speaking that leaves a positive impact on workplace communication
Alissa’s Keynote Programs:
Be the Place the Best Employees Want to Work: 5 Skills Leaders Need to Humanize Your Workplace Through Real and Inclusive Conversations
In terms of creating the best possible workplace culture that we can. We want an environment where all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully, have equal access to opportunities and resources, and can fully contribute to the organization’s success.
From Gen Z to Boomers: The Ageless Challenge of Workplace Communication
At the end of the day, people are people with unique experiences and viewpoints. Let’s stop generation shaming! From “they’re too old to understand technology” to “all millennials are just lazy and don’t know a thing about loyalty.” Let’s get to know the people we work with by asking them questions about their experiences, communication preferences, and motivations. The more we get to know people as people, the better our work culture will be.
In this session, the audience will learn about companies who have successfully brought generations together and low-cost initiatives to start improving retention and engagement rates in their organizations.
Have A More Effective, Engaging Virtual Workplace: 7 Ways to Connect, Collaborate, and Better Communicate With Your Workforce Online
Our modern workplaces are rapidly changing. We are working across geographies and virtual platforms, and interacting in new spaces and through digital mediums. It’s a lot to navigate. And we need a new set of norms for how we establish rapport, build relationships, and improve communication in these new arenas.
You may be working with people across the globe, who you may never meet. Or perhaps you’re on a team that is completely remote. Or maybe your team works in the same physical space, but almost everything happens through email and instant message.
All of this can be difficult, and sometimes even feel a bit… unhuman. But it’s the reality of our future workplace, so we need to work on making it, well… a little more human. We all have a voice and an opportunity to create the culture we want for our teams, so embrace the new ways we can connect via technology and in person.
Alissa is also a firm believer in not only providing value during her keynote, but throughout the event and long after. It’s one thing to get the audience excited, but another to continue the excitement in the days, weeks, and months to come. To do this, she has worked with event planners and organizations to create additional experiences, including:
- Social media takeovers
- Live tweeting at the event
- Q and A before and after event
- Panel moderation
- Follow up concurrent session
- Articles for your industry magazine/journal/website