Meaningfully engaging with the next generation of talent goes beyond creating a dynamic, socially appealing workplace. To reach and resonate with new talent, leadership must prioritize creating a workplace culture that fosters growth, creates meaningful work and encourages continued learning and development. To explore this, HRD Talk sits down with Judene Pretti, Director of the Work-Learn Institute at the University of Waterloo, and Maanasa Rajaguru, a third-year Honours English, Rhetoric, Media, and Professional Communication co-op student at the University of Waterloo, as they discuss current engagement trends and how organizations can better engage with young talent.
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In part three of this series presented by Workplace Safety & Prevention Services Tony Gareri, CEO, Roma Moulding, discusses his role as a CEO in transforming and maintaining a positive workplace culture. Tony discusses what leadership success looks like and how employees can be engaged for improved company culture and overall performance
In part two of this series presented by Workplace Safety & Prevention Services Dr. Bill Howatt, Chief of Research, The Conference Board of Canada shares his personal journey around mental health and resiliency--and importantly, discusses how CEOs and leadership can accommodate employees dealing with mental health concerns in order to thrive.
In part one of this series presented by Workplace Safety & Prevention Services, Bill Borger, CEO, Borger Group of Companies, discusses leadership and his company’s tradition of fostering a safety culture in the workplace that promotes employee safety and organizational success.