May 30
Dr. Anton Franckeiss

How Transparency and Inclusion Help You Produce Profit

Transparency and inclusion are the foundations for unlocking discretionary effort in your employees. In this webinar, you will learn:

  • human centered approaches to authentic employee voice
  • the top mistakes companies make that sacrifice a culture of transparency and inclusion
  • practical application and business impacts from those who have harnessed employee voice to create transparent and inclusive cultures

Join the authors of our recent white paper, “The Simple Secret Behind Improving Engagement,” as they provide the logic you need to help your leadership team see the value in transparency and inclusion. 

Profitability and shareholder returns depend on high-performing, resilient organizations. In order to have a high-performance culture, organizations need to effectively unlock discretionary effort in their employee base. Creating an environment of contribution that goes beyond the job description is only possible with a foundation of transparency and inclusion.

While there will always be organizations that struggle to survive in an environment of digital disruption, those that can effectively leverage collective insight from within their organizations will be the ones that survive and thrive.

Dr. Anton Franckeiss

Dr. Anton Franckeiss is a highly skilled professional with extensive consultancy experience in Organizational Design, Change Management, Leadership Assessment and Talent Management. Anton has a Doctorate in OD and Change, is a Senior Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development and Member of the IOD. He works with blue-chip clients across all sectors and geographies globally on projects that bring clarity, as well as genuine transformational leadership and positive change.

Anton is joined in this webinar by white paper co-authors, Kate Benediktsson and Julia Winn. Kate is a serial entrepreneur, psychotherapist, founder, and author. Founder of 7 businesses, Kate is now an executive and part of the founding team for Waggl. Kate believes that radical self-expression, respect, trust, and empathy lead to a connected and engaged workforce, and that the best ideas and input can come from anyone in the organization.

Julia is a seasoned creator of written and multimedia content. For over a decade she’s worked to simplify stories and make messages relatable and accessible to audiences in the entertainment and technology industries. Julia believes that true, inclusive connection within organizations paves the way for increased innovation and an inspired workforce. She currently leads Waggl’s marketing content department.

Improve your engagement strategy by including the Employee Voice. We’ll partner with you every step of the way.

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