A Sneak Peek at Limeade Engage 2021: 3 Factors That Directly Impact Employee Experience
By: The Limeade Team
The concept of employee experience (EX) has rapidly grown in popularity over the past few years, but definitions of EX have been hypothetical, redundant or vague. Knowledge gaps in our understanding of what creates a positive EX also makes it difficult to recognize how organizations can foster these positive experiences.
Given the destructive nature of the COVID-19 pandemic on the well-being of employees over the past year, learning how to make EX more effective has become an urgent need for all organizations.
The fifth annual Limeade Engage conference on Tuesday, March 9, 2021, will feature exclusive insights on factors that directly impact EX. Workplace well-being experts from the Limeade Institute will discuss the latest EX-related findings within our own research and from around the globe.
Limeade Engage sessions will explore three fundamental themes that directly impact EX: prioritizing inclusion, building a burnout recovery roadmap and fostering trust. Get a sneak peek at the sessions that will inspire your organization to elevate its employee experience for 2021 — and beyond.
1. Being Truly Seen: How Prioritizing Inclusion Elevates the Employee Experience
Dr. Reetu Sandhu—Director, Limeade Institute
Janelle Nichols—Senior Employee Experience Specialist, Customer Success at Limeade
Learn how to elevate EX by fostering a culture that truly sees and celebrates all identities in the workplace. This session offers actionable insights to ensure your employees feel heard, empowered to be their authentic selves and encouraged to participate in conversations that create coachable moments, trust and care.
2. Burnout Recovery Roadmap
Lindsay Lagreid—Senior Advisor, Limeade Institute
Christine Bilheimer—Manager, Customer Success at Limeade
It’s natural to experience burnout at some point in your career, but how you handle it makes a difference in your ability to recover. Learn about new findings that help us understand “burnout blind spots,” the power of recovery rituals and how your company should address burnout.
3. Fostering Trust to Fuel a Caring Employee Experience (EX)
Liz Pavese-Kaplan—Senior Director, EX Product Advisor, Limeade Institute
Jenelle Buatti—Senior Strategic Account Executive at Limeade
Is your organization developing a culture of trust for its employees? As one of the most important factors of shaping a positive, caring EX, establishing trust often gets overlooked. However, there are several ways to make it a priority among your employees. Join us for a session to discover how your company can leverage EX to build trust that shows employees their organization cares.
Limeade Engage 2021 is the virtual event of the year for HR and company leaders — and it’s free to attend.
The experience includes sessions with industry trailblazers such as New York Times bestselling author and activist Glennon Doyle, Love Squad CEO and Peloton instructor Ally Love, and Yale professor and host of The Happiness Lab podcast Dr. Laurie Santos — among other forward-thinking leaders. Limeade Engage will also feature live discussions and on-demand content ranging from 15-minute Q&A sessions to 45-minute presentations.
Attendees can join live and view all sessions on-demand through April.
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