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October 17th / 2:45 PM to 3:35 PM CET

Recognition Strategy: How an Investment in Your People Can Save Your Culture

Senior Director, People Analytics and Research

In search of relevant, research-backed guidance on recognition strategies that will yield an ROI? Come to the table with top-of-mind challenges and together with Dr. Meisha-ann Martin, deep dive how to unlock high levels of employee performance. With touchpoints on wellbeing, psychological safety, and compensation strategy, this session will leave leaders with the framework to meet the needs of today’s complex workforce and improve business through strategic recognition.

  • Understand the connection between recognition and business outcomes: Explore the evidence and benefits.
  • Meet the needs of a complex workforce: Research-based advice for leaders.
  • Unleash high levels of employee performance: Discuss strategies to boost engagement and productivity.
  • Taking strategic steps as a leader: Actionable advice on value alignment with interactive takeaways.

This interactive roundtable dives into the role of AI in elevating workplace productivity. Participants will explore how artificial intelligence can be effectively integrated to streamline processes, make informed decisions, and improve overall operational efficiency. Key points of discussion include:

  • Understanding the impact of AI on workforce productivity and efficiency
  • Exploring real-world applications of AI across HR functions and beyond
  • Strategies for successful AI integration, addressing challenges and ensuring a positive user experience

Please note our roundtables have limited capacity and therefore are reserved for our more senior attendees (Director level or above) who wish to partake in an open discussion with other thought leaders on the chosen subject. Participation is on a first come first served basis and we encourage early arrival to secure your spot. If you do not meet the criteria, the hostess will reserve the right to refuse entry.

Senior Director, People Analytics and Research

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