1705 Arbor Dr
Check In: 11:30am
This program will be hosted both in-person at UNL East Campus Union (1705 Arbor Dr) in Lincoln and also virtually via video. Anyone who registers for the virtual option will be sent a link to join prior to the program beginning.
Data Driven Decision Making – Insights to an Exceptional Employee Experience in a Post-Pandemic World – Presented by: Brett Wells, Ph.D. – Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc.
Designing and delivering an exceptional employee experience is imperative if you want to win the war for talent in today’s post-pandemic world. In an effort to help people leaders navigate these shifts, Perceptyx has undertaken a major study on employee experience (EX) and employee value proposition (EVP). This session will highlight the key findings from this research effort and offer practical steps to help your company become an “irresistible organization.”
In particular, attendees will learn:
- The changing EVP – what employees value more post-pandemic than pre-pandemic;
- The new framework for EX, from meaningful work, to health and well-being, to the need for trust in the workplace;
- The 15 practices that have the biggest impact on EX;
- Why leaders must put people at the center of all decision-making, and how continuous listening and people analytics can help;
- Survey best practices to help leaders improve employee experiences and increase business impact.
Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc.
Dr. Brett Wells is the Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc., helping clients make sense of employee data to make better business decisions. For over the past 10 years, Brett has served as an external consultant to leaders at Fortune 500 companies, including Amazon, ExxonMobil, AT&T, Delta Air Lines, and the Estée Lauder Companies, aiding in the creation and implementation of people analytics strategies and solutions. Brett received his Ph.D. in social and industrial-organizational psychology from Northern Illinois University. A recognized thought leader on emerging workforce trends and digital technologies, he has published over 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers, most recently on data visualization in The Cambridge Handbook of Technology and Human Behavior.
$10 for LHRMA Members
$20 for non-LHRMA Members
Please register by Monday, September 13th.