There is no doubt that workplaces are different today than they were for our parents and grandparents. To attract top talent, companies will need a solid understanding of the workplace that the new generations of employees will be seeking and how they can fit the characteristics of that workplace into a profitable business model.
The Student Dialogue on Creating Great Workplaces is an opportunity for all of us to build that lucid understanding. In facilitated dialogues, you and your peers will determine the qualities that make great workplaces and how companies can implement these qualities to optimize their business model. Experienced professionals will help you refine your understanding to make you a stronger asset to your future employers.
The afternoon will start with networking and pizza. Then you will engage in a series of activities with structured questions to explore and discover how to build and lead great workplaces. You will receive a certificate for attending, and your name will be included in the writeup of our findings, including a LinkedIn article.
- Doug Dolan, Technical Learning Advisor, Shell LinkedIn
- Bethany Niazian, Wells Operations Training Coordinator, ShellLinkedIn
- Jay Clancy, President, Strategic AscentLinkedIn
What are Dialogues?
A dialogue is a facilitated process where people from a variety of perspectives discuss and build new understandings around controversial topics. Through exploration of different questions, challenges, values, beliefs, and aspirations, we hope to find better and more realistic solutions.
Please apply by March 30. You will be informed if you are accepted by April 2.
Park in the Ashford 5 parking garage, and NOT in spaces marked “Visitors” or “Reserved”.
Strategic Ascent, a division of Clancy Learning LLC, is a Houston training company.
Established in 2000, Strategic Ascent is a strategic organizational learning design company consulting with large and small organizations across many global industries on training and human resource development projects to help them improve their organizational results.