Feedback Culture: The ROI of Empathy is an exclusive two-hour event featuring an expert panel and an open room discussion in a private room at a 4 star restaurant. Our invitation-only group of 35 senior HR leaders will convene with three simple goals in mind:
- To learn from each other
- To network with each other
- To enjoy a fine lunch
The shift to a more human and holistic approach to HR is undoubtedly top of mind for the modern workforce. Team leaders are moving towards more frequent and casual check ins which ultimately fosters a culture of understanding. Understanding leads to inclusion, inclusion leads to collaboration, and collaboration leads to higher productivity and work quality. Our industry panel will discuss lessons learned, experiences and recommendations in an informal fashion without recordings, press, or social media hampering our exchange of knowledge.
- Best practices for building a Feedback Culture through continuous performance management
- The rise of emotional intimacy in the workplace: the need for connection, a sense of affinity, belonging, purpose, and feeling proud
- How empathy is the driving factor in connecting the workplace
- HR’s 2018 mandate: creating a collaborative culture
If you have received an invitation and would like to RSVP, or if you would like additional information and to be considered for participation, please email Stephanie Pereira Lima at firstname.lastname@example.org. While there is no cost to participate, we require registrants to show up and actively contribute to the conversation.
Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
1 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105
35 Senior HR leaders
|12:00 PM – 12:30 PM||Registration and Networking Lunch|
|12:30 PM – 1:15 PM||Panel Discussion|
|1:15 PM – 2:00 PM||Moderated Open Room Discussion Groups|
BetterWorks® provides software for continuous performance management. The platform helps organizations including Beachbody, Intuit, Schneider Electric, Lumeris and Kroger improve employee performance and engagement through seamless goal setting, ongoing feedback, peer recognition and manager-employee conversations. BetterWorks integrates with HRIS providers like Workday and Successfactors, and technology providers including Salesforce, JIRA, Google, Slack and others to automate progress and employee updates for easy management and enterprise configurations. The BetterWorks board of investors and advisors is comprised of HR and operational luminaries, including John Doerr, Chair of KPCB; Bing Gordon, General Partner & Chief Product Officer at KPCB; and Jason Green, Founder and General Partner, Emergence Capital. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with an office in New York City, and is backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Emergence Capital and 8VC. To learn more, visit www.betterworks.com.
Business Development Institute (BDI) is an award-winning event marketing agency specializing in producing invitation-only, thought leadership driven, custom events on the most impactful topics. BDI’s programs create an interactive peer learning experience while providing a rare networking opportunity for like-minded leaders over a fine lunch.