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Session Details

Leveraging analytics and employee feedback can lead to more engaged, satisfied and productive workforces. In this interactive panel discussion, organizational culture experts will explore innovative, data-driven strategies for improving employee experience within the unique working environments of higher education and government sectors. Discover practical approaches to implementing these strategies and witness firsthand the transformative impact of data on enhancing workplace culture.

After this session, you'll be able to:​​

  1. Understand the power of data analytics to identify key areas of improvement within your organization, allowing for a more targeted approach to enhancing the employee experience.

  2. Apply proven strategies and best practices to increase employee engagement and satisfaction into your own organizations.

  3. Implement practical steps and apply data-driven strategies in your workplaces to help foster a positive and inclusive workplace culture.


Speaker Bio:

Serving as the Assistant Dean for Academic Analysis, Planning and Assessment at UW-Madison, Dr. Jenna Alsteen is the Graduate School’s leader on academic program planning and development, along with program review. She also leads the Graduate School on internal and external data reporting and data analysis. Previously working at Edgewood College, Dr. Alsteen has extensive experience in graduate enrollment management, professional development, and building institutional partnerships.

She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Edgewood College, a master’s degree in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from UW-La Crosse, and a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from UW–Madison.

Dr. Alsteen resides in Waunakee, WI with her husband Nick and children Monroe and Jake, along with their two English labs. As a family, they love dance, hockey, and everything “Badger”.
She is also a board member on Breanna’s Gift, a non-profit organization that brings music, dance, and the arts to children in hospitals with cancer and other serious illnesses.

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