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The Power of the Question Mark

November 29 from 11-11:30 AM PST
Presenter: Rusty Rueff, Former EVP of HR for EA (Electronic Arts,) HR Executive at PepsiCo, and board member and advisor for startups including Hirevue and Glassdoor
 
In “The Power of the Question Mark,” Rusty will explore key points in a business where employing a question mark can be a powerful tool. Often we enter new work environments or leadership roles trying to assert ourselves and establish a firm ownership over a new role. However, while we hear a period at the end of our sentences, those around us hear an exclamation point.
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Learn more about how the ‘Power of the Question’ mark approach can help guide you through:
  • Successful Onboarding
  • New leadership or management roles
  • Shifting strategy within an organization

Rusty Rueff invests and advises start-ups while serving on a number of corporate and philanthropic boards. He was an EVP of Electronic Arts (EA,) responsible for global Human Resources and Talent Management. Prior, he was the Vice President of International Human Resources for PepsiCo. Rusty is the co-author of “Talent Force: A New Manifesto For the Human Side of Business."

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Thrival: The Path to Creating High Performing Resilient Organizations

Nov 2017

Presenters: 
Anton Franckeiss, Head of Consulting, Waggl
Kate Benediktsson, Chief Marketing Officer, Waggl
Julia Winn, Content Strategist, Waggl

Will your organization survive the listening epidemic?

To operate in the era of digital disruption, leaders must adopt a listening culture. Engagement is the key to high performance, but approximately 70% of employees are disengaged, and 17.2% are actively disengaged. This causes over $450 billion in the U.S. alone in lost productivity.

Resilience translates into performance with two fundamental building blocks: inclusion and transparency.

Explore 5 key indicators that signal the transition towards a high-performance culture. These indicators are Accountability, Trust, Engagement, Agility, and Better Decision Making.

In summation, leaders who practice active listening across the organization tap into actionable insight. Positively leveraging authentic feedback results in the ultimate competitive advantage: resilience.

Practical Tips for Evolving Culture

October 2017

Practical Tips For Evolving Culture

OCTOBER 23 FROM 11-11:30 AM PST

 

Presenter: Alan Oishi, Business Strategist, and Facilitator

Co-Presenter: Anton Franckeiss, Head of Consulting at Waggl

 

What if evolving organizational culture was simple and easy? 

 

In this webinar, Alan Oishi will showcase simple, yet impactful steps that can be taken to shift culture.  Discover a powerful framework to support self-responsibility and a productive mindset. Learn how to activate and create positive accountability to the “core values” of an organization.

Since 2010, Alan has been providing strategic advisory services to purpose-led organizations across a diverse set of industry sectors. He is also a top-rated speaker to CEO & Executive Forum groups, including being named 2016 Canadian Speaker of the Year by TEC Canada. Alan is passionate about helping business leaders to align their teams behind a common vision and build the commercial and cultural assets to drive accelerated and sustainable growth.

 

The UCHealth Story: Disrupting the Employee Voice Process

September 2017

UCHealth recently revamped their Employee Voice process to improve engagement and build trust within the organization. The innovative new Employee Voice process aims to create a consistent methodology that promotes transparency, immediacy, alignment, and accountability for leaders and staff.

 

Continuous feedback and a simple question set shed light on the biggest pain points in the organization, and which themes were most acutely urgent to address.

 

 

Within just one quarter UCHealth saw engagement scores significantly improve throughout the organization. Rapid and consistent improvement continues as leaders and employees engage in authentic, transparent dialogue focused on creating a place where everyone can thrive.

Generating Focused Ideas Through Practical Empathy

August 2017

Presenter: Indi Young, Data Scientist, Researcher, Author, Co-Founder Adaptive Path

Co-Presenter: Alex Kinnebrew, Head of Strategy for Waggl

 

 

 

 

Indi has spent her career writing and training organizations how to generate ideas based on problem space research. Her books Practical Empathy and Mental Models outline a method to transform qualitative data gathered via listening sessions with people accomplishing a greater purpose into reliable, validated knowledge that forms the basis of idea generation.

The Art of Possible: new habits, neuroscience, and the power of deliberate action.

July 2017

Presenter: Kate Tojeiro

Co-Presenter: Dr. Anton Franckeiss

 

Kate Tojeiro is an Executive Performance Coach for prestigious FTSE 100 and Fortune 100 clients such as Google, Accenture, Rio Tinto, and Barclays, and also the managing director of the progressive leadership consultancy X-Fusion. In our Waggl Webinar, she’ll share insights from her new book “The Art of the Possible.”

 

Kate and Dr. Anton Franckeiss will discuss the deliberate actions you can take to help you to realize your personal and professional goals faster and more effectively. Do you want to:

 

  • Widen your horizons?

  • Try something new?

  • Conquer self-doubt, self-criticism, and fear?

 

 

 

“The Art of the Possible” combines Kate’s unique experiences as an executive coach with interviews with elite figures in the sports world, the latest in neuroscience, and her own personal experience during an off road motorbike challenge across the Pyrenees.

 

 

The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age

June 2017

Presenter: Chris Yeh

Co-presenter: Adam Tanner

 

Introducing a new, realistic loyalty pact between employer and employee

Managers today in the networked age are facing a dilemma. You can’t afford to offer lifetime employment. But you can’t build a lasting, innovative business when everyone acts like a free agent. Models built for long-term employment no longer work in modern workplaces that are defined by continuous change.

“The Alliance” offers a solution. Stop thinking of employees as family or free agent, and instead think of them as allies in a tour of duty.

 

  • Rebuild lost trust with straight talk that recognizes realities of the modern economy.
  • Create realistic and mutually beneficial employer/employee relationships
  • Put trust at the heart of your management strategy

 

 

Chris Yeh co-authored “The Alliance,” with Reid Hoffman, founder/chairman of LinkedIn. He’ll share insights from this bold and practical guide for managers and executives and preview tools that help you recruit, manage, and retain the kind of employees that help your company thrive in today’s world.