“The information you communicate to your employees has to be relevant. It’s one thing to communicate but being relevant will make sure that messages land.” —Larry Colagiovanni, VP, Research & Development, Limeade
Every experience we have, whether it’s going to a restaurant or spending a day at work, is made up of a series of moments that together shape how we feel about the experience. The moments can range from walking into the building, meeting a coworker in the hallway or participating in a performance review. Each moment can have a positive, neutral or negative impact.
But not all moments are created equal. For years, progressive organizations have designed experiences for their employees because they recognize those experiences can mean the difference between success and failure for their organization. Now it’s time that your organization joins those leading the way by putting employees first.
THIS WEBINAR COVERS
How to approach employee experience, or EX, so that it positively affects every interaction and every employee
How to truly differentiate as an organization and put Care into action
The importance of whole-person well-being and its relation to the employee experience
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS
EX begins with the whole person: their well-being, sense of engagement and inclusion
EX is more than solving for the major moments — pay attention to every interaction
Tackle it from all angles and every department — it’s not an HR thing
Care matters to transform (not transact) EX
To start shaping the employee experience at your organization, view the presentation slides or watch the video below. And when you’re ready to take EX to the next level, learn about the Limeade ONE platform.
Join Limeade at the HR Leaders Virtual World event on September 21 at 11am GMT. Martin Zelger, Limeade VP of International Sales, will present, Understanding Diverse Employee Experiences: A Multi-Country Perspective.