Breakout Session

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August 10th at 3:30PM CST in Madison / Wisconsin Ballroom

Principal People Science Consultant at:

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How to Consciously Shape Your Company Culture

by Jennifer Stoll (She/Her)

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Presentation Description

Culture is like love - you can't easily explain it, but you can quickly recognize this universal phenomenon when you see it, feel it, and experience it. In today's competitive marketplace, it is critical for organizations to differentiate their culture as a way to attract, retain, and engage talent. Through the lens of behavioral science and practical stories, we will explore the core tenets of consciously shaping your organization's culture so you can cultivate an environment where people can be happier and more successful at work.

Three Takeaways:

  1. Why culture matters more now than ever before

  2. Three steps to enable your culture

  3. How to measure and act on culture

 

Speaker Bio:

Jennifer Stoll is a Principal People Science Consultant at Glint, now a part of LinkedIn and Microsoft. Prior to joining Glint, she spent almost 20 years at companies including CEB, Gartner, and CultureIQ where she worked closely with organizations to develop transformational listening programs. Jennifer has partnered with organizations in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, insurance, financial services, pharmaceuticals, retail, and technology. Her extensive experience in employee listening has made her a trusted partner to both C-suite executives as well as Boards of Directors, who value the expertise and insight she brings to each customer engagement. Jennifer has presented at numerous professional webinars and conferences on topics including culture, agility, and employee experience; most recently, she co-authored a book chapter focusing on measuring employee preferences.
 

Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts from Emory University and her MBA in Managerial and Organizational Behavior from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. She lives in Kansas City, Missouri.