Each year Fortune Magazine and Glassdoor generate lists of "Best Companies to Work For". What's the value of being on these lists? Is there anything Best places to Work have in common? What can you learn and apply from highly rated organizations?
• List correlations between "best companies" and business metric including profitability and growth
• Identify "Best Companies to Work For" and criteria used to rank them
• Examine common myths - What's true and what's not?
• Pinpoint shared characteristics of the
• Determine actions you can take to create a "Best Company to Work For" culture
Pat Cross, with over 15 years' business experience, has held leadership positions including Director of Education and Training and Manager of Staff Development in several industries. Formerly, as Vice President of Career Management at Right Management, a division of Manpower, she provided training and coaching for individuals in transition in areas of skill development and personal effectiveness.
Pat has designed and implemented a wide variety of custom management and employee development programs for industry sectors such as high-tech, manufacturing, healthcare, and the public service organizations.
Areas of expertise include management development, customer service, communication skills, performance management, career transition, and emotional intelligence. She holds an MA in Education, BA in Psychology and certifications in DDI, Achieve Global, Birkman Assessment, and Teaching English as Second Language.
(1st floor of San Jose City College Technology Building)
600 S. Bascom Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124
Date: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm
Complimentary Lunch will be served.
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If you have questions, please contact Bill Dahl (408) 918-5103