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Corporate Leaders, PGA Tour Winners, and HR Luminaries Highlight Make Work Better Summit
Betterworks Free Conference Must See for Leadership, HR and Management Professionals
By: MRB Public Relations, Inc.
The Make Work Better Summit will dive into how business flourishes when people flourish and the need for HR to serve as a strategic partner to the C-Suite. Organizations find themselves in another perfect storm — when hybrid or fully remote work makes strategic alignment challenging, the economy is possibly headed toward a recession, and yet, there
is a crushing talent shortage. It's crucial for employers to make sure they're focused on delivering employee-centered experiences and meeting their strategic business goals by aligning what employees need to perform and feel engaged with what business requires.
Summit participants will hear from business and sales leader, Ryan Estis, about how to shape human-centric leadership. Professional golfer Luke List will also share how a focus on his own development and how leading his support team helped fuel his golf career. In other sessions, attendees will gain insights into:
The Make Work Better Summit will be an action-packed day, kicking off at 9 a.m. PT until 1:30 p.m.
Participants can secure their spot and see the full agenda here (https://events.betterworks.com/
Founded in 2013, Betterworks develops best-in-class performance management solutions that enable exceptional results and put employee experience at the heart of how companies align, motivate, retain and develop their people. Unlike monolithic legacy HR technology, Betterworks' lightweight and enterprise-ready SaaS solutions for check-ins, feedback, employee engagement and recognition are built to scale for businesses of all sizes. Our customers' employees are proven more engaged and satisfied in their roles, which is why industry leaders like Colgate-Palmolive, Intuit, Udemy, Freddie Mac, Kroger,
Vertiv, and the University of Phoenix rely on Betterworks to manage and enable performance. Betterworks is backed by Kleiner Perkins, Emergence Capital, and John Doerr.
Learn more (https://www.betterworks.com/