Why Your Staff is Leaving: The Importance of Corporate Culture
This webinar is approved for 1 hour of ASOA Category A CEO credit.
This course will demonstrate why aligning your organization’s purpose, brand, and culture for a winning employee experience is key to retaining top talent. Gallup research data shows when your best employees are not engaged, they are as likely to leave your organization as your employees who tend to have performance issues and are unhappy.
The winning formula for long-term high performance is this:
Talent x Engagement x Tenure = High Performance
Employees with all three — good fit, high engagement, and 10+ years at an organization — dominate performance. They perform 18% higher than the average employee and 35% higher than a worker who lacks all three elements.
In this webinar, Matt Jensen will discuss:
- Developing a comprehensive employee experience strategy and aligning the employee experience to purpose, brand, and culture.
- The seven essential stages of the employee life cycle to enhance the experience at each stage.
- How job satisfaction is affected by the quality of the relationship that an employee has with their manager, the clarity of their role, the value they bring to their team, the space and place where they work, and how their work affects their overall well-being.
- And more!
This webinar will provide valuable insights for:
- Physician owners
- And more!
About The Speaker:
CEO at Vance Thompson Vision
Principal/ Founder of Matt Jensen Marketing
Matt Jensen, CEO at Vance Thompson Vision in Sioux Falls, SD, and principal/founder of Matt Jensen Marketing, is a national columnist and international speaker on customer experience design in business and healthcare. His teams help create customer centric cultures and are rated amongst the best places to work in America. In addition to being one of only a handful of Certified Experience Economy Experts, he enjoys delighting customers, families, and friends by collecting experiences, not things. He spends his free time with his wife, Dr. Beth Jensen and his 3 girls on their hobby farm in rural South Dakota.