workplace or clients.
Bruce Hazen’s diverse professional background ranges from civil engineering to community health and includes degrees in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology. This broad background set the stage for his successful coaching and consulting career. In 2014, Bruce wrote Answering The Three Career Questions, and as a career and management coach, he has guided leaders and their teams to personally tailor their answers for “The Three Career Questions”.In 2017, Bruce joined forces with Tim Clark to co-author a book entitled Business Models for Teams. They have led workshops in various parts of the U.S. and abroad, sharing the practices and principles outlined in their book.Bruce fundamentally believes that finding the right work gives rise to leading in that work and then ultimately to the work getting done by highly motivated, results-drive teams.Hazen also provides leadership training to teams, most recently delivering a four-part series of leadership seminars for all Oregon Health Sciences University Nurse Managers and Professional Practice Leaders.
Date: November 15, 2018
Time: Registration and networking from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. Program from 6-8.
Location: Lucky Lab, 7675 SW Capitol Hwy. Portland, OR 97219, upstairs event room.
Parking: Free on-street parking available. Limited parking in the pub lot.
Food: Light refreshments provided. Beverages available for purchase.
Cost: ODN Chapter Members and Partner Organizations (ATD, PHRMA): $10; Guests: $25
Register: Through Eventbrite. Online registration available until 8 am the morning of the event. Registration available at the door if space available. Space limited to 40 attendees.