Winning the Hearts, Hands and Minds of Employees to Inspire Their Personal Best

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It takes more than a poster to win the hearts, hands and minds of employees. Engaged employees who truly understand an organization's mission, vision and culture deliver better quality and service. To what extent is your organization's strategy and best place to work culture aligned and reflected in your communication strategies? How much are you capitalizing on attributes like trust, pride and recognition to inspire your employees to give their personal best?

Aaron Gillingham, vice president of human resources at OhioHealth, will walk you through some of his organization's best practices. You will leave this session motivated and inspired to align your communication strategies with your company's business and HR strategy.

Key Takeaways:

  • Connect with your employees so that they feel valued and willing to give their personal best
  • Support employees to be their best by focusing on culture, overall well-being, and rewards and recognition
  • Exceed your goals for employee engagement
November 2015

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Presenter bio: 

Aaron Gillingham is vice president of Human Resources at OhioHealth, a not-for-profit, faith-based health system based in Columbus, Ohio with 12 hospitals, 50+ healthcare sites and 28,000 associates, physicians and volunteers. OhioHealth is currently recognized as one of the top five large health systems in America by Truven Health Analytics, and has also been recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" for nine years in a row, 2007-2015. 

Aaron is responsible for strategic human resources coordination for OhioHealth's regional operations and corporate functions. In that capacity, he oversees a team of Human Resources Business Partners responsible for the execution of all human capital initiatives including associate engagement strategy, cultural integration of recently acquired care sites, physician practices, and business units, organizational design and effectiveness, and change management strategy.