MC Leadership in Changing Times: A Conference for All & Best Places to Work
* Register by Friday May 13, 2022. We are reaching our attendee cap. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Join us for our 2022 Leadership Conference & Best Places to Work Luncheon.
Leadership in Changing Times: A Conference for All is designed for leaders and emerging leader representing companies of all sizes in our community. The focus is to improve our company cultures to meet the demands of our customers and balance the needs of our talent pool. You will learn from existing organizations how they have changed their culture to incorporate more open and transparent communications engaging more employees and working together to better the community. You will also have the opportunity hear from a phenomenal keynote speaker, Dwayne Washington, Vice President for Merrill Lynch.
Additionally, our Best Places to Work program recognizes organizations who are changing and embracing new employment and leadership practices. Investing in this program positions your company in front of business leaders of all sizes, and says you care about this community and wish to support those leaders making a difference in the lives of your customers and employees. Our speaker for 2022 is Jay Caughron, Ph.D., Professor of Organizational Psychology for Radford University, and Founder and CEO of Allied Consulting Network.
Agenda: 9:30-9:55 Check-in 10:00-11:00 Leadership in Changing Times: Dwayne Washington, Vice President for Merrill Lynch 11:00-11:30 40 Under 40 Recognition 11:30-11:50 Lunch is Served (continue to eat during Best Places Speaker) 11:50-12:20 What Makes a Best Place to Work? Jay Caughron, Ph.D., Professor of Organizational Psychology for Radford University, and Founder and CEO of Allied Consulting Network 12:30 – 1:30 Best Places to Work & Hall of Fame Recognition
Participating in Best Placesto Work provides your company AND YOUR TEAM BRAGGING RIGHTS AND A SENSE OF PRIDE. You will also gain insights into how your organization is doing culturally and strategically. You can also see areas such as communication, alignment of mission, and more, that you can improve upon and develop a plan to improve. There are two components of this survey. One is for the Leadership team to complete. The second survey is for the team members/employees to complete.
The computer-generated results measure the gaps between the two groups. The higher the score, the more substantial the employee alignment is with that of leadership. We recognize those companies with high alignment scores. Your Chamber never sees who responded, although we encourage you to open this to all employees. Chamber membership is not required.