Companies of all sizes that undertake the journey to become a great workplace – from small businesses to multinationals – consistently outperform their competitors with enhanced returns, greater productivity, deeper collaboration, and more innovation.
For 25 years, the Great Place to Work® Institute has been assisting thousands of organizations in over 40 countries to become great workplaces and has surveyed millions of employees in those organizations. Through this extensive research and practical experience the Institute has created a model for building great workplaces.
Join Alison Grenier of Great Place to Work® for this interactive webinar series to explore the model and hear how great organizations are implementing it on a day-to-day basis. By sharing research and inspiring Best People Practices©, you will learn what Canada’s Best Workplaces are doing to build trust in their organizations and how you can do the same in your own.
Encouraging Personal Best
When managers create an environment of trust, employees feel free to bring their “whole selves” to work. By recognizing employee and team accomplishments, helping employees grow and demonstrating caring for employees as people, managers create an environment in which innovation and creativity thrive.
In this session, you will learn how to create an environment of appreciation, caring and growth, which encourages employees to give their personal best for the team and the organization.
This webinar includes 1.5 receritification points.
PRESENTER: Alison Grenier, Great Place to Work Institute Canada
Alison Grenier is Culture Audit© Manager at Great Place to Work, responsible for the evaluation and reporting of Culture Audit© data and writing the Best People Practices report. With more than five years experience evaluating people practices, Alison has extensive knowledge of current policies and practices at Canada’s Best Workplaces. Alison also provides companies with specific feedback on their initiatives to create and sustain a great workplace, and also helps them put this knowledge into action, co-facilitating Great Place To Work® Journey training courses.