Without flashy offices, happy hours and ping-pong tables, the heart of what makes a workplace culture great was exposed in 2020: its values and purpose as an organization, and how it makes them come alive. Is your organization ready to recruit and retain employees on those tenets alone? Join us for a discussion on how culture is being redefined and how organizations will need to respond to continue to thrive.
Dr. John Izzo
The Purpose Revolution
Dr. John Izzo has been a pioneer on creating successful businesses and emerging work trends for over twenty-five years. Izzo was a pioneer on employee engagement and social responsibility with his book Awakening Corporate Soul (1994), a trail blazer on shifting generational values when he wrote Values Shift-The New Work Ethic (2000), showed how individuals shape the future with Stepping Up (2014) and now blazing a new trail showing business why a rising class of people worldwide will shape the economy of the future with his latest book The Purpose Revolution (2018). This rising class is not one of nationality, income, race or gender but one that aspires to have a good life while doing good.
Founder and CEO
Best Practice Institute
Louis Carter is a trailblazer in the field of organizational development with his groundbreaking research in the area of emotional connection as a means to create positive, values-based movements inside of organizations to drive peak performance- where people bring their whole self to work. His organizational culture programs have impacted millions of employees worldwide for most of the Fortune 500 and more such as Corning, Pfizer, Volvo, FRBNY, Kimberly Clark, Bank of America, KeyBank, NYSE, GSK, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Boston Scientific, Merck, J&J, BMS, Aramco, Equinor, Madison Square Garden, Springfield Healthcare Clinic, the United Nations and many others.