Strategic HR at Mount Washington: Oct 27-29, 2019 – Bretton Woods, NH


Workshop D: HR Leader Forum

Monday, October 28th, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 11:45 am

The Employee Experience

What’s it all about? This forum will engage HR leaders in a far-reaching discussion about the employee experience. Based on current research, we will explore the questions: What is the ideal employee experience in today’s workplace? What impact could a positive employee experience have on business outcomes? How can organizations drive more positive and human employee experiences?

Using innovative tools, you will examine and evaluate your organization’s approach to the employee experience and discuss your role in leading the effort. Maryanne Spatola hosts this very hands-on workshop, which is limited to 24 participants. You’ll be called into action by some pre-conference work, an intriguing onsite exercise, and a post-conference summary. Discover the far-reaching consequences of how employees feel about their work and how the employee experience touches every corner of the workplace, from talent acquisition and retention to leadership and business results, to communication and technology, and to mission, vision, and values.

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”  Maya Angelou

Why you’ll want to participate in this session.

  • Take a pre-conference survey designed to identify your employee experience initiatives, discover the results, and see how they compare to national trends in this arena.
  • Participate in an exercise using innovative tools that will help you evaluate the employee experience and engagement fronts.
  • Leave the session with a better sense of how the employee experience connects to your organization’s mission and values and how you can become a driver of an impactful process.
  • Session participants will receive a free everything DiSC Work of Leaders® profile revealing best-practice strategies for crafting a vision, building alignment, and championing execution that generates powerful conversations with a clear path for action.

Approved for: SHRM Credit- 1.75 PDCs; and HRCI Credit- 1.75 HR (general) Credits.

Program Faculty: Maryanne Spatola