In this interactive presentation, you will gain valuable insights into fostering a connected and engaged remote workforce. The session will delve into a variety of virtual employee engagement strategies, providing a diverse toolkit of interactive virtual employee engagement activities. You will discover concrete methods to seamlessly infuse employee engagement strategies into your daily workflow, emphasizing the integration of short, impactful activities. The presentation will unveil the importance of creating a culture and climate plan based on data-driven insights. You will learn how to assess and understand your organization's current culture, derive actionable insights, and strategically plan for positive cultural transformation. With a focus on leadership buy-in, employee involvement, and continuous monitoring, you will leave equipped with the knowledge to not only harmonize remote teams but also implement sustainable employee engagement strategies that contribute to a thriving and inclusive organizational culture.
This presentation will share:
What level and types of commitment is required to build and sustain a culture of choice.
Examples of how one company blends both entrepreneurialism (creativity) with discipline to drive business outcomes.
Authenticity with what has worked, came easy, and what has been a struggle in creating and sustaining a culture of choice.
As Chief People, Culture and Capability Officer, Jeff is responsible for global oversight of the human resource function, and the coordination of strategy for both the global supply chain and quality functions. Jeff has been with WD-40 Company since 2017 and has held various management positions including director of human resources, information technology, supply chain and finance within the Company’s EIMEA segment.
Jeff received his Master of Science in Executive Leadership from the University of San Diego and his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Walden University. He maintains a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential and serves on the SHRM Certification Commission, which oversees credentialing of human resources professionals around the world.