A strong workplace culture is not easy to maintain during "normal" circumstances. According to Gallup, “only 23% of U.S. employees strongly agree that they can apply their organization's values to their work every day.” During profound disruption, its critical to maintain institutional culture through supportive leadership, empathetic communication and a focus on learning and growth. Join us for a discussion with HR and IT leadership from Arizona State University, detailing their response to disruption, how it caused them to reframe their thinking about training and development for over 30,000 employees, and their plans for maintaining a strong culture into the future. Specifically, you will learn: - How a lean and highly decentralized institution reacted to disruption - How the pandemic impacted their training and development initiatives and cultural philosophy - Leaderships top lessons learned and top 3 priorities for moving into the future How the crisis changed the way they think about HR technology
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The notion of “future ready” can mean different things, but there is one common thread when the topic is discussed within forward-thinking organizations. It’s possible for both employees and the company to thrive even within a very fluid and challenging operating environment as long as the right structural and technological elements are in place. Three key factors help create and maintain this ability to thrive: