Building a Purpose-Driven Culture
During last year’s IHAF Conference & Award’s Show, CEO of We First Branding, Simon Mainwaring, shared how to successfully build your brand’s philosophy, community and cultural leadership. In fact, his session was so well received that we invited him back as a webinar presenter this fall.
On September 20, Simon will be digging deeper on the topic of workplace culture, revealing critical best practices across a variety of industries including the systems and storytelling required to build environments that stimulate employee engagement, drive business growth and boost your competitive advantage.
How do you inspire and equip employees to become passionate, effective ambassadors of the brand? How do you evolve a culture that attracts top talent and drives productivity and commitment? How do you cultivate an environment that retains your stars and gains recognition as a place people want to work?
In next month’s webinar, you’ll learn:
1.) How to position your company so new and existing employees want to be a part of it—bringing their personal purpose to life while contributing to the company's purpose as well.
2.) What traditions, rituals and tools can be used to build and sustain a culture of purpose.
3.) How to inspire your employees to lead a movement on your company's behalf while building the business and the brand.
Keeping pace with the cultural nuances of your in-house agency means investing in employees to boost morale and retain top talent. Our next webinar will help you get there. Join us on Thursday, September 20 at 1 p.m. ET.
- we first branding
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